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The Bureau of Land Management has released the scoping report, in preparation for a new environmental review of 65 oil and gas leases on the White River National Forest. Twenty-five of those leases are in the Thompson Divide Area. KDNK's January Jones has more. Click here to read the BLM report.
The Garfield County Library District Board of Directors met at the Carbondale Library on Thursday, February 5th to discuss firearms policy. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more.
Colorado Department of Education statistics show that reported drug incidents at Roaring Fork High School during the 2013/2014 school year were fewer than the previous year. The KDNK news team takes a look at those numbers and gets an inside perspective on marijuana and teens from principal Drew Adams. Look for more stories over the next few weeks about drug incidents in schools through a collaborative project with Rocky Mountain Community Radio Stations and Rocky Mountain I-PBS.
The Carbondale Town Trustees got an earful about noise levels at this week's meeting. On the agenda was approval of the 2015 town events and many people had something to say. KDNK's January Jones was there and has this report.
Carbondale has been through lots of changes over the last few years. The town planning department plays a key role in shaping what the town looks like. In this series of conversations, KDNK’s January Jones takes a closer look at what’s ahead with Planning Director Janet Buck. Click here to listen to the planning features.
State Representative Lori Saine from Colorado's 63rd District introduced a felony DUI bill into the state legislature last week. A similar bill failed last spring. But, Saine told KDNK's Amy HaddenMarsh that this year’s bill is different, and includes prevention measures, like extending the mandatory time frame for interlock devices, which keep cars from starting if the driver has been drinking.
In today’s feature, KDNK’s January Jones wraps up a conversation with Carbondale Planning Director Janet Buck about the Unified Development Code. Buck discusses module 2, which opens up changes to development rules in existing zoning districts.
President Obama’s Executive Orders on Immigration Reform makes significant changes to enforcement actions. In an interview with KDNK’s January Jones, immigration attorney Jennifer Smith explains the revised deportation priorities.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright made a return visit to Carbondale's Thunder River Theatre December 29th. And, despite the snowstorm, was welcomed by a standing-room-only crowd. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh sat down with Dr. Albright with questions about Cuba, U.S. strategy in the Middle East and other issues. Listen to the complete interview.
Colorado Department of Transportation closed Highway 24 into Leadville due to the second rockslide this year in the same place. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh reports that even though CDOT is patching the road, Leadville locals would like to see a more permanent fix.