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Reporter Amy Hadden Marsh speaks to Carbondale town manager Jay Harrington about potential new regulations on short-term rentals.
News director Gavin Dahl reports from a Tri-County Food Insecurity meeting earlier this week. 1 in 5 children in the area don't know where their next meal will come from. Nan Sundeen, director of Pitkin County Health and Human Services, explains how dozens of area social service groups are teaming up to fight hunger.
Dr. Diana Sirko is nearing the end of her time as superintendent of Roaring Fork School District. She stopped by KDNK and Gavin Dahl asked her about her career and future plans, as well as teacher housing, solar power, and the district's next boss, Dr. Rob Stein.
AARP Colorado's Kelli Fritts speaks to KDNK's Gavin Dahl about their biggest battles of the 2016 legislative session, including an attempt by phone and cable companies to deregulate essential 911 services. AARP Colorado represents more than 650,000 residents over the age of 50.
Garfield County Commissioners are looking at options for expanding access to high speed Internet. KDNK News Director Gavin Dahl has this update from the Garfield BOCC work session on May 3rd.
Saturday, April 30, is Carbondale's annual Spring Cleanup and Waste Diversion Day - 8 AM to 4 PM across from Town Hall. KDNK spoke with Julia Farwell, chair of the town Environmental Board. Here, she begins with what kinds of waste will be collected. More information at carbondalegov.org.
Three new Carbondale Town Trustees were sworn into office last week. That means three are stepping down. KDNK presents conversations with two of the out-going trio about their time in office. Click here for John Hoffman. Click here for Allyn Harvey.
A fire that torched a house up County Road 117, south of Glenwood Springs, on Monday may have been caused by smoking. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh reports.
Amy Goodman spoke to a full house Saturday at the Carbondale Library. Here she talks about the beginnings of independent media. Click here to listen to Goodman's talk in its entirety.
The 160-acre proposed River Edge development between Glenwood Springs and Carbondale, formerly known as Sanders Ranch, Bair Chase, and Cattle Creek Crossing, was dealt a blow this week by Garfield County Commissioners. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh reports.