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For this week’s KDNK News Brief, Gavin Dahl speaks with Sopris Sun reporter John Colson about the 2016 Congressional race to represent Carbondale and the rest of the 3rd district in Washington DC. Primary ballots must be returned by Tuesday June 28th.
On this week’s News Brief, Gavin Dahl speaks with Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reporter Charles Ashby about whether Governor Hickenlooper will call members of the General Assembly back to Denver for a special session.
For this week’s News Brief, KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh talks to Post Independent reporter Ryan Summerlin about the Navarette-Portillo murder trial in Glenwood Springs.
Colorado recently received an "F" for transparency from the Center for Public Integrity. For this week's News Brief, KDNK's Gavin Dahl asks Jeff Roberts, veteran journalist and director of the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition, about attempted progress on open records.
For this week's News Brief, graduating Roaring Fork High School seniors and editors-in-chief of the Rampage, Fiona Laird and Grace Brown, talk to KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about their time at the helm of the school's newspaper.
On KDNK’s weekly news brief, Gavin Dahl talks with reporter Kelsey Ray about The Invisible Plume, her investigation into coal methane, for The Colorado Independent. Arch Coal’s West Elk Mine outside Paonia is Colorado’s single biggest methane polluter. It spews more of the greenhouse gas each year than any other site.
On this week's News Brief, KDNK news director Gavin Dahl speaks to investigative journalist and Boulder Weekly editor Joel Dyer about his Society of Professional Journalists award-winning feature Behind the Curtain. Dyer provides context for the recent State Supreme Court decision repealing Longmont's fracking ban and the 5-year moratorium in Fort Collins. The entire extended interview is available here.
January Jones talks to new KDNK news director Gavin Dahl about high-speed Internet in Garfield County.
Garfield County Commissioners and other Colorado lawmakers support the proposed Jordan Cove natural gas liquefaction plant in Coos Bay, Oregon, and a pipeline that would connect Piceance Basin natural gas to Asian markets. The plan has been in various stages of approval for 12 years and has kicked up controversy from the coast to Colorado. Silt blogger Peggy Tibbetts, author of From the Styx, has been following the issue and for this week's News Brief, she talks to KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh.
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For this week's News Brief, KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh talks to Ryan Hoffman, editor of the Rifle Citizen Telegram, for an update on local air quality studies.