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On the weekly News Brief, January Jones speaks with John Stroud of the Post Independent about the Glenwood Springs City Council.
For this week’s News Brief, KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh talks to Rifle Citizen Telegram editor Ryan Hoffman about his article on the state’s brand new Oil and Gas Health Information and Response Program- which he says could be redundant here in Garfield County.
Last Friday, a gunman killed three people and wounded others who were in and around a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs. After a standoff inside the clinic, Robert Dear of Hartsel, Colorado surrendered to police. KRCC is a partner station with KDNK in the Rocky Mountain Community Radio Network. For this week’s News Brief, January Jones speaks with KRCC News Director Andrea Chalfin about how the community is dealing with the aftermath.
KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh talks to Scott Condon of the Aspen Times about proposed development from Basalt to Glenwood Springs.
This week's News Brief features Glenwood Springs Post Independent reporter John Stroud and an update on the GWS City Council with KDNK's January Jones.
This week's News Brief features a conversation with Aspen Journalism's Brent Gardner-Smith about the state water plan as it heads to the Governor's desk.
The Garfield County Commissioners decision to defund the Planned Parenthood Glenwood Springs Health Center Monday prompted public outcry and a godfundme campaign, which surpassed its goal of $15,000 Friday. KDNK has been following the story and for this week's News Brief, January Jones and Amy Hadden Marsh talk details.
According to a recent series in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, in 2010, TRIDENT made 65 narcotics arrests and seized 81 grams of meth. In 2014, arrests totaled 77 and police seized over 4,500 grams of the drug. Heroin busts were unheard of in 2012. But, so far this year, police have seized 61 grams of it. Post Independent reporter Will Grandbois and Rifle Citizen Telegram editor Ryan Hoffman wrote the series and join KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh for this week's News Brief. Here, they talk about obstacles facing Garco's efforts to control the problem and help those who are addicted to the drugs. Find the stories here and here.
Election day is coming up on November 3rd. On this week's News Brief we hear from Curtis Wackerle, Editor of the Aspen Daily News. He spoke with KDNK’s January Jones about the ballot questions that Aspenites are voting on, including the Base 2 project.
Five ballot questions face Leadville and Lake County voters this November. Two have to do with telecom issues, one is a marijuana tax, and this week's News Brief takes a look at two more that would increase property taxes to fund an ambulance and a hospital in Leadville. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with Leadville Herald-Democrat editor Marcia Martinek to find out more.