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Aspen Journalism's Bob Ward talks with KDNK's January Jones about the state of education in the Roaring Fork Valley. Eye on Crime features Rifle PD.
This week’s News Brief features Amy Hadden Marsh and Chad Abraham, reporter for the Aspen Daily News speaking about a case of a repeat DUI offender in Aspen. KDNK’s Eye on Crime looks at new Colorado State Patrol data on marijuana related DUI's.
KDNK's January Jones and Sopris Sun editor Lynn Burton look back at Carbondale 2014. Eye on Crime focuses on Aspen PD.
For this week's News Brief, Amy Hadden Marsh talks with Dr. Carrie Hauser, president and CEO of Colorado Mountain College, about President Obama's tuition-free, community college initiative. KDNK's Eye on Crime takes a look at Glenwood Springs.
For this week’s news brief, January Jones talks about hot issues for Glenwood Springs in 2015 with Randy Essex and Amy Hadden Marsh has her eye on crime with news from the Carbondale Police Department.
Between 2011 and 2013, Garfield County saw a drop in sheriff deputy calls, investigated casesand the amount of tickets issued by deputies. For this week's News Brief, KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh and Walt Stowe of the Garfield County Sheriff's Department talk about crime in the county.
On this week's News Brief, Aspen Journalism's Brent Gardner-Smith gives his take on the state water plan.
John Stroud of the Glenwood Springs Post Independent speaks with KDNK's January Jones about his recent article detailing Garfield County's efforts at air quality monitoring.
President Obama's executive orders on immigration reform could dramatically change the daily lives of millions of people nationwide and thousands right here in the Roaring Fork Valley.The dialog in the media has a huge impact on people's perceptions and it can be dehumanizing. Local immigration attorney Jennifer Smith speaks about how to make that conversation productive.
Governor John Hickenlooper has apologized on behalf of the state of Colorado for the Sand Creek Massacre of mostly women, children and elderly Cheyenne and Arapaho by U.S. Calvary soldiers in what is now Kiowa County. Bente Birkeland was at the memorial and we’ll have a conversation about her experience covering the event for the Weekly News Brief.