Valley Voices is one of KDNK's longest running public affairs shows. Tune in the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 4:30 pm for conversations about local, regional, national-and sometimes international-issues and events with host Amy Hadden Marsh.
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Valley Voices December 12, 2013
Carbondale's YouthEntity recently received a grant from the Daniels Fund for its financial literacy program. Today on Valley Voices we find out why the program is a success, and why smart money management begins in grade school.
Valley Voices November 14, 2013
Dasa Bausova of the Wyly Arts Center and author John Wyman join Amy Hadden Marsh today to talk about the Art of Winifred, a very unique exhibition at the Wyly.
Valley Voices October 24, 2013
Local skier and Olympic hopeful, Megan Olenick joins Amy Hadden Marsh on Valley Voices this afternoon
Valley Voices September 26, 2013
Today’s guest on Valley Voices is mountain climber, adventurer, and author Isabel Suppé. Suppé's book, Starry Night, tells the story of how she survived a horrific accident while climbing in Bolivia's Cordillera Real range and how it changed her life. Tune in for more at 4:30 right here on KDNK.
Valley Voices August 22, 2013
The Bureau of Reclamation recently announced that, due to low flows in the Colorado River, releases from Lake Powell to Lake Mead will be cut back in 2014. Today's Valley Voices features a conversation with regional director of the Bureau of Reclamation Larry Walkoviac about why this is happening and what it means for water users in Colorado.
Valley Voices August 8, 2013.
Rita Marsh on experiential education and the latest events from the Davi Nikent Center for Human Flourishing.
Valley Voices July 25, 2013
Roland McCook of the Uncompahgre band of the Northern Ute Tribe speaks with Amy about his repatriation efforts, his stint on an opera board, and his role in this year's Mountain Fair.
Valley Voices July 11, 2013
John Bruna, founder and director of the Way of Compassion Foundation, joins Amy Hadden Marsh for a conversation about mindfulness and living a meaningful life.
Valley Voices June 27, 2013
Wildlife Conservation Society biologist Andrea Turkalo has studied forest elephants in the Central African Republic for over two decades. Earlier this month, she narrowly escaped violent political unrest in the country. She joins Amy Hadden Marsh on this episode of Valley Voices to talk about elephants caught in the crossfire in sub-Saharan Africa.