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This month on Immigrant Stories, hear from Chas and Marco Salmen, who grew up in the Roaring Fork Valley and went on to work as doctors at North Memorial Hospital in Minneapolis. Tune in as they reflect on working in medicine during the COVID pandemic and the death of George Floyd. This interview is in two parts. Click this post to hear both.

The City of Glenwood Springs

Last month the Colorado General Assembly approved Senate Bill 20B-001, designating $57 million in direct aid, grants, and fee waivers for small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Now the city of Glenwood Springs is accepting applications from local businesses to begin distributing those funds. KDNK’s Lucas Turner has more.

The Geeks

This month on Geekspeak, hosts plus foreign correspondant Donna talk about cryptocurrency, alternative messaging programs, VPN, and speakers.

Andy Zanca Youth News Team: Spring Semester Update

Jan 18, 2021

This week, we welcome back the Andy Zanca Youth News Team from Winter Break. Our student journalists speak to the most pressing issues of the day. You'll also hear an exclusive interview with Mountain Maes, who is now a freshman in high school and this show's production assistant.


Roaring Fork School District teachers are undergoing multiple shifts between virtual and in-person learning. Some teachers spoke out about what these transitions are like and how they think it will impact teachers long-term. KDNK's Halle Zander reports.

Neo Studio

Carbondale’s Planning & Zoning Committee held a meeting on January 14. The main event was a continued Major Site Plan Review of the controversial Carbondale Center Place, designed to replace the Sopris Shopping Center.

Local musicians, Lizzy Plotkin & Natalie Spears dropped by the KDNK studio to talk about their collaboration on the new album 'Just Over the Ridge'. Cody Lee chats with them about their musical background and how they met. Plus, they share a few live tunes!

Trump Impeached Again

Jan 13, 2021
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From CSPAN, here are remarks in order of presentation from Democratic Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette, Republican Lauren Boebert, Democratic California Congresswoman Maxine Waters, and Colorado Democrat Jason Crow.

Garfield County Public Library District

Garfield County Public Libraries recently announced a new policy: they’ve permanently eliminated charges for overdue materials. The Libraries’ new Collections Manager, Whitney Jordan, says that late fees can be a barrier for patrons. Studies show eliminating those fees increases library participation.

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White River National Forest Supervisor Scott Fitzwilliams briefs For Land's Sake host Bill Kight on the state of the forest. They touch on the difficulties of 2020, including high numbers of new visitors, the new shuttle system at Maroon Bells, and the Grizzly Creek Fire. They also talk about climate change, leadership, and other foci for the forest this new year.



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Peaceful Protest in Rifle Wednesday

As chaos in Washington DC was unfolding Wednesday, citizens gathered in western Garfield County to support the effort by some Republican legislators to block Electoral College results. KDNK's Halle Zander reports from Rifle, Colorado.

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Public Affairs Shows


Valley Voices: TUC Radio Remembers Western Shoshone Activist Carrie Dann

Western Shoshone activist Carrie Dann died in early January. She was a powerful, anti-nuclear and Native land rights voice.

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The Sopris Sun

Pianist Robin Sutherland Waxes with Megan on Express Yourself

Renowned pianist Robin Sutherland passed away on December 21, 2020. His last concert in the Roaring Fork Valley was a benefit for The Sopris Sun on August 12 at the Redstone Castle. He spoke with Megan Tackett on Express Yourself about his local ties and fondness for music.

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