Youth News Team Talks with AZYEP Founder Annemarie Zanca

The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program News Team interviews program founder Annemarie Zanca about the beginning of youth radio. Zanca also addresses questions about mental wellness and incorporating mindfulness into our every day.

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Thursday Community Calendar

3 hours ago
Helen Molesworth

Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, February 20th, underwritten by Basalt Regional Library, where community members will find a safe and welcoming space providing access to tools, programs, and information that nurture lifelong learning. For the list of today's events, like a Visiting Critic Lecture at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, click on the headline.



  Colorado State University and Garfield County are partnering to create a new 12,000 square-foot 'education center' in Rifle. The two-story building will feature a shooting range, and spaces for the community and 4H members to explore woodworking, metal fabrication, cooking, gardening, quilting, sewing, robotics, and more.


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Today's guest is Jillian Livingston. As author of Aspen Business Connect, Jillian produces networking events that connect brands with business professionals.

Whatever Gets Musical

17 hours ago

On this week's show, Cody Lee accepts his Bronco Babble prize and the gang indulges a musical interlude.

AZYEP News Team Discusses Mindfulness

Feb 18, 2020

The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program News Team Coordinator Adele Craft speaks with Amanda Petersen of FocusedKids about strategies for kids and families to incorporate mindfulness into their everyday lives.
Jesse Varner

After 13 hours of testimony, state lawmakers have rejected six bills from Republicans that were heavily criticized by members of the LGBTQ community. KDNK's Scott Franz has more.

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Lucia Ponce Campbell grew amidst the Nicaraguan Revolution and started teaching literacy classes when she was thirteen. Today she teaches young immigrant students English at Glenwood Springs Middle School. Tune in as she describes how she and valley residents help students learn English using their journey stories.

The Geeks talk "slide to type" and later Foreign Correspondent Donna calls in to talk about fire sticks and other jargon. Plus, we answer questions about Catalina and iTunes.

Weekly News Reel: February 10 - 14, 2020

Feb 15, 2020
Lucas Turner/KDNK

KDNK's Weekly News Reel takes a look at the week's top local and regional news stories aired on KDNK between Monday, February 10 and Friday, February 14. 

The Bureau of Land Management is considering changes to agency land-use planning, which could eliminate National Environmental Policy Act requirements from long-term planning regulations. There has been no formal announcement of a new rulemaking, but KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with Wilderness Workshop attorney Peter Hart about what these kinds of changes would mean for public lands protection.



Aspen Fire Department

Damaged Gas Meter Suspected Cause of Aspen Structure Fire

Fire officials in Aspen believe an explosion and subsequent fire Sunday morning was caused by a natural gas meter damaged by falling ice and snow. KDNK's Lucas Turner has more.

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Public Affairs Shows

Get Lit Reviews "The Tattooist of Auschwitz"

It's happy hour book club time on KDNK! Erin Go-Book and Ape on the Dink talk about The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris. Next month's book is The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. Read along and call in on March 9 to participate.

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Beloved Ski for Sisu Tradition Endures to Maintain Spring Gulch

Elliot Norquist, John Armstrong, Mark Clark and Matt Annabel hop on Express Yourself with Raleigh Burleigh to chat about the history of Spring Gulch skiing and the upcoming Ski for Sisu benefit for the Mount Sopris Nordic Council on Sunday, February 2.

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