Amy Hadden Marsh

News Director

Amy Hadden Marsh has been reporting for KDNK since 2005. She became the host of Valley Voices, a longtime public affairs show, in 2006. She graduated with honors from Regis University with a Masters degree in Investigative Journalism in 2011 and says, "If it weren't for KDNK, I wouldn't have gone to graduate school and changed careers to journalism." 

Amy was promoted to News Director on August 1, 2020.


Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk, former head councilwoman of the Ute Mountain Ute Nation, former co-chair of the Inter-Tribal Coalition on Bears Ears, and now cross-culture program manager for the Montezuma Land Conservancy, talks with Amy Hadden Marsh about the recent restoration of the boundaries of Bears Ears National Monument.

Hunting season is here and people in orange will head into the woods with guns, starting Saturday, 10/16. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh asked David Boyd, of the White River National Forest, for some backcountry tips.

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The Bald Eagles and their habitat along the Roaring Fork River in Aspen Glen scored a victory on Monday, October 11. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has more from the Garfield County Commission's public hearing



A buffer zone to protect bald eagles in Aspen Glen is the topic of a public hearing in front of Garco Commissioners Monday, October 11. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh talks to ecologist Dee Malone about why the buffer needs to stay.


350 Roaring Fork is making its presence known with petitions and letters to local governments, urging them to divest from fossil fuels. The group has also started what it hopes will become a weekly climate change protest in Carbondale.

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Colorado is a big step closer to having a new congressional district layout after a politically diverse committee agreed on a map late Tuesday night. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this update.

350 Roaring Fork is hosting two rallies Friday - at GWS City Hall at noon and Carbondale Town Hall at 2 - to encourage local municipalities to divest from the fossil fuel industry. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with organizer Will Hodges about the issue and why the rallys.

  

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Two structure fires over the weekend burned buildings in Carbondale and Glenwood Springs. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this report. 

Earlier this month, KDNK collaborated with the Aspen Daily News to cover the Bureau of Land Management’s Sandwash Basin Wild Horse roundup west of Craig. For this week’s News Brief, ADN editor-in-chief Megan Tackett talks to reporter Megan Webber and KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh about the experience and the issue.

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The Bureau of Land Management's controversial Sandwash Basin mustang roundup has come to an end except for horses outside the boundaries of the herd management area. Delia Malone of the  Sierra Club and Eric Molvar of Western Watersheds Project talk about why the groups are against it.

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Carbondale Town Manager Jay Harrington is taking a new job in Steamboat Springs as Routt County Manager. He sat down with KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about his work over the past 10 years. You can listen to the full interview here.

Carbondale’s Comprehensive Plan update will guide town land use decisions, and more for years to come. At a recent community meeting, local Anne Krimmer shared some thoughts with KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh. Find more on the Comp Plan by clicking here.

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Glenwood Springs is considering two possible ballot questions that would tax attractions and raise the accommodation tax within city limits. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with Mayor Jonathan Godes.

  

Carbondale’s Comprehensive Plan update will guide town land use decisions, transportation and more for years to come. At a recent community meeting, former Carbondale Mayor Michael Hassig shared some thoughts with KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh. You can find more on the Comp Plan by clicking here

Glenwood Springs is considering two possible ballot questions that would tax attractions and raise the accommodation tax within city limits. Council will take public comment and make a decision on Sept. 2. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with Mayor Jonathan Godes.

Carbondale’s Comprehensive Plan update will guide town land use decisions and more for years to come. At a recent community meeting, 33-year old Garrett Larimer shared a few ideas with KDNK. 

Carbondale’s Comprehensive Plan update will guide town land use decisions, transportation and more for years to come. But, at a recent meeting, attendees, including Niki Delsen with CAFCI, said outreach so far has been lacking.

  


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Cottonwood Pass has become a popular (unofficial) alternative to long detours around Glenwood Canyon when I70 is closed. But, it’s a dangerous, narrow road and it’s taken the recent long-term canyon closure for county, state, and federal governments to pay attention. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.

Aaron Taylor, director of Carbondale's Way of Compassion Foundation, talks about the 4th Annual Compassion Film Festival, opening Friday August 13.


Friday night, August 6, was action-packed for 21 passengers aboard a Greyhound bus headed to the Flat Tops. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.

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The late Northern Ute elder Clifford Duncan, friend to many in the Roaring Fork watershed, lived in Roosevelt, UT. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh traveled there in January, 2010 and brought back this conversation.

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