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Friday, July 22, 2022

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Pitkin County Sheriff's Office/courtesy photo
Disgraced Mesa County elections official Tina Peters turned herself in after hours on Thursday night at the Pitkin County Sheriff's Department. Authorities released her about an hour later after she paid a $1,000 cash bond.

KDNK reporter Hattison Rensberry has the news, including a new method of getting to Denver for Roaring Fork Valley residents, right-wing election denier Tina Peters turning herself in to Pitkin County authorities on an outstanding warrant, and hot weather hampering river recreation on the Western Slope. Also, inflation may hit rural populations the hardest, conservation groups have big ideas about how wolf reintroduction should be handled, and Front Range impacts continue after 2021's historic Marshall Fire.

Hattison Rensberry grew up in Rifle, CO and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design and Drawing at the University of Northern Colorado. She comes to KDNK as reporter and host after working on the design-side of news for the past three years. Hattie does theater locally, photography, needlecrafts, and also provides Editorial Design for the Sopris Sun. Tea>Coffee
Morgan is KDNK's News Director. He comes to KDNK with public radio passion and experience. He was a news host, reporter, and opps guy at APR and also worked with Pitkin County for a couple of years. He says that getting back to public radio and reporting is where he wants to be.
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