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Thursday, January 19, 2023

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News reporter Hattison Rensberry brings listeners Thursday’s news including: the Sierra Club says a coal mine on the other side of McClure Pass is being operated without a permit – and is a serious emitter of potent greenhouse gasses. Also, school meal debt in the Rifle-based R E 2 district continues to climb and national support for the mineral withdrawal of Thompson Divide. Additionally, CMC's Board of Trustees is now award-winning, and the federal government has been looking for solutions to the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous people, but progress has been slow.

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
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