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Monday, March 13, 2023

 Read's novel sits atop a stacked table in local bookstore, White River books.
Photo from White River Books social media
Read's novel sits atop a stacked table in local bookstore, White River books.

Reporter Hattison Rensberry brings listeners Monday's news, including: Glenwood Springs High Schoolers make their mark at the state Mock Trial competition. Governor Polis signs a post-conviction DNA testing bill, and Colorado Republicans used the midway mark of this year’s legislative session to try and score rhetorical points against the democratic majority. Habitat for Humanity organizes a solution-based summit for affordable housing; and while most of us are familiar with Blue Mesa Reservoir, most of us are also blissfully unaware of the murky, submerged history underneath its surface. One local author, brings that history into the light.

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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