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Rocky Mountain Community Radio is a coalition of non-commercial radio stations in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Member stations broadcast diverse news and music programming. We gather for an annual conference at rotating host stations.
  •  Supporters pose for a photo with candidate Adam Frisch at Trinidad Smokehouse on May 6, 2022.
    Adam for Colorado campaign
    Adam Frisch is one of three Democrats on the June primary ballot for the Third Congressional District hoping to challenge Republican Lauren Boebert in the November election. Over the weekend he kicked off his Beat Boebert BBQ Tour with stops at nearly a dozen restaurants from Pueblo to Grand Junction. Unfortunately, tensions arose at a variety of stops, with a law enforcement response necessary in Trinidad. Visits to Pueblo, Montrose, and Grand Junction were moved after restaurants allegedly received threats from Boebert supporters. Sarah Shook is campaign manager for candidate Adam Frisch. She spoke to Rocky Mountain Community Radio's Gavin Dahl.
  • Aspen Highlands ski patrol director Lori Spence and her avalanche dog, Meka, stand in front of the patrol hut at the top of Loge lift. Spence was first hired by longtime Aspen Highlands ski patrol director Mac Smith in 1985, and she became the first woman to lead patrol at the mountain after Smith retired last year.
    Eleanor Bennett
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    Aspen Public Radio
    Lori Spence is the first woman to be director of the Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol and the second woman to be hired by Aspen Skiing Co. as a patrol director at any of its four ski areas. Prior to Highlands closing for the season on April 10th, Rocky Mountain Community Radio's Eleanor Bennett spent a day with Spence and her avalanche dog, Meka, as she approached the end of her first full season in the new position.