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Dance Initiative Executive Director Peter Gilbert converses with The Sopris Sun's Megan Tackett and Will Grandbois about Yaa Samar! Dance Theatre, a transnational troupe spending a week in Carbondale with Dance Initiative for the company's first American residency.

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Sopris Sun editor Will Grandbois and Megan Tackett talk about recent Carbondale happenings and interview Thunder River Theatre Company's Corey Simpson about the current production: Arthur Miller's The Price.

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Sopris Sun editor William Grandbois and reporter Megan Tackett discuss stories from the latest issue, including Ski for Sisu, Roaring Fork High School senior Cal Brannigan's acceptance to Colorado's All State Choir, the Carbondale Clay Center's memorial fund for Angus Graham, and much more.

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Everything Under the Sun is a new weekly show hosted by Sopris Sun staff, highlighting content from the newest edition. Today's episode focuses on disaster alert systems, the local trustee race, the paper's annual fundraising movie night and so much more. Tune-in Thursdays at 4pm, only on KDNK!

KDNK is proud to announce the arrival of a new weekly program: Everything Under The Sun featuring staff and guests of The Sopris Sun, Carbondale's community supported, weekly newspaper. In today's show editor Will Grandbois and reported Megan Tackett join KDNK news director Raleigh Burleigh to talk about the Carbondale Board of TrusteesFire Chief Ron Leach, and the Benjamin Weeks trial. The show will return every Thursday at 4pm.

The Sopris Sun sponsors Humans vs. Vampires  from Friday, October 13th to Halloween, October 31. Special events earn human players bonuses and specials. The most proliferate vampire will be honored for all eternity. Participation is by donation. For more information, check The Sopris Sun.

RFHS journalism students discuss the importance of their school's newspaper, The Rampage which is published the 2nd Thursday of each month in the Sopris Sun.

KDNK's Local Newscast airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41 during Morning Edition.

The KDNK news department hosted a special Journalist Roundtable live broadcast on Sunday September 11th. Our guests in the studio were Brent Gardner-Smith from Aspen Journalism, Lynn Burton from The Sopris Sun and Ryan Hoffman from the Rifle Citizen-Telegram and the Post-Independent. We talked about the challenges we face in meeting the information needs of the valley, including a lack of Spanish speakers in our newsrooms, and a simple lack of funding and time to do investigative reporting. And we talked about the stories that need more coverage, for example we cover drug crime but rarely discuss treatment. Thanks again to our guests!

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