This week's News Brief features John Stroud from the Glenwood Springs Post Independent.
KDNK's January Jones talks to Glenwood Springs Post Independent reporter John Stroud for this week's News Brief.
Montana writer Hal Herring calls himself a "nature-obsessed, gun-soaked malcontent" in his cover story for the current issue of High Country News. He traveled to Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, looking for conversations with kindred spirits. But, that's not exactly what he found. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh talks to Herring about what happened for this week's Sounds of the High Country. Find Herring's story here. Listen to the full Valley Voices interview here.
Around 6 PM Tuesday, March 29, Carbondale Police responded to a report of an armed robbery at Gloria's Boutique at 587 Highway 133 and are still looking for the suspect, described as a thin, Hispanic male of unknown age, 5'4" to 5'6" tall, with black hair. He was armed with a handgun and fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of money. There were no injuries. He was last seen wearing a grey hoodie and ski mask. But, according to the Carbondale PD, the ski mask has been found and sent to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation for analysis. Anyone with information about this crime can contact the Carbondale Police at 963-2662.
The Glenwood Springs Library hosts a Prom Dress Giveaway today from 4 - 7 PM and Saturday, April 2, frm 1 - 4 PM. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more about the dresses and why they're free. The Parachute Library hosts a giveaway on Monday, April 11 at 2 PM. Dress donations are accepted until Friday, April 1, at 5 PM. Click here for more.
Election day in Carbondale is just about a week away. Monday afternoon, KDNK’s January Jones spoke with Carbondale’s Town Clerk Cathy Derby for an update on voting.
Work in Glenwood Canyon along I-70 continues as the CDOT recovers from road from damage done by rockslides in February. KDNK’s January Jones spoke with CDOT spokesperson Tracy Truelove for an update yesterday afternoon.
Carbondale voters decide on April 5 if they will accept a climate excise tax on utility bills. At last week's Carbondale Town Trustee Candidate Forum, the question to each candidate was simple: Why should Carbondale vote against or in favor of this tax? Listen to the answers, beginning with candidate Patricia Warman. The entire Candidate Forum is at kdnk.org.
During the Carbondale Town Trustee Candidate forum, hosted by the Carbondale Chamber of Commerce, the Sopris Sun and KDNK on March 15th, the eight people running for the 3 at large seats were asked what they thought about affordable housing issues in Carbondale. Here are their unedited responses. Hear the entire candidate forum at kdnk.org. Ballots in the Carbondale election are due April 5th.
Eight candidates are running for three seats on the Carbondale Board of Town Trustees. Click here to listen to the March 15th candidate forum, hosted by the Carbondale Chamber, the Sopris Sun, and KDNK. Election Day in Carbondale is Tuesday, April 5.