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On Tuesday, October 14th the Glenwood Springs Chamber held it's annual Issues and Answers Forum to dicsuss the 2014 ballot questions and hear from candidates. On this page you'll find links to audio excerpts from the debate by topic and political race. (Note: Amendment 67 Definition of a Person and Child was not included.)
2014 State Ballot Information Booklet
Voter Precinct Maps
Governor John Hickenlooper and cabinet members, including Don Hunt of the Colorado Department of Transportation, visited Carbondale Beer Works during the Broncos game Sunday afternoon. After some introductory remarks, Hickenlooper and his entourage table-hopped to find out what was on patrons' minds this election season. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh was there and has this audio postcard.
Incumbant Garfiled County Commissioner Republican Tom Jankovsky and Democratic challenger Micheal Sullivan. Excerpt from the 2014 Glenwood Springs Chamber Issues and Answers Forum on October 14th.
Part 2 of the debate between incumbant Garfiled County Commissioner Republican Tom Jankovsky and Democratic challenger Micheal Sullivan. Excerpt from the 2014 Glenwood Springs Chamber Issues and Answers Forum on October 14th.
Garfield County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution Thursday night concerning natural gas drilling on the Roan Plateau, north of Rifle. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has more.
Water officials, researchers, ranchers, and others gathered in Grand Junction in September to talk about where agriculture fits into the statewide water plan and how to solve some of the most contentious issues facing water users in Colorado. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this report about how experts responded to one particular question.
KDNK News special feature about the 2015 Carbondale Budget with town manager Jay Harrington.
The local government budget cycles are in full swing this month. Mike Lemmer has this update from Garfield County.
KDNK Youth Reporter Noah Rowe-Gaddis interviews Glenwood Springs High School Principal Paul Freeman. This report is part of the KDNK News Team partnership with the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program.
Last week, KDNK News brought you voices from the climate change train as it passed through Glenwood Springs on the way to New York City. There they joined with over 300,000 others for the People’s Climate March on Sunday. Volunteer KDNK Correspondent Will Roush was on scene and captured the sentiment and sounds. Click here for more about the march as Roush talks about his experiences with Amy Hadden Marsh on the Weekly News Brief.