Amy Hadden Marsh

News Reporter & Public Affairs

Amy Hadden Marsh has been reporting for KDNK since 2005, beginning as a freelance reporter. She became the host of Valley Voices, a longtime public affairs show, in 2006. She graduated with honors from Regis University with a Masters degree in Investigative Journalism in 2011 and says, "If it weren't for KDNK, I wouldn't have gone to graduate school and changed careers to journalism." Amy was hired as a full-time reporter in 2014.

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Today's newscast features a conversation with Eagle County Commissioner Jill Ryan about the county's new Climate Action Plan.

This special edition features Enduring Addiction, an audio documentary by former KDNK reporter Ed Williams, who is now a public health reporter for KUNM in Albuquerque.  Ed talks more about the making of the documentary here.

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Ryan David Montoya was found Tuesday after surviving the storm earlier this week on Pyramid Peak. Independent journalist Hamilton Pevec goes behind the scenes to bring us a glimpse of Green is the New Black fashion show.  

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Today's newscast features KDNK's Weekly News Brief about Summit Midstream's pipeline problems  in Battlement Mesa, a proposed bill in the state legislature that could mean hefty fines for texting while driving, and Eric Galatas looks at where the money would come from if President Trump increases military spending by $54B.

Today's newscast features Wilderness Workshop Conservation Director Will Roush on Ryan Zinke as Interior Secretary. Congressman Scott Tipton on opioid abuse and the fate of Colorado pot laws under the Trump Administration.

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Today's newscast features Bente Birkeland about a Colorado Open Records bill. Basalt Chamber CEO Robin Waters has stepped down. Ladies Arm Wrasslin champ Ka-Pow waxes nostalgic, and KDNK News Intern Raleigh Burleigh continues his interview series, examining local immigration from an El Salvadoran perspective.

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KDNK's local newscast airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41, and again at 5:34 PM.

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KDNK's local newscast airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41, and again at 5:34 PM.

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Winona LaDuke, Native American activist and two-time vice-presidential candidate on the Green Party ticket, visited CMC's Vail Valley campus on February 21st. This is an unedited recording of her talk. Thanks to Beth Wysong for the audio.

KDNK's local newscast airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41, and again at 5:34 PM.

KDNK's local newscast airs weekdays at 6:41 and 7:41 and again at 5:34 PM.

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RFHS Model UN Club members Tavia Teitler, Rex Hamilton, and Jen Platero along with social studies teacher Matt Wells join host Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about the club and this year's March trip to the National Model UN Conference in the Big Apple.

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KDNK's local newscast airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41, and again at 5:34 PM.

Saturday Calendar

Feb 18, 2017

KDNK's Community Calendar is underwritten by Mt. Sopris Rotary Club, meeting every Thursday at noon at Mi Casita. Rotary: Service Above Self. Click here for more info.

KDNK's Community Calendar is underwritten by the Mt. Sopris Rotary Club, meeting every Thursday at noon at Mi Casita in Carbondale. Rotary: Service Above Self. Click here for more info.

KDNK's local news airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41 and again at 5:34 PM.

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KDNK's local newscast airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41 and at 5:34 PM.

Amelia Schafer, VP of Programs at the Alzheimer's Association of Colorado, talks to KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about the disease, caregiving, and support.

KDNK's local newscast airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41 and again at 5:34 PM.

Renowned indigenous activist and leader Winona LaDuke comes to CMC in Edwards on February 21st.  Click here for more information and tickets.

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KDNK's local newscast airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41 and again at 5:34 PM.

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On today's local newscast, Maura Masters talks about the next women's march in Carbondale this Saturday morning, in support of Planned Parenthood. Then, Aspen Times reporter Scott Condon talks about longtime fixture at the paper Su Lum, who died late last month. Eric Galatas reports that with more than half of the world's water supply filtered through mountains, climate change could make clean water harder to come by. And Roaring Fork School District is back open today after a threat discovered by the FBI did not materialize, thankfully.


A bipartisan study released Tuesday shows that most voters in the West could be at odds with Congress on public lands policy. Amy Hadden Marsh reports on findings from the Colorado College State of the Rockies project.

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KDNK's Community Calendar is underwritten by the Mt. Sopris Rotary Club, meeting every Thursday at noon at Mi Casita in Carbondale. Click here for more info.  Rotary: Service Above Self.  Click on headline to view calendar events.

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KDNK presents a Valley Voices special, featuring Beth Wysong, co-director of the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Project, who went to the Women's March on Washington, artist and professor Peggy Shaw of Champaign, Illinois who was in Chicago, plus clips from the Carbondale and Denver marches. Tune in and get inspired! Photos are by Roaring Fork Valley residents who rode 2 buses to the Denver March.

Independent filmmaker and podcaster Hamilton Pevec attended Saturday's march in Carbondale, which attracted close to 700 people, and talked to marchers about why they came out on a snowy morning and the significance of the demonstration. KDNK aired an edited version of this story on the January 24th local newscast.  Click here to listen to Pevec's "American Immigrant" podcast.

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KDNK's local newscast airs weekday mornings at 6:41 and 7:41, and again at 5:34 PM.

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KDNK had a presence at the Women's March on Denver, the March on Carbondale, and in DC. We'll have stories this week and more of a complete slide show as photos roll in. But, for now please enjoy a few tidbits from the Denver and Carbondale marches.

Bente Birkeland

On today's local newscast, KBUT's Chad Reich reports that NASA and the USFS are teaming up on a new project called Snow-Ex to provide snowpack data to water managers to help prepare for flood and drought. Then,  Bente Birkeland on Gov. Hickenlooper's State of the State address yesterday. Plus,  Amy Hadden Marsh reports from the Garfield County BOCC meeting this week that some local residents are still unhappy about the County Road 106 right-of-way through Colorado Rocky Mountain School.  

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Valley Voices airs the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at 4:30. This week's show features state Representative Bob Rankin and his wife Joyce Rankin, who is the vice-president of the Colorado State Board of Education.

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