KDNK Programs: Valley Voices

Valley Voices is one of KDNK's longest running public affairs shows. Tune in the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 4:30 pm for conversations about local, regional, national-and sometimes international-issues and events with host Amy Hadden Marsh.

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Valley Voices April 11, 2013

Amy Hadden Marsh talks with the Glenwood Lions Club about the organizations' annual Donkey Basketball fundraiser, and how the Lions help people with impaired vision all over the world.
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Valley Voices April 12, 2012

Valley Voices April 12, 2012

Two local students, Emily Eason and Zamina Mulally, the founder of Mission: Wolf Kent Weber, and Lori Ventimiglia of Sol Tribe join host Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about wolves. Mission: Wolf brings live wolves to the Thunder River Theatre on Friday, April 20 at 7pm. Seating is limited, so plan to arrive early.
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Valley Voices April 19

Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers
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Valley Voices April 24, 2014

Host Amy Hadden Marsh and CCAH director Amy Kimberly will talk about the Carbondale Creative Plan.
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Valley Voices April 25, 2013

A special one hour version of Valley Voices honoring Crime Victim Awareness Week.
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Valley Voices April 26, 2012

Roaring Fork Valley educator and polar explorer Suzy Ellison
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Valley Voices August 14, 2014

This week on Valley Voices, Dave Reed and Lucy Kessler come by KDNK to talk about the Roaring Fork Citizens Climate Lobby.
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Valley Voices August 16, 2012

Bo Webb, sixth-generation resident of West Virginia's Coal River Valley and member of Coal River Mountain Watch, talks about the legislation and current efforts to stop mountaintop removal coal mining.
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Valley Voices August 2, 2012

Zane Kessler of the Thompson Divide Coalition
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Valley Voices August 22, 2013

The Bureau of Reclamation recently announced that, due to low flows in the Colorado River, releases from Lake Powell to Lake Mead will be cut back in 2014. Today's Valley Voices features a conversation with regional director of the Bureau of Reclamation Larry Walkoviac about why this is happening and what it means for water users in Colorado.
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