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 February 14, 2013
Mile High Medium and medical intuitive Michelle Houchens and musician Matthew Moon join Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about creating music from the heart.
Valley Voices January 24, 2013
New Castle beekeeper Ed Colby joins Amy Hadden Marsh today on Valley Voices to talk about bee-keeping in the Roaring Fork and Colorado River Valleys.
Valley Voices January 10, 2013
Jessica Metcalf, a biologist who is responsible for finding an pure strain of ancient greenback trout near Colorado Springs
Valley Voices September 13, 2012
A proposal to give a fourth of a percent sales tax to preserving open space in Garfield County will be on November's ballot. On this episode Glenwood Springs residents Martha Cochran and Mary Noone about Proposition 1-A.
Valley Voices August 30, 2012
Paula Stepp on elections
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.
Valley Voices August 2, 2012
Zane Kessler of the Thompson Divide Coalition
Valley Voices July 19, 2012
On this week's episode Journalist Brent Gardner-Smith joins Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about phantom dams and the potential Maroon Creek and Castle Creek reservoirs
Valley Voices July 5, 2012
A conversation with Theatre Aspen and Hudson Reed Ensemble founder, Kent Hudson Reed, who takes the stage next week in Carbondale as Hollywood legend, John Barrymore.
Valley Voices June 21, 2012
Policy-makers, scientists, and others gather in Aspen next week to talk about the state of our national forests. On this episode John Bennett and Allyn Harvey join Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about the state of our forests and the upcoming Forests At Risk Symposium.