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The U.S. Interior Department has taken steps to restrict public records requests allowed through the Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA. The proposal would allow the agency to deny requests that it deems "burdensome" or "vague," and officials at the agency say it's necessary because FOIA requests are bogging down the department's work.

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As the 2019 music starts flowing back into KDNK, DJ Cody Lee lists his favorite albums of 2018 not to be missed.

đăng ký nhận tiền cược miễn phí 2019

Pearl & Wood Live @ KDNK

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Pearl & Wood chat with Cody Lee about their upcoming EP release @ Steve's Guitars and play a few songs.

KDNK's next Board of Directors meeting is Monday, January 21st at 5:30pm at KDNK 76 South 2nd Street. Meetings are open to the public. The agenda is posted in the front hall of the station and available here.?

Sen. Chris Holbert is adapting to life in Colorado's legislative minority.

"We will have our say but not our way," he said in a speech on Jan. 4, the opening day of the session. "We have the voice, but not the votes."

So how does a lawmaker without the votes approach his job? Here are three takeaways from KUNC's interview with the Republican minority leader the day before the session gaveled in.

On Everything Under the Sun for Thursday, January 10, host Will Grandbois talks with representatives of Sunlight Mountain Resort and Carbondale Parks & Recreation about winter sports and various snow-centered events coming to the area. Hear archived episodes of Everything Under the Sun.

Aspen Times Anna Stonehouse

Here’s your community calendar for Monday January 14th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine inviting you to visit their newly renovated and expanded 12,000 square foot space on the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale and announcing the official SLW beer, Cerveza Sopris Mexican Lager offered in partnership with Roaring Fork Beer Company. ?For a list of today's events like Thug Yoga at Aspen Shakti follow the headline...

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In sunny southwest Colorado, the potential for solar energy looks inviting to homeowners interested in realizing long-term savings. But that investment comes with a large cost: installation. Hiring a crew can double initial expenses and diminish the overall return for prospective solar energy users. One Durango-based group wants to improve solar accessibility by eliminating that cost. KSJD’s Daniel Rayzel reports from the roof of a Cortez home filled with 21st-century barn raisers. He filed this report at part of the Western Slope Resources Reporting project.

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Liz Forster is a reporter for the Colorado Springs Gazette and for this week’s News Brief, she talks to KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh about her recent multi-media piece on women at Colorado’s San Juan Ranch. Here, Forster talks about her approach to the story.

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Democrats applauded as Gov. Jared Polis outlined his administration's priorities in his first State of the State Thursday. He touched on topics from full-day kindergarten funding to paid family leave and oil and gas development.

But the governor's address was criticized by Republicans for its lack of specifics on where all the money for his agenda will come from.




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đăng ký nhận tiền cược miễn phí 2019Gov. Polis Lays Out His Agenda: Containing Health-Care Costs, Renewable Energy, and More

Jared Polis addressed lawmakers for the first time as Colorado Governor Thursday. His State of the State Address, delivered before a Democratic majority of legislators, lasted about 55 minutes. In it, he said the state of Colorado is solid, strong, and successful. But he also said it was time to address education and the high cost of living and health care, particularly in mountain communities. Hear the State of the State Address in its entirety .

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Colorado Creative Corridor

Colorado Creative Corridor Receives $25,000 from Colorado Tourism Office

Carbondale Arts Executive Director Amy Kimberly shares about the Colorado Creative Corridor which received $25,000 for a second year from the Colorado Tourism Office to promote Carbondale, Paonia, Crested Butte, Ridgway and Salida as tourism destinations.

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