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  • Lucas Turner

    Two Protests March and Make Noise on Juneteenth in Rifle Colorado

    Last Friday marked the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, the effective end of slavery in the United States. To celebrate the occasion residents from the Colorado River and Roaring Fork Valleys gathered in Rifle Colorado to speak out against police brutality and systemic racism. They were met there by another group of protestors. KDNKs Lucas Turner reports. Click the image for more photos from Friday's demonstrations.

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    KDNK's Weekly News Reel takes a look at the week's top local and regional news stories aired on KDNK between Monday and Friday. This week’s news included protests in Rifle and Paonia, COVID-19 spikes in Garfield, Eagle, and Pitkin counties, and more.

    Full Ecology, with permission

    Author Gary Ferguson and Dr. Mary Clare talk about Ferguson's new book The 8 Master Lessons of Nature and their joint venture Full Ecology.

    Trump Nominates Pendley to Lead Bureau of Land Management

    Jun 26, 2020
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    William Perry Pendley has been acting director of the agency for close to a year. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more.

    Jennifer Johnson calls herself a song and dance girl, but she is an inspiration to kids and adults alike. Here she speaks with Luke Nestler on Express Yourself about conducting a Sing Camp during quarantine, creating compelling radio theatre with very motivated kids, and how she has found her creativity and her positivity during this difficult time.

    Reina Katzenberger and Andrew Roberts-Gray were selected to create a mural at the entryway of the new City Marked in Carbondale. Here the two artists describe their work and what's behind it with KDNK's Abby Gierke.

    Kathleen Shannon

    The Carbondale Pool and Rec Center have both reopened this month, though there’s been some rearranging due to COVID-19. KDNK’s Kathleen Shannon visited both facilities to learn more. Here's Community Center and Recreation Programs Manager Jessi Rochel.

    350 Colorado

    On Wednesday, June 24, 350 Colorado hosted a webinar to discuss trends in regenerative agriculture with researchers Nicole Civita of the University of Colorado Boulder and Dr. Dawn Thilmany of Colorado State University. Wendy Peters Moschetti, director of strategic initiatives for LiveWell Colorado, also spoke about her organization's rebranding and the Colorado Farm and Food System Response Team.

    For his final Booked program on KDNK, station manager Gavin Dahl thanks 50+ guests on the program over the past year, and speaks with KZMU Moab station manager Serah Mead about serving the public during a pandemic, new music discovery, and the uniqueness of freeform radio.


    More than 900,000 Colorado workers soon will have access to a retirement savings plan through their workplace. Senate Bill 200 recently cleared the Colorado Legislature. Kelli Fritts, associate state director of advocacy for AARP Colorado, said the measure will help the state avoid what she called a retirement crisis.


    Garfield County health officials have seen a spike in new cases of COVID-19? in the past week, which could put the County’s variance from the state in jeopardy. The county is now at 244 cases since the pandemic began, with 44 diagnosed between June 8th and the 21st.



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    Rifle Protest Brings Attention to Systemic Racism

    The City of Rifle saw an unusual amount of activity on its main thoroughfare Friday afternoon as two groups of protesters made their voices heard. Here are some of the sounds from the demonstrations. Tune in later this week for more on the story.

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    Public Affairs Shows

    John Goodwin Reflects on the Importance of Community-Centered Police Work

    John Goodwin is a career peace officer and retired professor of Criminal Justice at Colorado Mountain College. John reflects on his life, the death of George Floyd and the importance of community centered police work.

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    Darrell Scott Sings Hank Williams and Jake Blount Sings Old Timey Spider Tales

    Music Director Cody Lee sat down with Luke Nestler on Express Yourself to talk about two accomplished album releases from Jake Blount and Darrell Scott, a rookie and an old pro. Both are worth listening to, and here Cody and Luke tell you why.

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