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          Solar Bills Package Signed by Polis Part of Effort to “Democratize” Renewable Energy

          The Governor signed seven clean energy bills into law last week. One measure could help people who can't install solar panels, either because they rent or can't afford it, by allowing them to invest in community solar gardens. KDNK spoke with David Amster-Olszewski, CEO of Sunshare, about leveling the solar panel playing field.

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          It's no surprise that Pitkin County has the highest rate of working people in the state who do not earn enough income to pay their bills. And, according to Colorado Department of Labor data, Garfield and Eagle counties are among those that come in second. These figures were presented to Pitkin County commissioners Tuesday. For this week's News Brief, KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh talks to Aspen Daily News reporter Alycin Bektesh to find out more about something called the Self-Sufficiency Standard.

          Robert Egger

          Host Gwen Garcelon shares Part 2 of a conversation recorded with visionary social entrepreneur Robert Egger in 2009. Part 1 of this conversation is available here.

          Thursday Community Calendar

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          Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, June 6th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, offering Cerveza Sopris Mexican Lager in partnership with Roaring Fork Beer Company. For the list of today's events, like The Wheeler Opera House's Bauhaus Ball, click on the headline.

          At least 11 climbers died on Mount Everest last month, including two Americans in pursuit of joining the Seven Summits Club, a select group of roughly 500 people worldwide who have climbed the tallest peaks on every continent. Everest was the final summit for both Christopher Kulish and Donald Cash. Each died on his descent.

          Raleigh Burleigh

          KDNK Seeks News Director

          KDNK’s mission is to provide public access radio that connects community members to one another and the world. Based in Carbondale, Colorado, KDNK reaches thousands of listeners across nine FM signals and online. We have built a reputation for funky vitality with over 100 volunteer DJs. We are a valued source for news, culture, emergency information, weather, road conditions, ski reports, river reports, lost and found pet reports, and community calendar listings.


          KDNK seeks an experienced journalist, open to risk-taking and innovation, who will lead editorial decision making and digital content strategy. Are you ready to get to work amplifying local voices and evoking a strong sense of place? As News Director, you will produce daily broadcast news on deadline and lead investigative coverage to make meaningful impact.


          KDNK’s News Director reports to the General Manager, sharing station operation duties with the Program Director, Music Director, Development Director, and Underwriting Manager. Adult and youth volunteers, freelance reporters, and paid hosts all count on your leadership. Strong teamwork is essential as all staff members share customer service and event staffing duties.

          Reviving Ophelia Still Relevant After 25 Years

          Jun 4, 2019

          The book Reviving Ophelia, first published in 1994, changed the national conversation about how American culture damages adolescent girls. Now, 25 years later, author Mary Pipher, PhD and her daughter Sara Pipher Gilliam have rewritten the book to reflect 21st century cultural impacts. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh recently spoke with the authors. In this clip, they talk about why the title of the book and its relevance 25 years later.

          Challenges threatening the upcoming 2020 census could put more than 4 million people at risk of being undercounted in next year's national head count, according to new projections by the Urban Institute.

          MacBooks have a history of being challenging to fix, especially the ones with glued-in batteries! Donna calls to affirm this and The Geeks respond by acknowledging that some Macs don't seem to ever die. This evolves into a thoughtful discussion of the Right to Repair Movement.

          Gavin Dahl / KDNK

          Bob's Free Music Calendar is ready for summer. You can view or download here. There are so many amazing shows totally 100% free in June, July, and August from Aspen to Carbondale to Vail including The Dendrites live at 4th street plaza on Friday, August 16th for the KDNK Hoot.?

          Rylan Jack's Story

          Rylan loves looking for deer and elk, running, jumping, climbing and watching movies like Moana, Trolls, and Storks. He has autism and a sensory processing disorder. He is a non-verbal 3-year-old that his mom Kayla describes as “the most pure human being.” Kayla can’t imagine life without this vivacious child who has in her words “…taught us so much about love, acceptance, and kindness.”



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          Colorado AG Weiser on Mueller Report: "It Has to Be Investigated"

          Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, in the Roaring Fork Valley Friday to participate in a panel discussion, stopped by the KDNK studios to talk about the Mueller Report, the state's defense of the Affordable Care Act, and what he learned while clerking for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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          Endurance Runner Scott Ormond Gives Advice for Perseverance on A Weight Off Your Shoulders

          Scott Ormond completed the Leadville 100, a high elevation ultra marathon, in 2013. He shares with Ed Troy about how he trained for that experience.

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