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    KDNK: Forever young

    “If you don’t go to prom, you’ll miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity.” Does anyone remember their parents saying that? Well, KDNK has proved them wrong by providing that unexpected second chance.

    KDNK members and nonmembers alike converged at The Arts Campus at Willits on Saturday, May… read more →

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    KDNK launches Thrift Shop Prom, its newest event

    Was prom all you thought it was cracked up to be? Looking to relive those glorious and perhaps awkward teenage moments? Perhaps you wouldn’t change a thing. Either way, there’s good news. KDNK is inviting you to a prom-themed fundraiser.

    That’s right, The Arts Center at Willits (TACAW) will host… read more →

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    Amy Kimberly prepares for ‘rewirement’

    Amy Kimberly is perhaps the best-known member of Carbondale’s eclectic community. She has been instrumental in carrying forth the Mountain Fair tradition since 2004, and her role as executive director of Carbondale Arts brought fresh zeal into the organization. In 2019, she was honored with the Governor’s Creative Leadership Award… read more →

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    Carbondale Trustee Candidate Forum archive

    On March 16,  The Sopris Sun and KDNK hosted a roundtable dialogue with Carbondale’s eight candidates for the Board of Town Trustees and one mayoral candidate.

    Review the audio here.… read more →

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    Meet the trustee candidates

    On April 5, Carbondale residents will have elected three candidates to serve four-year terms on the Board of Town Trustees. Additionally, current trustee Ben Bohmfalk is running unopposed for the mayoral seat. Materials submitted by the nine candidates have been edited for length. Learn more about each one at the… read more →

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    Our Town: Mountain Maes, a fifth-generation Carbondalian

    You may have heard the dulcet tones of 16-year old Mountain Maes spinning some jazz sides on KDNK last Saturday night. Or perhaps you’ve heard his stories, public affairs shows and music sets on the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program (AZYEP) for almost a decade. Mountain’s dream, to be… read more →

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    Light the Night with Love illuminates community

    Pave the way for love! The second annual Light the Night with Love (LNL) is happening Feb. 11 and 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. with a new route that begins at Town Hall, weaves through True Nature Healing Arts, and ends at the Carbondale Clay Center.

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    Current Ritual brings holistic health to the light

    Kat McAfee, founder and owner of Current Ritual, is not your average occupational therapist.

    With over 12 years of experience working in various healthcare settings from the newborn intensive care unit to hospice, McAfee knew she was ready to break away from the mainstream healthcare modelread more →

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    The good pastor hangs up his headphones

    Yes, alas, it came to pass — on Christmas Day, no less. Legendary DJ Pastor Mustard (aka Dan Sadowsky) announced during his weekly “Bluegrass with Mustard” show on KDNK that, after the better part of two decades on the air with it, this would be his last one.

    In a… read more →

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    Youth DJs take over KDNK airwaves

    By Parker Wilson and Charlie Hippensteel

    For the Glenwood Springs High School Brimstone

    If you’re ever listening to the radio in the car, keep an ear out for the KDNK AZYEP kids!

    Based out of KDNK Community Access Radio inread more →