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Denver Director Portrays Father-Daughter Dynamic in Short Film

“Blue Corn Chips.” “Blood Orange.” A whole aisle of options for menstrual products in pastel colors and strange names overwhelm the star of a Denver director’s new short film.

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Reporter Jim Mimiaga of The Journal has been following the Burro Fire north of Dolores extensively since it started at the end of last week.

Austin Cope's On-Air Goodbye

Jun 15, 2018
Tom Yoder

KSJD's Morning Edition host and news reporter Austin Cope gave a beautiful goodbye to our listeners on Friday morning, his last day at KSJD before he leaves for a two-year fellowship in India.

The Veterans CHOICE program was put into place so that vets could access healthcare through local medical providers instead of having to wait for healthcare provided only through the Veteran's Administration. Now CHOICE is being replaced with a new program that will have implications on how vets in Montezuma County get treated. In this episode of KSJD's Veteran's Affairs program, Tom Yoder talks with Jason Moore of the Department of Veteran's Affairs in Grand Junction about what happened to the CHOICE Program and what is going to replace it.

Dolores Schools

The Dolores School District has chosen an interim superintendent.

Austin Cope

The City of Cortez is encouraging businesses to liven up their premises this summer by partially funding beautification projects.

Austin Cope

Wednesday was Daniel Rayzel's first day on the KSJD airwaves as Morning Host and Reporter.

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A partial closure of Mancos State Park at Jackson Lake is being implemented in response to severe fire danger across the region.

Austin Cope

The walls of the old Montezuma-Cortez High School building are about to come down at last.

Austin Cope

In the latest development in a long-running dispute, the Montezuma County commissioners have forbidden Tom Hooten of the Colorado State University Extension Office from entering the extension’s new quarters in the county annex.

Austin Cope

In March of 2017, shortly after President Obama designated the Bears Ears National Monument, KSJD spoke with two people who lived near the monument's new boundaries. Slightly over a year later, after drastic cuts to the monument and the beginning of a legal fight over the Antiquities Act, KSJD's Austin Cope reached back out to the people with whom he had spoken.


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