Philadelphia Magazine

In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, KSJD's Sarah Syverson talks with Tim Stubbs of the Pie Maker Bakery in Cortez about the history of coffee, the challenges of growing coffee sustainably, and the latest in coffee consumption: nitro cold brew coffee.

  • 22nd Judicial District seeks a $56,000 budget increase to hire an additional attorney.
  • Crow Canyon Archaeological Center to reorganize, lays off six staff members.
  • Jackson Lake State Park will close to boating on November 1st.

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Parkinson's Disease is a difficult condition for those affected, but also for their care givers. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Cheryl Siefert from the Parkinson Association of the Rockies, and Linda Carter with C&G Health Care Management, about the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease, and about an upcoming forum for those who care for patients or loved ones who suffer from Parkinson's or other debilitating diseases.

  • Montezuma County Planning and Zoning Commission decides more study is needed on two complex proposals.
  • Federal judge denies San Juan County Utah Commissioner Phil Lyman a new trial on trespass conviction.

A Walk Across America

Oct 23, 2015
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Walking across America can provide a perspective that changes how you see the country, its people, and our place in it. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Felipe Gonzalez, who is on his own journey walking across America, why he is taking on this ambitious task, and how it is changing him.

Nicole Mosher

KSJD's Jeff Pope talks with NPR correspondent Wade Goodwyn about how he covers news stories in north Texas, the changing trends in journalism, and why local news is important to the communities that KSJD serves.

  • San Juan County, Utah Commissioner Phil Lyman is declining his County Commissioner of the Year award.
  • The Bureau of Reclamation has released a report indicating that the Gold King Mine wastewater spill was avoidable.

  • Bridge Emergency Shelter in Cortez already serving 30 guests, hopes for improved services for families.
  • Unemployment rate in Montezuma County falls, but is still one of the highest in Colorado.

  • Colorado Board of Equalization rejects Montezuma County’s effort to give a tax break to farmers.
  • Montezuma County commissioners adopt a wait-and-see attitude toward a National Conservation Area along the lower Dolores River.

  • Montezuma County Commission restricts audience comment during meetings to 10-minute public comment period, and decides not to formally support the Dolores Water Conservancy District's ballot measure to fix it's mill levy rate.