KSJD Interviews

Weekdays during Morning Edition at 7:30am or 8:40am

KSJD interviews cover a wide variety of topics and issues. Tune in at 7:30am or 8:40am on weekday mornings during Morning Edition for interviews that inform and empower our community! An archive of past interviews is below.

Forest Woodward

Adventure writer and blogger Brendan Leonard describes himself as someone who likes running and trail running, but who probably likes ice cream more. He says he mostly avoids avalanches by not being a good enough skier to get on slopes steep enough to slide. But, he says, he loves the mountains, and he’s enthusiastic for things that bring humans together, especially in the outdoors.

Gail Binkly / KSJD

It has been approximately 2 months since the designation of the Bears Ears National Monument in Southeastern Utah. However, the new monument remains a topic of disagreement at the state, national, and local level. KSJD News went to southeastern Utah to talk with locals on both sides.

 

Crime and Public Safety In Montezuma County

Mar 9, 2017

Law enforcement professionals with the Montezuma County Sheriff’s Department responded to almost 9,000 calls for service in 2016. KSJD's Karen Childress talks with Sheriff Steve Nowlin about public safety and crime prevention in our community.

Crime and Public Safety In Cortez

Mar 8, 2017
Keith Allison / Creative Commons

Public safety and crime prevention are topics of interest to everyone in our community. KSJD's Karen Childress talks with Roy Lane, Chief of Police for the City of Cortez.

PDTillman / Creative Commons

On February 13th, the owners of the Navajo generating station near Page, AZ, announced their plans to close the plant in 2019. In response, Navajo Tribal Council speaker LoRenzo Bates told KSJD the closure would bring serious economic repercussions.

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