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According to many estimates, there are five generations of people in today's workplaces. Though those numbers vary based on the location, generational differences impact communities in many ways. Rebecca Larson of the OMNI institute facilitates local trainings about generational differences in the workplace. came into the studios to talk more about each generation's characteristics, values, and how they relate to each other in the workplace. Click below to listen.

The Sunflower Theatre's next comedy showcase tonight at 7pm will feature Albuquerque comedian Rusty Rutherford. He came into the KSJD studios to talk more about his work and what influences his comedy. Click below to listen.

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After its residents voted to incorporate on November 7th, the community of Bluff is taking steps to become an official town. Bluff Incorporation Committee Co-Chair Brant Murray told KSJD residents will elect four representatives and a mayor to the new town board in June of 2018.

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Durango residents are sharing ideas for how to decorate the medians near the intersection of highways 160 and 550 on the west side of town.

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This evening at 5:30pm, community members, mental health professionals, and social service workers will host a suicide prevention summit at Montezuma Cortez High School.

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