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4:28pm

Mon October 14, 2013
The Road to Sochi

Road to Sochi: Local Athlete Training for New Olympic Event, Snowboard Slopestyle

Snowmass Village resident Jordie Karlinski is training for a new event in the 2014 Winter Olympics: Snowboard Slopestyle.
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Our Road to Sochi series takes a look at the Aspen-area athletes training and competing this fall in hopes of making the 2014 Olympic team. Today, we take you to an extreme snowsports course, one with rails and big jumps. It’s new to the Olympics, but competing in Snowboard Slopestyle is something Jordie Karlinski has been doing for years. The petite 24-year-old is hoping this year, she’ll be throwing tricks in Sochi, Russia. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.

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3:27pm

Mon October 14, 2013
First Draft

First Draft - Tom Elder

Tom Elder is the author of It’s All About Timing. He lived in Aspen for decades but now lives in New Castle, Colorado. In addition to fiction, Elder also writes poetry and he works as a substitute teacher when he is not writing.

12:40pm

Mon October 14, 2013
Non-Profit in the Spotlight

Non-Profit in the Spotlight: The Manaus Fund, Part 2

The Valley Settlement Project is going into its second year, and is Carbondale's Manaus Fund's greatest project to date. The project is broken into three parts: early childhood education, after school programs and adult educational classes, which include a parent mentor program, english and GED-prep classes and computer skill workshops. George Stranahan, Founder of The Manaus Fund and Senior Advisor of the Valley Settlement Project, and Morgan Jacober, Project Director of the Valley Settlement Project are featured in this episode.

For more on The Manaus Fund: http://www.manausfund.org/

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9:06pm

Sun October 13, 2013
Oil & Gas

New Air Regs Could Be in Colorado’s Oil & Gas Future

Jennifer Richardson, Garfield County resident after an October 9th meeting held by Grand Valley Citizens Alliance, Roaring Fork Sierra Club, Wilderness Workshop, Western Colorado Congress, and Conservation Colorado.
Credit Elise Thatcher

Colorado has a problem with air pollution… levels of ozone have been going up, and that can cause health problems. So the state is taking a look at tightening up air regulations for drilling companies. But, some say much is being done already. 

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3:25pm

Fri October 11, 2013
Valley Roundup

Valley Roundup - October 11th, 2013

This week on the show we discuss the top news stories in the Roaring Fork Valley with Carolyn Sackariason, Editor of the Aspen Daily News and Andy Stone, former Editor and now a columnist for the Aspen Times. 

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