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News Archive #27: A KOTO Radio Newscast, in Telluride, Colorado, featuring newscaster Rita Robinson. See transcription for time stamps, to jump between tracks. 1.) Tailings coating (Johnson/TIE): 3/12/79 2. XYZ-TV programming (Sullivan): 4/12/79 3.) Town council: Summit meeting about ski area development (with Savath): 3/12/79 4.) Town of Telluride County Planning Committee about if Telluride should have festivals: 4/3/79 5.) Sunnyside development...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel news archive #10 recording, from 1978. Total length is about 1 hour, 18 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Hibschman on flood evaluations. 2. Larry Wilkinson on new library construction. 3. Telluride School ski program: Interview with Judy D'Angel & Basketball: Boys & Girls. 4. Town board preview: Bob Hibschman interview, 1/9/78. 5. Management design association, interview with Bob Hibschman, 1/9/78. 6. Bob Koster: Butch and...
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A KOTO Radio show, from Telluride, Colorado, that aired April 6, 1987. Virginia Egger, Town Manager, interviews LIto Flores, Sally Courtney, and Bill Frown-Felter about how to improve the streets of Telluride. Length is about 30 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), National Archives Records Administration....
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A KOTO news cast, in Telluride, Colorado, from April through June of 1978, with Jerry Greene and Stephanie Shandera: Please see transcription section to jump to particular sections of this recording, using the timestamp links. 1.) HR39 Alaskan wilderness bill passed in Alaska: 5/20/1978 2.) Memorial day interviews with Jerry Greene. 3.) Water and the government’s role in water utilization with R. Keith Higginson (Commissioner of the US Bureau...
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A KOTO News Archive #11, from January 1978 until March 1978. Featuring interviewers: Stephanie Shandera, Jerry Greene, & Esther White. See transcription for time stamps links, to jump between tracks. 1.) Don Baehman: weather and avalanche warning. 2.) Jerry Greene interviews Gary Bennett on the town hall remodel and the deadlines with 20th century Fox. 3.) Interview with Tom Hale about last night’s master plan meeting: 2/16/1978. 4.) Arlene...
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News Archive #25: A KOTO News Archive, from 1978, recorded in Telluride, Colorado. Note: Recording is muffled until 5 minutes into it. Please see transcript and use the timestamp links to jump between recordings. 1.) Uranium mining task force with J. Pacal (not audible): 12/22/1978. 2.) Streetlights with Rita Robinson and J. Micetic: 12/26/1978. 3.) Accommodation tax interviews with tourists: 12/27/1978. 4.) Bed tax interviews with local residents,...
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News archive #26: A KOTO news cast, in Telluride, Colorado, from June of 1975 through March of 1979, with Jerry Greene, Stephanie Shandera, and Rita Robinson. See transcription for time stamps, to jump between tracks. Tracks include: 1.) Jerry Greene interviews John Philbrook on air quality: 6/14/1975 2.) Rita Robinson and the dogcatcher: Renee about loose dogs and town procedures for dealing with them: 12/21/1978 3.) Jerry Greene interviews two...
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News Archive #17: A KOTO News Archive #17, from June 1978 until July 1979. Featuring Stephanie Shandera, Rita Robinson, & Jerry Greene. See transcription for time stamps links, to jump between tracks. Tracks include: 1.) Richard Height of the Colorado Humanities’ program talks about what the program funds and upcoming workshops. 2.) Rita Robinson discusses upcoming jogging race in Montrose: 6/1978. 3.) Rita Robinson interviews The Rainbow Traveling...
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, called Straight Talk: The Cop at the Top. Terry Tice interviews H.C. Bodley (Head Marshal) on 9/22/1988. Bodley discusses his background and career and what it is like to be a police officer in Telluride, Colorado. Also discussed is the crime in Telluride--namely theft, and social problems (drugs/alcohol, mental health problems) in Telluride and how law enforcement helps with these issues. Supported in...
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Straight Talk was a radio show, from KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, in the 1980's. This recording is from November 25, 1987, and features Jerry Greene, Gary Hickcox, Peggy Howlett, and Terry Tice discussing how to improve Telluride's sense of community. The discussion took place at a retreat at the Skyline Ranch, near Telluride, Colorado. Length is 40 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board,...
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From a KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, this discussion involves Telluride Town Council, Idarado representatives, and representatives from the State Department of Health meeting to discuss remedies for the court's decision on the tailings issue. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), National Archives Records...
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A KOTO Radio show, from Telluride, Colorado, called Straight Talk: The Ultimate Comprehensive Town of Telluride Christmas List. Terry Tice takes phoned-in and other recorded recommendations about what items should be on the town of Telluride's christmas list. Aired December 22, 1988, recording is about 36 minutes long. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical...
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, from March 20, 1987. Rasta Stevie interviews the Rebel Rockers group, a popular reggae band from California. Recording length is 30 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), National Archives Records Administration.
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A KOTO Radio show, aired sometime probably in the late 1970's or early 1980's, called Friday Live: Who is Jerry Greene? Dowling Talks with Jerry Greene about his personal history. Length is about 42 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), National Archives Records Administration.
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A KOTO Radio station show, called Voices & Visions, in Telluride, Colorado. Rita Robinson interviewed Sooz Austin on April 8, 1987. Sooz is a resident, since 1982, and speaks of the changes in the 1980's in Telluride. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), National Archives Records Administration.
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, called Straight Talk: Affordable housing. Aired January 29, 1987, and Jim Davidson interviews Tony Daranyi, Barry Tharpe, and George Greenbank about Telluride's limited affordable housing. Length is about 23 minutes long. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), National Archives...
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A KOTO Radio show, from Telluride, Colorado, that took place on January 1, 1988, called the Nurse Bowl Parade with Buddy White and Eileen Dover. The description on the reel-to-reel states: Turn your T.V. to the Nurse Bowl Parade, turn down the sound, turn up KOTO with Buddy & Eileen as they bring you enhanced color commentary and general craziness from a local perspective. Buck Lowe was the producer. The first 8 minutes is music and then Eileen...
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A KOTO Radio show, from October 5, 1988, called Voices & Visions. Rita Robinson interviewed longtime resident of both Norwood and Telluride, Colorado about her life and career. Leslie shared her longtime perspective of both communities and her career as the Telluride town council person, town clerk, and on a more personal note, how her life changed after her child "left the nest." Recording is about 37 minutes long. Supported in part by an award...
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A KOTO Radio station show, called Voices & Visions, in Telluride, Colorado. Charles Upton and Johnny Stevens interviewed long-time resident Roy Elliott (Alley Oop) on May 11, 1988. Alley Oop was a life-time resident of Telluride (since the 1930's), and the rancher of the valley floor. He also worked for the mining company. The interview lasts about 36 minutes. The last 12 minutes of the recording is news from the American Medical Association. Supported...
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A KOTO Radio show, called Voices & Visions: "Inside the Freak House" that aired in Telluride, Colorado, on August 10, 1988. Rita Robinson and Gary Hickcox interview long-time Telluride residents Himay Palmer, Chris Mayer, Pete Dahl, Patrick Ray, and Baker Steve about their lifestyle in what is known as the "freak" house and about their perspectives of living in Telluride. Length is about 43 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado...