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Straight Talk was a radio show, from KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, in the 1980's. This discussion presents the Idarado mine clean-up settlement discussion. Terry Tice presents the discussion, and includes Mark Worth, Tom Farrell, Rick Silverman, and Jon Kovash. 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...
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, that celebrates New Year's Eve in 1979. Recording is called: Telluride Times Square: New Year's Eve 1979-1980. Jerry Greene interviews anonymous people on the streets and and the Kotoettes tap dance on the courthouse steps. Recording length is about 20 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and...
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, that aired April 13, 1987. Virginia Egger, assistant town manager, interviews Brian Peters and Randy Brown about what they plan on doing to help improve Telluride, while on town council. 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 Voices & Visions. This program aired February 25, 1987. Sharon Shuteran interviews Lynn Rae Lowe, about her 14-year residency in Telluride. Recording is about 32 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 Records Administration.
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Suzanne Cheavens' (DJ Angel on the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado) and John Wontrobski's wedding photo. Photograph taken October 9, 1993 by Ingrid Lundahl. Picture includes: Top row, from left to right: Joan May, Lynn Heinisch, John Wontrobski (groom), Matt Ryan, Karen Patterson, Keith Hoffman, Julian Lobato, Susan Kerr. From top to bottom, along the stairs: Jody Borzilleri, Lisa Ashley Boling, Sean McNamara. Seated top to bottom,...
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An article, published on January 8, 1981, by the Telluride Times, describes the changing positions of Gary Duncan, Nancy Craft, and Robert Allen at KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado.
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, that took place March 27, 1977. Brother Al had a regular Sunday morning radio show, but was not able to attend this show due to his mother's passing. Richard (Dick) Unruh was Al's replacement for this show.
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The 10th annual Telluride Film Festival seminar is aired live in September of 1983, by KOTO Radio. Length is about 38 minutes long. After the first 16 minutes, there is a cut in the audio to music, but then the seminar begins again. This is an error in splicing the original reel-to-reel that this was recorded from. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications...
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A KOTO Radio show, aired August 30, 1988 in Telluride, Colorado. The 15th annual Telluride Film Festival is discussed, featuring Bob Brickell interviewing Bill and Stella Pence. Total length is about 17 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, called Voices and Visions, from Telluride, Colorado, on June 10, 1987. The title of this show is Couples who Stay Together, featuring long-time local residents Bill and Susan Kees. Length is about 28 minutes. Rita Robinson and Sharon Shuteran interview Bill and Susan Kees. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission...
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, called Friday Focus: Telluride Town Marshal, Hank Smith, discusses the rising crime rate with Bob Brickell. Date recorded is January 10, 1986. Recording is about 45 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 Records Administration.
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Three newscasts, from KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado: 2/26/1991: Jon Kovash & Debbie Laity: (First 10 minutes of recording) 1.) TELCO announces a new policy for buying a ski pass. 2.) The airport authority decides to buy the airport and land. 3.) Town council announces their plans for the new year, including the creation of Shandoka, providing down-valley bus service, hydro-power development, increasing airport security, the bike path development...
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Newscasts, from KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado: 3/1/1991: Debbie Laity (First 14 minutes of the recording): 1.) Locals respond to TELCO's new season ski pass policy. 2.) Slick roads cause several area accidents, including one that injured four people. 3.) Colorado ski areas discuss the safety issues of skiing and snowboarding. 4.) Dominich Cross speaks of the Bump Club (skiing club) and their tour. Also--boys' varsity basketball team pep...
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"Captain Jack" (Jack Carey) and Norman Squier are pictured here, after Jack's high-altitude broadcast of KOTO Radio, in 1982, in Telluride Colorado.