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A Colorado native, Gary Duncan has worked as a professional builder, a cabinet-maker, and an architectural designer, as well as a KOTO Radio newscaster in Telluride, Colorado. As of 2014, Duncan resided in Moab, Utah.--taken from https://electroplague.com/tag/telluride/
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A photograph of Rita Robinson and Terry Selby, probably broadcasting the news. Date on back of photo states "pre-1978."
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A KOTO Radio DJ, since 1975, Brother Al had a regular show every Sunday. Brother Al arrived in Telluride, Colorado in 1972, and passed away, there in 2003. He was a Christian Minister. Here is his obituary, from the Telluride Watch: http://www.telluridetoday.com/watch/090503.html: Brother Al” Johnston, local preacher, KOTO disc jockey and Free Box aficionado, died Sunday morning at the KOTO studios of a heart attack. He was 77. KOTO Station...
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Brandt Garber is the current owner of Form, Function & Delight, and resides in Telluride, Colorado. He is also the production manager of the Telluride Film Festival. Garber also serves on the board of directors for the Wilkinson Public Library. He has volunteered as a KOTO DJ for 36 years, from 1974-2010. Information taken from: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandt-garber-03b0aa8
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Stephanie helped to found KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado. She currently works for KUOW Public Radio, in Seattle. --Taken from https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-shandera-3494b011 and from: https://voice123.com/stephanieshandera Links accessed 01/18/19.
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Co-founder of the Telluride Film Festival, that began in 1974. The 1974 Denver Post newspaper article noted: "At age 30, Bedford is typical of may of Telluride's new residents. A college graduate (history and political science), he had been a clothing salesman, free-lance artist, TV cameraman, carpet layer and office-supplies salesman, and had knocked around the country, dissatisfied with his life's mission, until he somehow ended up in Telluride...
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Jack Carey (Captain Jack) was originally from New England, but lived in Ophir, Colorado for 34 years and passed away in 2009. Picture is from 1982 and Jack is on the left. An avid hang glider, Jack also volunteered for the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado, by broadcasting from his hang glider. Jack also enjoyed riding his motorcycle and skiing. From the Telluride News (July 18, 2009, by Reilly Capps): "He skied on the little hills...
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Cynthia (Cindy) Obrand's role at the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado, was General Manager and she was also known as “Ida Mae” with the “Humpday Hunnies” live on the air every Wednesday from 3 to 5, back in the 1990's. Cindy was also Executive Director of the San Miguel Conservation Foundation and one of the founders of Greenbacks. Greenbacks was an organization that gave free tickets for concerts to folks who cleaned up the river,...
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"Peters had a long history in the region and was known as an outstanding community activist. In the early part of this decade he served a term on the Ridgway Town Council and on the Ridgway Planning Commission. He has also served on numerous boards and committees locally, and was becoming known regionally and even statewide for his work on broader issues, including the Barack Obama campaign. “Brian was well read and extremely articulate, and...
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Robert V. Brickell December 17, 1927 - October 29, 2011 Robert Brickell, age 83, died October 29th, 2011 at Raleigh Health and Rehabilitation Center. Bob was born December 17, 1927 at St. Pauls Hospital in Dallas, Texas. He was son of the late Vreeland and Louise Brickell. Bob was preceded in death by his wife of 45 years, Corrine S. Brickell and grandson, Robert Turner Brickell. He is survived by his sister, Linda Knapp, SantŽ Fe New, Mexico; children,...
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"Lynn Rae has lived her life somewhere between the right and left brain with zeal and achievements across many creative disciplines. Beginning at 5 as a dancer, by nine she was acclaimed actress playing on opposite George C. Scott. She has continued as a stage actress as a performer and writer. She also self published a book and wrote newspaper articles as the “The Gardening Guru”. Starting as the Caterer for the Telluride Film Festival...
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"Baked in Telluride’s owner is longtime local Jerry Greene. An engineering and psychology graduate from Cornell University, Greene spent much of his college career at student radio WVBR. His pursuit of a radio career led him to Telluride. After a stint in St. Louis with groundbreaking community radio KDNA, and in Denver starting the project that became KUVO, he came to the nascent resort in 1974 to consult with locals dreaming of a community radio...
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Photograph by Ingrid Lundahl of Brother Al, Cindy Obrand, and General Norman Schwartzkopf, dated 1996.
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This newspaper article is from 1982 and describes Telluride's ninth annual Bluegrass and Country Music Festival. While not noted, the Rocky Mountain News is believed to be the publisher, since John Ashton is the author of the article.
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"Thomas Henry Hale, a pioneer in Colorado politics and local government, died on Jan. 23, 2018 in Georgetown at the age of 73 after a nine-month battle with brain cancer. Mr. Hale was born on July 15, 1944 in Boston to a distinguished family with deep roots in New England spanning back to the Mayflower. His relatives established the oldest law firm in the United States, today called WilmerHale. The Hales also had a deep tradition in public service:...
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A newspaper article, from the Boulder Daily Camera, dated January 3, 1982. Jerry Greene, Brother Al, Michael Saftler, Mary Cal Hollis, Rita Robinson, Robert Allen, and Mavis Forsberg are all mentioned.
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Jim Bedford and Ken Mondlin published this questionnaire in the Telluride Times on May 31, 1973. They wanted to know what the citizens of Telluride, Colorado would like a town radio station to be. Other board members of the San Miguel Educational Fund, mentioned in the article, include Ed Withers, David Sklare, and John Payne.
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"About CHRAB: The Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board (CHRAB), established by Executive order of the Governor in 1976, serves two primary roles. In partnership with the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC): Reviews NHPRC grant proposals from Colorado organizations and makes recommendations to the National Commission. Serves as a central advisory body within Colorado for historical records planning and coordination....
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"King Tet® Productions, Ltd. was established in 1997 in San Diego, CA by Eric Van der Wyk. Eric is a Musician, Composer, Audio Engineer, Graphic and Web Designer and Computer Guru. He is dedicated to the art of Digital Audio Remastering of tapes and records to Compact Disc with maximum improved quality. In addition to Digital Audio Conversions, other services include Video Encoding, Audio Encoding, VHS to DVD conversion, Field Recordings, Field...