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Keep up with the latest audio news reports, produced for KDUR, Fort Lewis College Community Radio.

FLC campus with clocktower in foreground and mountains in background

Fighting Climate Change at FLC

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Fort Lewis College is putting numerous efforts into practice to fight climate change. KDUR's Scout Edmonson has more.

English 251 news stories: Part 3

English 251 news stories: Part 3

Produced for KDUR News by students in the English 251/Radio Practicum Class

Friday, April 8, 2022

Sam Riess reports on the war between Russia and the Ukraine.

English 251 news stories: Part 2

English 251 news stories: Part 2

Produced for KDUR News by students in the English 251/Radio Practicum Class

Thursday, April 7, 2022

Garrett Middleton reports on the building of Animas High School adjacent to the FLC Campus. Neka Tsosie reports on Animas High School ‘s move to the FLC Campus and gets feedback from FLC Students on the move.

English 251 news stories: Part 1

English 251 news stories: Part 1

Produced for KDUR News by students in the English 251/Radio Practicum Class

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Ernest Maschka reports on FLC dropping Covid regulations and how the students feel about said changes. Ana Sherbert reports on America’s reduction of masking mandates.

San Juan Basin Public Health updates

San Juan Basin Public Health updates

with Liane Jollon

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Since the beginning of the pandemic KDUR Reporter Sarah Flower has produced weekly reports with Liane Jollon, Executive Director of San Juan Basin Public Health. These are heard on KDUR on Tuesdays at 5:05 p.m.

March 15, 2022 - Colorado is seeing some of the lowest covid-19 numbers since the beginning of the pandemic. While this is welcomed news to public health officials, many are treating this data with cautious optimism. KSUT’s Sarah Flower joins San Juan Basin Public Health Department to talk about lessons learned and how they intend to prepare to live with covid19.

Hickenlooper talks funding for Southwest Colorado

Hickenlooper talks funding for Southwest Colorado

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Congress approved the massive Fiscal Year 2022 $1.5 trillion omnibus spending package that also includes millions of dollars to Southwest Colorado. KDUR's Sarah Flower talks with US Senator John Hickenlooper about what this funding means for the region.

FLC Students on alternative fuel use

FLC Students on alternative fuel use

for Rocky Mountain Community Radio Coalition and Solutions Journalism Network

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

The Rocky Mountain Community Radio Coalition and Solutions Journalism Network partnered in January of 2022 to make a series of stories addressing alternative fuel use, and the move away from fossil fuels. KDUR's Sarah Flower produced one of these stories: Students at Fort Lewis College are learning a different approach on learning about climate change and how to transition away from using fossil fuels. KDUR’s Sarah Flower has more.

Housing issues across the Mountain West: Part 2

Housing issues across the Mountain West: Part 2

for Rocky Mountain Community Radio Coalition and Solutions Journalism Network

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Fort Lewis College has seen one of biggest increases in their freshman class in years. While welcomed news to many, this increase puts a strain on campus housing for students. This also comes at a time when the college is tackling workforce housing issues for their faculty and staff. KDUR’s Sarah Flower reports on what the college is looking at for possible solutions. 

Housing issues across the Mountain West: Part 1

Housing issues across the Mountain West: Part 1

for Rocky Mountain Community Radio Coalition and Solutions Journalism Network

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Access to affordable housing is a crisis that many mountain towns in Colorado are facing. In the last several years, Durango in particular, has seen a drastic increase in housing prices while the supply of homes on the market is dwindling. KDUR’s Sarah Flower reports on ideas the city and it’s consultants are hoping to move forward with and implement in the months and years ahead. 

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