Author Archive: Marta Tarbell

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Mountainfilm Hires Sage Martin as New E.D.

09/17/14 | By | 155 More

Martin comes from the Telluride Mountain School, where she worked for the last eight years.

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GUEST COMMENTARY | Gary Hickcox: A Legacy of Conservation Leadership

09/16/14 | By | 62 More

A 60s California surfer, Gary Hickcox began his life in Telluride in 1975 as a young, inspired fifth-grade teacher.

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The KOTO Wars | A Resignation, a Separation and an Election

08/21/14 | By | 336 More

The board held fast to its decision to not join with The Ride Festival in an application for next year.

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Antonya Nelson Book-signing Wednesday at Arroyo

08/17/14 | By | 21 More
Antonya Nelson Book-signing Wednesday at Arroyo

The collection’s novella – titled Three Wishes, it’s broken into three parts – is set in Nelson’s native Wichita, Kan.

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33rd Annual Telluride Mushroom Festival Sweeps Through Town

08/12/14 | By | 65 More
33rd Annual Telluride Mushroom Festival Sweeps Through Town

Talks from the festival’s long list of presenters start Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Palm Theatre, and go on through Tuesday.

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The 33rd Annual Telluride Mushroom Festival Takes Place Aug. 16-19

08/10/14 | By | 51 More
The 33rd Annual Telluride Mushroom Festival Takes Place Aug. 16-19

Offers everything from guided forays to presentations on mushroom cultivation, anthropology, remediation, and significant research.

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Kenworthy Steps Down From Mountainfilm

08/06/14 | By | More

After eight years running Mountainfilm, Kenworthy will embark on a long-held dream of building his own house.

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5-Year-Old Bitten by Unidentified Dog in M.V.

08/06/14 | By | More

Sasha Kingsford’s parents want confirmation that the small dog that bit their daughter has been vaccinated for rabies.

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GUEST COMMENTARY | Marmot Hitchhikes to Olathe

GUEST COMMENTARY | Marmot Hitchhikes to Olathe

The marmot climbed up into the vehicle, probably into the engine compartment, and made a long hot trip of over 70 miles.

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KOTO | ‘Perhaps It Is Time to Focus on Radio Programming’

08/01/14 | By | 33 More
KOTO | ‘Perhaps It Is Time to Focus on Radio Programming’

‘Ms. Lamberson concludes with the point that professional change has been brought to KOTO by the ED, citing compliance issues with regulatory agencies and broadcasting companies, which I applaud.’

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Artful Coffee-Table Book Tells Telluride’s Story

07/30/14 | By | 15 More
Artful Coffee-Table Book Tells Telluride’s Story

“Telluride shares the same early history with small mining towns across the State of Colorado,” says author Susan Dalton.

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GUEST COMMENTARY | What’s Going on at KOTO Community Radio?

KOTO has suffered through a period of division and discord. It’s time to get back on track and return to being the glue that helps hold this community together.

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BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD

07/04/14 | By | More
BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD

Triassic Pioneers a Whole New Concept in ‘Recycling’

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SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW

07/04/14 | By | 108 More
SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW

A 19th-Century Cabin Comes to Life on Wilson Mesa

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A TREASURE TROVE OF ROCK HISTORY

07/04/14 | By | 37 More
A TREASURE TROVE OF ROCK HISTORY

‘He’s just a real country boy,’
says Joe Cocker’s wife, Pam.

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