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  • Wednesday, April 16, 2008 Photo Exhibit Shows Effect of Climate Change on Glaciers James Balog’s taking some of the first time-lapse pictures of melting glaciers . The Boulder-based photographer says it’s the best way to see climate change in action.
  • Monday, April 14, 2008 At War & At Home: One Family’s Story – April 2008 We continue our series with Army Reservist Pete, who’s been in Iraq but is now back in Colorado for a two-week break. Ryan Warner meets with him and his family at their home in Highlands Ranch.
  • Tuesday, April 15, 2008 Denver High School Scores Big at Robotics Competition Denver’s John F. Kennedy High School was the highest-placing team from Colorado at the regional FIRST Robotics Championship last week. Ryan Warner speaks with the team’s coach, Paul Jasinowski, and student Andy Neufeld.  View a video of the latest in Robotics.
  • Monday, March 31, 2008 Healthier School Foods Catch on in Douglas County KCFR’s Kristina Tabor visited one of the county’s lunchrooms – then Dan Myers talks with the district’s director of nutritional services, Brent Craig.
  • Thursday, March 27, 2008 OneYear After the Holly Tornado  HollyMayor Jerry Smith remembers the deadly tornado that swept through histown – and talks about recovery efforts with Ryan Warner. Just After The Holly Tornado.
  • Friday, March 28, 2008 Settling of West Kicked Up Loadsof Dust In the late 19th century American West, grazing animals, farming, mining and other development stirred up nearly seven times more dust than before.
  • Tuesday, March 25, 2008 West of Last Chance The High Plains is the subject of a new book, West of Last Chance.Ryan Warner talks to writer Kent Haruf and photographer Peter Brown.
  • Monday, March 24, 2008 News Feature: Alamosa Water Restrictions Tighten Top officials and the National Guard arrived this weekend to assist as the town prepares to treat the water for salmonella bacteria, which has sickened up to 209 people, sending 9 to the hospital. Volunteers handed out drinking water all weekend.
  • Monday, March 24, 2008 1893 Murder Confession on Display The confession – scrawled on a piece of wood – was recently donated to the Fountain Valley Historical Society and Museum south of Colorado Springs. Ryan Warner speaks with Larry Martin, an investigator for the El Paso County District Attorney’s Office.
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  • Wednesday, March 19, 2008 Photographer Robb Kendrick: Still: Cowboys at the Start of 21st Century Tintype is a kind of photography from the 1850’s and Robb Kendrick has mastered the process.He speaks to Ryan Warner.
  • Friday, November 30, 2007 SAME Cafe Marks First Year Co-Owners Brad and Libby BirkyPhoto: Kristina Tabor, KCFR News Lunch at Same CafePhoto: Kristina Tabor, KCFR News Preparing the day’s mealPhoto: Kristina Tabor, KCFR News   Monday-Friday, 10am & 7pmSaturday, 7pm  & Sunday, 1pm Now Available
  • Friday, December 7, 2007 Grand Junction Printmaking Show The Art Center in Grand Junction has a new exhibition featuring the work of Coloradans who were influenced by printmaking pioneer Mauricio Lasansky. In all, four generations of teachers or students are represented. Dan Meyers speaks to one of the artists, Charles Hardy.
  • Wednesday, December 5, 2007 The Simpich Doll Experience More than fifty years of dollmaking is the subject of The Simpich Experience, a new exhibit at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. Dan Meyers speaks with curator Katie Gardner and doll collector Betty Waldron.
  • Tuesday, December 18, 2007 Colorado Whiskey Draws Praise A Denver microdistillery has started selling its whiskey nationwide. Ryan Warner visits founder Jess Graber of Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey at the company warehouse in Denver’s Lower Downtown.
  • Monday, December 15, 2007 Holiday Gift Ideas From Colorado Booksellers Ryan Warner speaks with Cathy Langer, a buyer with Denver’s Tattered Cover Book Store and Nicole Magistro with Bookworm of Edwards for their holiday book suggestions.
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  • Wednesday, December 19, 2007 New Development Turns Away From Traditional Construction Listen to story archive  The Marycrest Townhomes near Denver’s Regis University will be built in a factory, then transported.  Ryan Warner talks with developer Susan Powers, of Urban Ventures and architect Michelle Kaufman, who says this approach is greener, faster, and sometimes cheaper.