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  • Friday, March 14, 2008 I-70 Wildlife Bridge Update Officials have decided where to put a planned wildlife bridge spanning I-70 near Vail Pass. The decision was helped by photographic data collected by the Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project. Dan Meyers talks with Program Director Julia Kintsch.
  • Our CSAP Panel Dwight D. JonesCommissioner, Colorado Department of Education Dwight Jones was appointed Colorado Commissioner of Education on June 1, 2007, by a unanimous vote of the Colorado State Board of Education. Before becoming commissioner, he was the superintendent of schools for the Fountain-Fort Carson School District for four years.
  • November 13 – December 11Tuesdays at 10am & 7pm Prescribing Reform hosted by Ryan Warner KCFR News will feature “Prescribing Reform,” a weekly series on Morning Edition and “Colorado Matters” that maps out the the current landscape and the road ahead for health care in Colorado.
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  • Wednesday, November 28, 2007 Archaeological Playing Cards The Deck of Cards Photo: Laurie Rush   The 5 of Clubs Photo: Laurie Rush   Monday-Friday, 10am & 7pmSaturday, 7pm  & Sunday, 1pm Now Available
  • Friday, November 9, 2007 Coloradans Mark 25th Anniversary of Vietnam Wall Corporal Karl CulpPhoto: Suzanne Sigona  Suzanne Sigona with members of Corporal Culp’s UnitPhoto: Suzanne Sigona   Monday-Friday, 10am & 7pmSaturday, 7pm  & Sunday, 1pm Now Available
  • Friday, November 9, 2007 Veteran Portraits Sally Lincoln and Jim Galloway with portrait  Earl Steward with portrait   Monday-Friday, 10am & 7pmSaturday, 7pm  & Sunday, 1pm Now Available
  • Thursday, November 8, 2007  Wilson Peak Reopened For Climbing Wilson PeakPhoto: Whit Richardson   Tim Wohlgenant & Wilson Peak Photo: Mark Obmascik   Monday-Friday, 10am & 7pmSaturday, 7pm  & Sunday, 1pm Now Available
  • KCFR News is reviving last year’s holiday Hope & Gratitude series – stories of events or individuals that changed people’s lives. Share your story of hope and gratitude or learn more about KCFR’s Public Insight Network.
  • Monday, December 3, 2007 At War & At Home: One Family’s Story – December Listen to series Pete in IraqPhoto: Pete Pete with a Japanese SoldierPhoto: Pete Pete in front of barracksPhoto: Pete   Monday-Friday, 10am & 7pmSaturday, 7pm  & Sunday, 1pm Now Available
  • Monday, December 3, 2007 Kirkland Museum Showcases Painter and Teacher Edward Marecak Edward Marecak’s art is full of color and meaning. A retrospective show is on through December 16th at Denver’s Kirkland Museum.  Ryan Warner visited the exhibition to talk with curator Hugh Grant.
  • Thursday, January 10, 2008 To War & Back: Dick Andrews Listen to series  Dick Andrews Fresh Off A C-130 in Baghdad Courtesy: Dick Andrews Dick Andrews in Baghdad’s Shorja MarketCourtesy: Dick Andrews   Monday-Friday, 10am & 7pmSaturday, 7pm  & Sunday, 1pm Now Available
  • Thursday, February 14, 2008 At War & At Home: One Family’s Story – February Listen to series Pete(far right) and his two comrades hold up a sign saying “DU Rocks” tocatch US Secretary of State’s Condoleezza Rice’s attention during avisit in Baghdad.Photo: Pete Pete (second from left) and US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during

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  • Friday, January 18, 2008 To War & Back: Author Sara Sheldon Listen to series Boulder writer Sara Sheldon visited Iraq at age 70 to learn what makes female Marines tick. She speaks with Ryan Warner about her new book The Few. The Proud. Women Marines in Harm’s Way.
  • 2007 | Read more… Written responses may have been edited for clarity or brevity. Dave Burgess People with mental illness teach the professionals who help them. Suzanne Carter An essay on charting a new direction after a loss. Roger Cawthon Helping a child see well made all the difference.
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  • Wednesday, October 24, 2007 Peace in a War Zone Sgt. Paul Kendel in IraqPhoto: Sgt.