Featured Programs on KSJD June 27th-July 3rdTuesday, June 28th
The U.S. Forest Service has re-opened the public comment period on the Boggy Draw-Glade Travel Management Plan. Tune in to another edition of Talking Heads on the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 for a conversation about the management plan and how the latest round of public comment is progressing.
Wednesday, June 29th
There are a large number of agencies and non-profits that provide important services to the community, but sometimes it is difficult to know who is who and who does what. Join us for another edition of Horizons Radio on the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30 to hear about the latest efforts to map community resources so you can find the services you need.
Thursday, June 30th
Public art plays an important and sometimes controversial role in communities across the country. Tune in to the Thursday morning Zine at 8:30 as we talk to the artist who is creating a new mural in downtown Cortez and discuss how public art impacts public spaces.
Friday, July 1st
The Southwest Colorado Women's Small Business Conference will be held on July 14, where women can learn how to start or grow a business. Join KSJD for the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 to hear more about the conference, women as entreprenuers, and the state of our local economy.
Saturday, July 2nd
Tune in to Mountain Stage on KSJD at 1pm on Saturday afternoon for amazing live musical performances. This week's guests include Yim Yames of My Morning Jacket, Daniel Martin Moore and Ben Sollee, Jeff Daniels, and others.
Sunday, July 3rd
Everybody knows that July Fourth celebrates our nation's beginnings. But for the first 94 years of our existence, the Fourth wasn't an official holiday at all. So how did Independence Day become the holiest day on our secular calendar? And why do we observe it with hot dogs, fireworks and mattress sales? Tune in to Sundries on KSJD at 9am on Sunday morning as BackStory with The American History Guys explores the origins and curiosities of July Fourth.