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Jerry Greene interviews Nancy Craft (Ophir resident, at the time of the recording and town manager) and Joe Crane, town manager of the town of Telluride, Colorado. This recording is dated 12/30, and probably occurred during 1978. The year had a huge amount of snow and Greene, Craft, and Crane discuss the snow's consequences. Recording is about 41 minutes long.
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A KOTO show, called Straight Talk: Out of Bounds Skiing, that aired on March 5, 1987. Ashley Montague interviews Michael Friedman, Johnnie Stevens, and Tom Goodwin about the dangers of out of bounds skiing. Recording is about 46 minutes long.
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A KOTO show, called Friday Live, that probably aired in the late 1970's. Terry Selby interviews Johnnie Stevens about Johnnie's career as the head of the ski patrol and the assistant mountain manager on the Telluride Ski Resort. Recording length is about 32 minutes.
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Terry Tice interviews Mountain Manager, Johnnie Stevens, and Marketing Director, Mike Hess on October 6, 1988. Recording is approximately 33 minutes.
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A KOTO show, called Friday Live. Jerry Greene interviews John Lifton-Zoline, designer and planner for the Telluride company. Date is September 7, 1979 and length is about 33 minutes.
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A KOTO Straight Talk show on the topic of out of bounds skiing. The first recording (on the same topic of out of bounds skiing) occurred in March of 1987 and this recording took place December 3, 1987. Sheriff Bill Masters, Johnnie Stevens, and Forest Service Representative, Jim Hackett, discuss the hazards, policies, and consequences of out of bounds skiing. Recording starts abruptly and is about 30 minutes long. Interviewer's name is unknown--possibly...
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Billy Mahoney describes life in Telluride, Colorado in 1932. He speaks of the first ever ski lift and skiing, also starting his mining career at age 15.
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Minnie Ackerman describes the 1930 snow slide in Telluride, Colorado. Billy Mahoney remembers the biggest snow storm occurring in 1984 and Johnnie Stevens claims that in April of 1973, Telluride got 55 inches from one snow storm.
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Should the town of Telluride put in a gondola to link Telluride and Mountain Village? If so, who should pay for it? The date of this recording is unknown--probably late 1980's or early 1990's. Carol Ward interviews many local Telluride residents on this controversial issue. This recording cuts off at the end.
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In 1978, John Lifton-Zoline describes access to the ski area, the lifts, and plans for the ski area, in Telluride, Colorado. A new groomer and levels of difficulties have been added. The interviewer's name is unknown. Recording is about 9 minutes long.
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The first ever ski report for the Telluride Ski Resort! Dated 11/29/1975. Weekend only operations, at that time, until December, and then opened every day. Then, George Faulkner retracts the earlier policy, to be opened weekends only, and states the decision will be made the following week.
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Anne Savoth describes the first ski school/clinics designed to help Telluride residents improve their skiing skills. She also discusses ski racing clinics. The date of this recording is either 1978 or 1979. Length is about 6 minutes.
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Billy Mahoney describes the ski races in the 1930's, ski clubs, and a story of trying to ski off a rock (unsuccessfully).
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From November of 1978, this is Sherry Annes discussing the Telluride ski area liability for injured skiers. Who's responsible for these types of injuries? The recording is about 2 minutes, 30 seconds long.
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John Lifton-Zoline is interviewed by Esther White about how the Telluride ski season went for 1978. John mentions there were 1400 skiers on the mountain, the most successful season thus far.
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A KOTO Radio show, called Straight Talk, about the avalanche problem in Telluride, Colorado. Terry Tice interviews: Johnnie Stevens, Director of Mountain Operations; Jim Hacket, USFS Snow Ranger; Bill Mahoney Junior, Ski Patrol Manager; and Sheriff Bill Masters about back country skiing and avalanche danger. Recorded March 2, 1989, this recording is about 33 minutes.
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Produced by the Telluride Historical Museum and KOTO, this recording was part of a series, called Sounds of the Southwest. This recording took place during January of 1979 and Jerry Greene interviews Joy Poole, Vicki Ranta, Bill Hamner, Bob & Carol Korn, Hattie Billings, Elvira Wunderlich, Billy Mahoney, Jerry Rosenfeld, Rick Silverman, George Greenbank, Ron Allred, Don O'Rourke, Arlene Reed, Terry Selby, Terry Tice, Roger Williams, Rob Wilson and...