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This article, dated October 29, 1987, is from the Telluride Today newspaper. It describes the past and present (as of 1987) KOTO Radio Halloween parties, that have occurred in Telluride, Colorado, since the first party in 1971. KOTO Radio then took over providing these parties, and also turned them into fundraising events, probably around 1976.
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Two newspaper articles, both from Telluride Today, that show the KOTO Radio "Show of the Week." The article on the left, dated March 1, 1989, features DJ Dean Rolley and the article on the right, dated April 19, 1989, is of DJ Michael McCormack. Also included are KOTO's weekly schedule of radio show listings.
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A KOTO Radio mailed newspaper to the residents of Telluride, Colorado, that discussed the radio's history and fundraising efforts. It appears to be published by the Telluride Times, for KOTO, and is dated "Winter 1985."
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A KOTO Radio station show, from Telluride, Colorado, broadcast May 25, 1988. The title of this radio show is Voices & Visions: Back in the Fold, featuring Sharon Shuteran and Rita Robinson interviewing Barry Cook and John Fahnestock about what brought them to Telluride, why they moved away, and what brought them back. A common occurance, even today, many Telluride residents move away and end up coming back. This show attempts to answer the reasons...
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, that aired on February 24, 1987. Pam Conklin (Pettee) interviews Randy Higgison about his new position as the San Miguel County Commissioner. Recording length is about 27 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), National Archives Records Administration.
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, called Straight Talk: The Cop at the Top. Terry Tice interviews H.C. Bodley (Head Marshal) on 9/22/1988. Bodley discusses his background and career and what it is like to be a police officer in Telluride, Colorado. Also discussed is the crime in Telluride--namely theft, and social problems (drugs/alcohol, mental health problems) in Telluride and how law enforcement helps with these issues. Supported in...
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A KOTO Radio show, called Showdown at the Sheridan, in which candidates are running for Telluride Town Council. The date of this recording is April 5, 1982. This debate takes place at the Sheridan Hotel, in Telluride, Colorado. Unfortunately, the recording is damaged about 18 minutes into the recording until about 33 minutes. Candidates mentioned are Mavis (last name unknown), Jerry Greene, Lael Fruen, Terry Tice, Lynn Rae-Lowe, and others. Topics...
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A KOTO Radio Show, in Telluride, Colorado, in which Terry Tice interviews Mick Snapp, the new Telluride town manager. The date of this interview is February 25, 1988 and the recording length is about 42 minutes. Snapp tells you about his background and his career in politics. Snapp and Tice also discuss the benefits of the Telluride festivals, how to create a sense of pride in community residents, lobbying, the Telluride Master Plan (and flexibility...