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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from approximately 1978. Total length is about 1 hour, 22 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Mike Conlin: Hand Gliding (:34). 2. Pat O'Boyle: Sanitary Landfills (5:53). 3. Megan Bergman: Resource library (4:37). 4. Betty Wilkinson: Library report (5:11). 5. On the street interviews on local housing (11:45). 6. On the street interviews on local housing (4:54). 7. Ann Lannan: About Art Track (5:59). 8. Paul...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from approximately 1977 Total length is about 2 hour, 39 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Bob Hedlend interview on coal stire's affect on Telluride, 11/1977: (1:22). 2. Don O'Roark interview, past due taxes: (7:38). 3. John Manstield on mountain medical services progress and needs: (3:12). 4. Jane Hill interview on county health services (WIC), 11/6/77: (11:08) 5. Bob Dolan, division of highway speed limit...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1978. Total length is about 2 hours, 36 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Town council, 9/78. 2. Ouray culinary art show, 9/14/78. 3. Film festival pre-story (Stella Pense), 1/9/78. 4. Film festival past story (Stella Pense), 9/78. 5. Rear II: Interview with a Delta forest ranger. 6. Uranium survey in national parks (Jim Harpster), 9/11/78. 7. Uranium survey (Ron Sueitzer), 9/11/78. 8. Alaska wilderness,...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 10/30/79 through 12/13/79. Total length is about 1 hour, 23 minutes. The transcription, below, includes timestamps. Tracks include: 1. Allan Norris, from Ridgway, on hydroelectric power: 10/30/19 (10:20). 2. Hart to hart. (Senator Gary Hart) (4:20). 3. Interview Evie Haskall: 10/29/79 (20:26). 4. Halloween parade (4:06). 5. Experts from town council; Jerry Vass; Mountain on subdivision: 11/13//79...
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A KOTO Radio station show, called Voices & Visions, in Telluride, Colorado. Johnny Stevens interviews long time local resident Jim Delpaz, also known as Whispering Jim. Jim speaks of Telluride history, including Bob Demsey, Tomboy Road, weather forecasting, Imogene pass lightning, and the way the bars used to be in Telluride. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical...
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A KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, radio show, called Voices & Visions. The title of this show is Brian Rapp, a former Telluride Company president, that speaks of his return to Telluride and his life changes. Interviewer is Barry Cook. Recording starts with music. 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...
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A KOTO radio show, in Telluride, Colorado. Dates of the tracks vary, and most tracks were approximately 1983. Linda Miller on3 or 1984. This is part two of public commentaries and opinions. Total length is about 1 hour 12 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Art Goodtimes on the upcoming election ballad: public funding. 2. Dave Whillaw on the upcoming election ballad: capital improvement fund for a pool. 3. Wayno Urdonas regarding the TELCO half day lift...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1977-1978. Total length is about 1 hour, 37 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Hart water conservation week: Richard Lamm. 2. Planning & Zoning geo. hazards/flood planes, J. Crane: 3/78. 3. Lynn Swartz: eclipse of the moon, 3/78. 4. Jim Bedford/R. Malan: Chamber music interview; County Planning & Zoning preview of parking & transportation plus master plan: Tom Hale, 5/18/68. 5. Terry Selby speaking with...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1979. Total length is about 3 hours, 32 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Question of the Week: Have you decided and how, about the elections? (Street Interviews). 2. Interview with Johnson about the selling of Idarado land, 4/10/79. 3. Interview with Mike Calagan about the grant requested for the Chamber Music Festival. 4. Speaker Linda Jackson about the land tax transfer at Crested Butte, 4/2/79. 5. Interviews...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1977. Total length is about 1 hour, 17 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Interview with T. Hale: County budget, 10/1977: (6:44). 2. Freebox: "To Be or Not to Be", 10/1977: (6:54). 3. Interview with Dick Bird, volunteer for Ray Kogovsek: (3:59). 4. Governor Lamm, New York snow job, 10/1977:(1:30). 5. Interview with Kent State worker, 9/19/1977: (10:02). 6. CETA Investigation, phone interview with...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1978-1979. Total length is 59 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Public forum, Part I, 11/3/78. 2. Interview with candidates: Conlin & Stevens. 3. Jim Reent, reason: Aspen mall and transportation. 4. Interview with Monsieur Johnson, 5/25/79. 5. Interview with Dennis Keaton about Homestake, 6/4/79. 6. Fred Shellman: Bluegrass, 6/7/79. 7. Telluride Lodge: F. Libby, 6/8/79. 8. Ryan/Milliken, John Brooks,...
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Jim Bedford and Ken Mondlin published this questionnaire in the Telluride Times on May 31, 1973. They wanted to know what the citizens of Telluride, Colorado would like a town radio station to be. Other board members of the San Miguel Educational Fund, mentioned in the article, include Ed Withers, David Sklare, and John Payne.
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This Denver magazine article, in the Media section, is titled "Wednesday the Judge Plays Jazz." It is written by Roger Neville Williams and published February 1977. It describes the founding of KOTO, in particular, Jerry Greene's journey from Denver to Telluride. The article also discusses KOTO Radio's broadcasts, including city council meetings, Brother Al's religious program, and community announcements. Lynne Dimet, one of KOTO's DJs is pictured....
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The first day (October 3rd, 1975) of KOTO Radio in Telluride, Colorado! Total length is 1 hour 26 minutes. Tracks include: 1.) Jerry Greene announcing the station's hours and the location in the Miner's Union building. 2.) Jane Hill playing two Bach sinfonias on an electric piano. 3.)Thomas Zoline plays boogie piano. 4.) Possum Pie (Kooster, Picker, & Betty Lou). 5.) Ken & David (Mihelich & Fishback), doing a song by Little Willis Allen. Supported...
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A Voices & Visions program, from KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado. Malcolm "Mouse" McDonald speaks of the history of Hastings Mesa, including Malcolm's great-grandfather, who was the first settler on Hastings Mesa in the 1880's. Malcolm also discusses the history of areas surrounding Telluride, such as the Placerville area and Goronno Ranch. Also includes the naming of Hastings Mesa and Wilson Mesa. Malcolm lived on Hastings Mesa during the 1930's...
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A KOTO Radio show, in Telluride, Colorado, that aired January 1st, 1988. Terry Tice interviews Amy Levek (Telluride Town Planner) and Richard Grice (San Miguel County Planner) to discuss plans for the future of Telluride. Recording is about 40 minutes long. The last 13 minute recording is of unknown origins. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications...
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A KOTO Radio show, aired December 12, 1985, in Telluride, Colorado, called Friday Focus. Bob Brickell interviewed Martin Isles, Design Consultant for the Cordillera Corporation, Vince Hooper, Town Planner, and Larry Larsen, County Planner, about plans for developing the valley floor by the Cordillera Corportation. Recording is about 34 minutes long. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding...
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A KOTO Radio show, called Friday Live, that aired in Telluride, Colorado, probably in the late 1970's or the 1980's. Jerry Greene interviews town marshal, Bill Masters about his career in Telluride. 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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Art Goodtimes, a long-time Telluride resident, describes his life, on this Voices & Visions show, from KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado. Art came to Telluride in 1980, when Telluride was undergoing a change from being a mining town into a resort area. 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...
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A KOTO Radio show, called Straight Talk: The Grateful Dead, that aired May 21, 1987, in Telluride, Colorado. Bob Brickell moderates the debate, about if the concert should take place, between Terry Tice, Carol Chowen, Dave Patterson, and Steve Patterson. Recording is about 35 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission...