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Program Director

Ali Lightfoot began her career in television production where she hired cast and crew, managed budgets and assisted in all aspects of production and post-production on a wide variety of projects. She has worked in a more creative capacity as well: acting, directing and writing for TV, film and radio.

Ali became KVNF's program director in 2009.? She produces and develops programming for KVNF as well as training and scheduling more than 70 volunteer DJs. ? Ali produces radio documentaries and directs the youth reporting project "Pass the Mic," where young reporters (ages 8-12) create film and radio documentaries about their community. ?

Email: ali (at) khuyến mãi tiền cược miễn phí 2019 www.vonmoo.com

Carrie Szabo

KVNF's Ashley Krest speaks with Stefan and Carrie Szabo of National Park Radio in Ouray after their show at The Wright Opera House.?

Ashton Ray Hanson

Robin Berndt, a training and outreach coordinator for the Center for Mental Health, speaks with Ali Lightfoot about programs offered in western Colorado that help educate the community about mental health, suicide prevention and those in crisis.?

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Ali Lightfoot

KVNF visits with the hip hop group Nappy Roots before their show at Mesa Theater in Grand Junction.? Skinny DeVille,? Buffalo Stille,? Ron Clutch, Fish Scales and 808 Blake talk about their Kentucky roots, 90s hip hop and what it takes to maintain the American Dream.

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In the fall of 2017, four seventh-grade girls from Ridgway Colorado formed a group called “Carry On!? Ridgway Reuses.”? ?Their goal was to ban single-use plastic bags in their hometown and address the global dangers of plastics.? Over a year later, on December 12th, 2018, the?Ridgway?Town Council voted to adopt a Single Use?Plastic Bag Ban?Ordinance, effective March 1st.??KVNF’s Ali Lightfoot spoke with these young activists about their efforts.

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Ashley Krest

KVNF's Ashley Krest speaks with the folk duo Penny and Sparrow at the 2018 Moab Folk Festival.

Ashley Krest

KVNF's Ashley Krest speaks with Hubby Jenkins at the 2018 Moab Folk Festival.?

Residents at the Paonia Care Nursing Home share stories about their lives and memorable holidays from their past.

KVNF's Ashley Krest talks with members of the North Fork ensemble before their CD release party for "Music For Everyday Life."

Families Plus

Dr. Brenda K. Holland, Executive Director? at Families Plus talks about the? nonprofit's goal to provide long-term support for struggling families in Delta county.? She discusses how the organization formed,? the mental health resources it provides and how locals can help through mentorship and financial assistance programs as well as donating gifts to families who need them during the holidays.

Composer and multi-media artist Lane Shi talks with Ali Lightfoot about her work and residency at Elsewhere in Paonia.??

Ali Lightfoot speaks with Ryan Montbleau after his performance at Steve's Guitars in Carbondale.? ?Ryan talks about finding the balance between commentary and entertainment during the Trump era, his other musical project "Yes Darling"? and how to respond to fans who tattoo his lyrics on their body.

Cara Palone

When longtime Telluride resident Tim Cannon went missing this past summer, day after day, community members hoped, prayed and wished for an update. The search played out in the background of daily life -- Tim was what people talked about: at the grocery store, on the street and on the news. Finally, he was found, by a pilot named Deven Felix, who assists with search and rescue operations for area agencies. But on the day he discovered Tim, he was acting as a good Samaritan and decided to fly his fixed-wing over Telluride to have a look.

Ashley Krest

KVNF's Ashley Krest speaks to musician Sam Baker at the 2018 Moab Folk Festival.??

KVNF DJ Geitz talks with musician and activist Robby Romero about growing up in Hollywood, hanging out with Dennis Hopper and the Dali Lama and working for the rights of indigenous people.

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District 2 commissioner Don Suppes discuss Delta county's changing demographics, the county's postion on seismic testing and raises for county workers.?

KVNF's Kori Stanton looks into the growing industrial hemp business in Colorado.? She visits with hemp investors, growers, lawmakers and?entrepreneurs at the first annual Hemp Invest Fest in Telluride.

Willi Moore

KVNF's Ali Lightfoot and musician Valerie June have a cosmic conversation about serendipidy,? poetry and obscurity at the 2018 Telluride Blues and Brew Festival.?

Willi Moore, Photo and Illustration

KVNF's?Ali Lightfoot talks with pianist Marco Benevento at the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival. Marco shares stories about his first synthesizer, his first job (playing piano at the country club) and his love for New Orleans.

Delta County Commissioner District 1 candidates?Republican Mike Lane and Democrat Dick Gilmore discuss Delta's economic future, oil and development and the county's master pan.? ?Julie McCluskie?(D) and?Mike Mason?(R) running in the Colorado House of Representatives District 61 general election talk about climate change, electric cars and the economy.? ?

Willi Moore

Rhythm and Blues artist Son Little talks with Ali Lightfoot about working with Mavis Staples,?his first love song and his dream of starting a band made up entirely of bass players.? Ali caught up with Son Little before his show at the 2018 Telluride Blues and Brews Festival.

KVNF's Felix Belmont and Eric Goold speak with District 1 Commissioner Doug Atchley, whose term ends this year. Atchley talks about his experience serving as commissioner, the local economy and his hopes for the future of Delta County.

Sarah Jacobson

This program features excerpts from the Delta County Election Candidate Forum.? The forum, organized by Delta's Republican and Democratic party leaders, was held in Delta in October and moderated by KVNF's Eric Goold.? ?Senate District 5 Candidates Republican?Olen Lund and Democratic incumbent Kerry Donovan?and?House District 54 candidates, Republican Matt Soper and Independent Thea Chase are featured in this episode.?

Durango Herald

As part of KVNF’s midterm election coverage,? we are featuring portions of the 2018 Club 20 Debates.? ? This 2 part debate is between 3rd congressional district candidates Diane Mitsch Bush and Scott Tipton.

The?North Carolina Folk band River Whyless and Quebec's Les Poulet a Colin talk with KVNF at the 2018 Rocky Mountain Folks Festival.

This Texas based musician talks with Ali Lightfoot about making his album Maria the Gun,?crossing borders all over the Americas and how his van became home.

Ali Lightfoot

This episode of Local Motion features the Club 20 debate between the candidates in Senate District 6: Republican incumbent Don Coram and Democratic candidate Guinn Unger, Jr.??

KVNF talks with Delta county's district 3 commissioner Mark Roeber about proposed fracking operations, disbanding the area planning committees and his work with Colorado Counties Inc.

Ali Lightfoot

Kelsey Wilson and Alexander Beggins of the Austin band Wild Child talk with?KVNF's Ali Lightfoot backstage at the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival.? The band shares stories about their new album and its multiple producers,? making sweet songs for dark times and their most popular love song (which is actually about a cat.)

Celia Roberts

KVNF celebrates local journalist Ed Marston who passed away on August 31st.? In this interview conducted by reporter Abigail Censky in February of 2018, Ed talks about covering the rural west, Delta County politics,? accepting change and the importance of having vision.?

KVNF speaks with Regina Spektor at the 2018 Rocky Mountain Folks Festival.? Regina talks about the different approaches to studying music in the US and Russia,? her early days playing in NYC's east village and her creative process.??

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