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Cleaning Up Abandoned Wells Proves Costly To Gas And Oil Producing States – NPR, KUNC, Sept. 2019

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Sex Educated – For the Nancy podcast, WNYC Studios, June 2019

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Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper Announces 2020 Presidential Bid – For KUNC, March 2019

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Beer That Gets You High Has Arrived, And It’s Just The Beginning – For KUNC, Feb. 2019

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‘Just An Outsider’: Despite Strong Economy, Refugee Doctors, Nurses Face Widespread Underemployment – For KUNC, Feb. 2019

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‘Stop The Gatekeeping:’ Trans Coloradans Applaud ID Rules But Say More Can Be Done – For KUNC, Dec. 2018

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Stars May Align In 2019 For Northern Colorado’s First Official Night Sky Park – For KUNC, Nov. 2018

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Five Years After Floods, Jamestown Is Finally Able To ‘Look Forward Again’ – For KUNC, Sept. 2018

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Suicide Survivor-Turned-Advocate Produces Facebook PSA Starring Greeley Students – For KUNC, Aug. 2018

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How Water Is Raising Home Prices In Greeley, Fort Collins And All Of Northern Colorado – For KUNC, June 2018

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Michelle Meuthing, director of the Aspen Hope Center at the organization’s office in Basalt. The center has operated since 2010, responding to the community’s mental health crisis calls.

In Addressing Eagle County’s Mental Health Care Void, Progress Is Slow, But Steady – For KUNC, Jan. 2018

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Estes Park Mayor Todd Jirsa points to a panorama of his town. He says a fee increase at Rocky Mountain National Park could spell disaster for local businesses.

“Ahead Of National Park Fee Hike, Anxiety Lingers In Estes Park” – For KUNC, Dec. 2017

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Lillian Gaffney of Lytle Creek worries about the status of her home. She waits to hear news at a Red Cross evacuation center at Fontana Park Community Center on Aug. 17, 2016. Photo by Maya Sugarman

“As wildfire grows, some residents evacuate, others wait and see” – from KPCC’s breaking coverage of the Blue Cut fire. 

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Ashley Hausman Vaughters, 34, is the first Colorado resident in history to receive a Master of Wine certification. She spent 9 years studying for the certification, which she received at a ceremony in London in November 2017.

Colorado Wine Lovers Have A New Hero: The State’s First Master Of Wine – For KUNC, Nov. 2017