From The Groove Thang to The Chicken Paul Head Radio Show to Dirt
Road Dreams, the volunteer disc jockeys at Fort Lewis College radio
station KDUR never fail to deliver a wealth of music to both calm the
nerves and shock the system. Heard on 91.9 and 93.9, KDUR provides
background music to Durango as well as a variety of alternative news
programs. With a multitude of musical genres being broadcast daily,
the KDUR listener is rarely bored or uninformed.

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Station Manager Nancy Stoffer takes one last spin on an Electra Cruiser donated as a premium
by the Durango Cyclery before its handed over to its new owner.
Ian Brighton shuffles discs as his program “The All Good Jazz Show” comes to a conclusion.

A collection of posters tacked to a cork board greets people as they enter the KDUR offices.

KDUR lays claim to a Coheed and Cambria album cover.

News director Tyson Nelson and assistant Katie Hanson put together 'Dispatches', a student run weekly news program.

Hot mic: A KDUR microphone as seen in a different light.

From behind a wall of discs, DJ Jon Lynch prepares for his program 'Audience of One.'









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