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KDNK Radio speaks with reporter Krista Langlois

Audio - November 01, 2013 by Eric Skalac
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As Colorado voters consider a new education funding mechanism with Amendment, a decade-old law in Alaska is closing rural schools. On this episode of Sounds of the High Country, KDNK Radio's collaboration with the High Country News, KDNK’s Eric Skalac talks to Krista Langlois.

Past editions of Sounds of the High Country are at KDNK.org, or available as a podcast on iTunes.

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