Colorado voters

  • Colorado voters aged 50 and older voice their concerns, issues
  • Three Western Slope counties face additional transportaiton ballot measures
  • Montrose Budget public meeting scheduled for Oct. 10

  • Trump creates election commission, states sue
  • Over 3,000 Colorado voters ask to be removed from registered rolls
  • Most voter information confidential, can't be released
  • Western states seek qualified drivers for oil and gas jobs

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KVNF Regional Newscast: Monday, Oct. 6, 2014

Oct 6, 2014


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Western Slope Women Celebrate Right To Vote

Aug 27, 2014
women's suffrage
Laura Palmisano / KVNF

The 19th Amendment guarantees women in the United States the right to vote. Tuesday was the 94th anniversary of its passage and Women’s Equality Day.

To celebrate about 15 women dressed like they’re from the early 1900's marched around the courthouse in downtown Montrose. They chanted and waved signs that said “vote it counts” and “women make a difference”.

Karen Connor wore a tri-color sash that read “votes for women”. 

"We’re here to remind people that women worked really hard to get the vote and they need to remember that and go out and vote," Connor said.

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Colorado in Marijuana Limbo

Nov 8, 2012

On the heels of a victory for marijuana legalization advocates, Colorado officials say the federal government could still crack down on the drugs use - since marijuana is still illegal under federal law. Bente Birkeland has more.