Governor John Hickenlooper

  • North Fork Creative Coalition working on Paonia signage
  • For the first time in Colorado history, state public defender is a woman
  • Hickenlooper asks feds to rescind rule regulating doctor-patient conversations
  • Health advisory issued in Mesa County due to wildfire smoke

  • Governor Hickenlooper opposes December BLM land lease sale
  • Town of Paonia wants BLM to defer leases until RMP is completed
  • Executive order requires old wells, oil and gas machinery to be capped for safety
  • Department of Interior supports moving headquarters of BLM to the West

  • 416 Fire causes evacuation of Hermosa area, now over 4,000 acres in size
  • Love Fire in Montrose County deemed fully contained
  • Stage I fire restrictions enacted for most BLM lands in Western counties
  • Governor Hickenlooper responds to SCOTUS ruling in favor of cake maker
  • Governor vetoes nine bills in two weeks, drawing criticism
  • Climate change has big impact on Colorado River system

  • State capitol reaction to SCOTUS ruling in favor of Lakewood baker
  • Latest report from Western Slope Resources Reporting
  • Scientist proposes using sediment, methane to make bricks in North Fork
  • Governor Hickenlooper vetoes five bills in two days

  • Election results from around area
  • Hotchkiss has new mayor; Hotchkiss, Paonia elect women to majority on councils
  • Baumgardner survives vote to remove him, will stay in state Senate
  • Governor Hickenlooper signs broadband bill into law
  • State lawmakers consider removing labor protections from so-called gig employees

  • Staff aides, workers at state capitol told not to talk with media
  • Lawmakers asked to pass aid for homeless bill for fourth time
  • Governor John Hickenlooper responds to rumors he'll run for President

  • GOP transportation bill passes first committee despite opposition
  • Outdoor retail show opens in Denver after many years in Utah
  • Lawmakers get help from outside statehouse to help redefine culture
  • Governor Hickenlooper doesn't expect new governor to uphold water plan

  • Tension at State Capitol after Trump's immigration remarks
  • School District 51 in Mesa County announces administration overhaul
  • Governor John Hickenlooper gives last state of the state address

  • Governor Hickenlooper on eve of last legislative session
  • Capitol Coverage talks broadband, PERA, sexual harassment with Governor
  • Legislature opens Wednesday, lawmakers hope for progress
  • New minimum wage increases not likely to help struggling Colorado families

  • Governor Hickenlooper's Chief of Staff resigns, exodus of aides continues
  • Connecting the Drops looks at invasive species
  • Colorado lakes and reservoirs under threat by invasive species
  • Comment period for sage grouse management plan extended to Friday

  • Representative and Treasurer candidate Steve Lebsock accused of harassment
  • Governor John Hickenlooper calls for Lebsock's resignation
  • Ongoing reaction at State Capitol to sexual harassment scandal
  • 17,000 Colorado residents await DACA decision by Congress

  • Mill levy increases pass in Montrose, Delta Counties
  • Crawford voters deny mill levy increase for second year in a row
  • Governor Hickenlooper hopes to build economy through trade mission to India
  • Future ballot measure pitched to limit contributions in municipal elections
  • Regional Newscast on hiatus for rest of week; returns November 13th

  • Governor Hickenlooper proposes 30.5 billion dollar state budget
  • GOP's proposed budget would give two thirds of its tax breaks to one percenters
  • KDNK interview with Representative Scott Tipton about GOP's proposed budget

  • Governor Hickenlooper returns from trade visit to India
  • Inside Energy profile of North Fork Valley coal mining scene
  • Both Colorado Senators vote the party line on Trump budget
  • Glance at area high school football scoreboard

  • Congress looks to curtail power of President to use 1906 Antiquities Act
  • Formal murder charges filed in deaths of two Norwood girls
  • Premiums in Western Colorado to skyrocket after Trump's executive order
  • Governor Hickenlooper's response to Trump's moves to kill ACA

  • Governor John Hickenlooper reaches out to Nevada governor
  • Special session fails to take any action, closes after second day
  • Marijuana tax loophole will be addressed in regular session
  • Montrose High School boys golf team wins 4A state championship

  • Governor Hickenlooper calls for special session, opens today
  • Lawmakers divided over purpose, funding of special session
  • Affordable housing plans across Colorado
  • Portion of KDNK interview with official calling for firing of FCC Director

  • Governor Hickenlooper moves forward with bipartisan health care plan
  • Solar tariffs threaten energy infrastructure, jobs in Colorado
  • Capitol Coverage of the possible repeal of DACA
  • Children of immigrants in Colorado face uncertainty as they plan for college

  • Diane Mitsch Bush, candidate for District 3, visits North Fork Valley
  • Governor John Hickenlooper statement on Graham Cassidy bill
  • Marijuana taxes go to funding homeless shelters in Denver
  • Taylor Park Reservoir closed to boating on Oct. 2nd

  • Governor Hickenlooper calls special session for 2nd time in his tenure
  • Lawmakers predict special session will reopen complicated budget debate
  • Delta County Economic Development executive director steps down

  • Lt. Governor Donna Lynne will run for governor's chair
  • Reclamation crews assembling at Paonia Dam and Reservoir
  • Governor Hickenlooper presents health care plan to Congress
  • State Capitol hosts committee on wildfire prevention
  • Two girls, aged 5 to 10, found dead in Norwood

  • Western Slope coal country looks to replace lost jobs
  • Towns around Western Colorado seek economic drivers to replace coal
  • Governor Hickenlooper goes to Congress to pitch health care fix
  • Parks and Wildlife recommends hunters prepare for big game seasons

  • Governors Hickenlooper and Kasich spearhead bipartisan health care plan
  • 8 Governors support health plan to be introduced before Congress next week
  • West Elk Walk In Clinic now open in Paonia
  • Delta County Memorial Hospital opens clinics in Paonia, Hotchkiss
  • Montrose changes garbage collection schedule for Labor Day

  • Hickenlooper makes no promises regarding run for VP on Unity Ticket
  • Colorado River supplies drinking water to 40 million people
  • Agencies, ranchers, farmers all changing irrigation techniques to lower salt
  • Broomfield one of many communities on Front Range near new oil and gas wells

  • Critics contend Gov. Hickenlooper's fracking regulations not strong enough
  • Senator Michael Bennet talks fracking, environment at Aspen town hall
  • Anglers, beer brewers team up to protest rollback of clean water regulations
  • Ute Council Tree to be taken down Friday morning outside of Delta

  • New laws aim to crack down on illegal pot grows
  • Marble hosts new farmer's market starting Saturday
  • Governor Hickenlooper signs controversial asset seizure bill
  • Paonia Town council meets tonight

  • Governor signs spending bill into law
  • Hospitals, schools benefit from new law; transportation needs more
  • Arkansas River tourism industry similar to Colorado, Gunnison Rivers
  • Climate change impacts river flow in Colorado Basins

  • Governor Hickenlooper signs budget into law
  • Innovative new farm and school set to open near Paonia
  • Colorado and Arkansas Rivers flow less because of climate change
  • Paonia wins 2A state baseball championship

  • CU Boulder dance troupe in Paonia for workshops, performance
  • Governor Hickenlooper to visit Western Slope this weekend
  • Boulder conference says Rocky Mountain Region perfect for new economy
  • Storms cause rescheduling for high school track, baseball state tournaments

  • Governor orders safety check of oil and gas wells
  • Climate change in the West impacts upon wine growers

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