water management

  • Free lunch program for kids in place at 500 Colorado locations
  • Tamarisk removal programs neglect to consider plant's positive role
  • Water managers in Phoenix debate use of Colorado River water

  • Petty and property crime, drug trafficking and mental illness on the rise in Montrose
  • Citizens, police officers ask Montrose city council for sales tax increase
  • One person's attempt to siphon Green River highlights water shortages
  • Traffic stop leads to fatality outside of Palisade

KVNF Regional Newscast: Friday, June 20, 2014

Jun 20, 2014

  Newscast

  • Man missing from Delta Found
  • Officer Shooting Update
  • Two candidates for Delta County Clerk and Recorder
  • Water management taught to students

Maeve Conran

All around Colorado new collaborations are emerging around water storage and water use.  Partnerships with reservoirs are turning out to be key in terms of environmental stewardship, river protection, and healthy communities that rely on water.  As part of the year long series Connecting the Drops, KGNUs Maeve Conran looks at some of these collaborations that have produced tangible results.

Headlines:

  • Colorado River Basin faces drastic water shortage
  • Montrose County names new Manager
  • Good Samaritans earn protections to clean up old mines
  • Weekly KVNF Sports Report

Headlines:

  • Over 150 gather in Paonia for oil and gas leasing details
  • New pot law not going to change policy at ski resorts
  • Water managers hoping for lots of snow this winter
  • Norwood teenager sentenced in assault
  • Colorado Gives Day nets record donations to charities