On this edition of Local Motion, KVNF's Lisa Young interviews Jackie Felix, administrator of the Delta County Detention Center Jail Based Behavioral Health Services program and Joel Watts, owner/founder of Integrated Insight Community Care in Delta.
The Colorado Outdoors business complex in Montrose is growing quickly. This includes its developing medical center, which is slated to start taking patients next year. Paonia is considering traffic law changes to enhance safety, responding to citizen requests. A high school student was injured while crossing South Fifth Street in Montrose last week.
Burning Man was back in the news last month as fires, protests and rainstorms disrupted the decades-old counterculture event. Yet even as storms and mud overtook the Black Rock Desert, the community prevailed, forging connections amidst the muck, writes contributor Dennis Hinkamp.
John Fayhee joins Taya Jae to discuss his most recent book, A Long Tangent: Musings by an old man & his young dog hiking every day for a year and the responsibility of the recreationists to preserve and protect the places we love.
On today’s Farm Friday, KVNF’s Cassie Knust spent a very colorful day in Olathe last Saturday covering Argicola, a tribute and celebration of the region's diverse agricultural workers. KVNF's Cassie Knust shares comments from Angeles Mendez, president of the Western Colorado Migrant and Rural Coalition, reminded the community that migrant ag workers are sacrificing more than ever when it comes to producing our food and oftentimes, they can’t even afford the food they’re picking.
After months of discussion and debate, Delta City Councilors agreed to place a simple “yes” or “no” question approving or denying retail marijuana within city limits on the April 2024 election ballot. The expansion of the Montrose Regional Airport is clear for takeoff. After roughly a year-and-a-half of construction the 37-million-dollar project is drawing to a close.
Paul Reich of Axis Health System walks KVNF's Cassie Knust through options available to community members in the region seeking help when it comes to suicide prevention. Housing in Montrose has been identified as a top priority based on community surveys, with housing consistently ranking as the primary concern. Cassie recently spoke with Montrose officials about the county and city’s efforts in responding to the local crisis.
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