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KVNF Regional Newscast: January 27, 2022

David Atkins
  • Tuxedo Corn in Olathe and the Western Colorado Migrant Coalition established a fund at Alpine Bank for the families of three workers killed in December
  • Telluride Foundation launches sales website for deed-restricted affordable housing coming soon to Norwood
  • BLM plans to permanently remove at least 19,000 wild horses and burros this year from public lands
  • Scott Franz reports party leaders can't say whether the higher rate of virtual participation is due to a COVID outbreak at the State Capitol
  • Kate Redmond reports on the slaughter of beavers who dam up irrigation ditches in Crawford
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Gavin Dahl is a writer and producer with a passion for community media. He worked for KVNF from July 2020 to July 2022. He won awards and recognition for his KVNF reporting from the Colorado Broadcasters Association and Society of Professional Journalists. His writing has been published by The Montrose Press, The Sopris Sun, Boulder Weekly, Raw Story, Radio Survivor, Boise Weekly, and The Austin American-Statesman. He graduated from The Evergreen State College with a BA in media production and community organizing.
Kate Redmond was reared on a ranch in Routt County, Colorado in a large and boisterous family. Kate has enjoyed a career in audio and lighting, with previous stints at The Vilar Performing Arts Center, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, and Strings Pavilion. Her interests include alpine skiing, yoga, poetry, mosaics, and she's currently writing a memoir about her time in Uruguay. After several years as a KVNF volunteer, she joined the staff in December 2020. She left the KVNF staff at the end of June, 2022, to take a position at KSUT in Ignacio, CO.
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