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Bureau of Land Management

  • May is known as Mental Health Awareness Month and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, and it is also Older Americans Month. This year the theme is Age My Way. Gavin Dahl asked Eva Veitch, director of community living services at the council of governments known as Region 10, to tell us more.
  • The Delta County Planning Commission hears more about public support for solar energy, and signals upcoming limits to public access by ending online meeting attendance. Kate Redmond reports. Plus, the housing crunch has folks looking to public lands as a place to live.
  • The Delta County Planning Commission hears more about public support for solar energy, and signals upcoming limits to public access by ending online meeting attendance. Kate Redmond reports. Plus, the housing crunch has folks looking to public lands as a place to live.
  • As the old saying goes, whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting over. Sometimes that struggle gets personal. Kate Redmond reports on the slaughter of beavers who dam up irrigation in Crawford. Plus several Colorado lawmakers are working from home this week. But party leaders cannot say whether the higher rate of virtual participation is because of a COVID outbreak at the Capitol. Scott Franz reports.
  • As the old saying goes, whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting over. Sometimes that struggle gets personal. Kate Redmond reports on the slaughter of beavers who dam up irrigation in Crawford. Plus several Colorado lawmakers are working from home this week. But party leaders cannot say whether the higher rate of virtual participation is because of a COVID outbreak at the Capitol. Scott Franz reports.
  • Congressmember Lauren Boebert is attacking her Republican primary challenger, State Senator Don Coram. Her media blitz includes an ad disguised as a news headline above the masthead on the Sunday edition of the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel. Plus, the one-year anniversary of the insurrection in the U.S. Capitol has come and gone. But anger on the far-right continues to simmer, especially here in the West where extremists have been active for many years. That includes Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his family members who have battled with the feds over the use of public lands.
  • Congressmember Lauren Boebert is attacking her Republican primary challenger, State Senator Don Coram. Her media blitz includes an ad disguised as a news headline above the masthead on the Sunday edition of the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel. Plus, the one-year anniversary of the insurrection in the U.S. Capitol has come and gone. But anger on the far-right continues to simmer, especially here in the West where extremists have been active for many years. That includes Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his family members who have battled with the feds over the use of public lands.
  • Federal law enforcement arrested a Telluride man over the weekend for his alleged involvement in the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol. Plus, bridge work on highway 92 over the Gunnison River near Delta is underway. CDOT’s senior historian tells KVNF the bridge adoption we reported on back in May is happening after all, with the City of Delta and Montrose County taking the historic trusses from the old bridge.
  • Former Dominion Voting executive files new defamation suitBLM seeks input on plan for camping permits along lower Gunnison River Delta finalizes new…
  • Colorado COVID hospitalizations at highest point of 2021Outbreaks in Colorado schools have risen for 8 weeks in a row with 3000 children testing positive…