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Dennis Anderson

  • Two Republican attorneys filed a lawsuit in Denver District Court last week challenging petition signatures Don Coram used to get his name onto the Republican Party ballot in the June primary race for the Third Congressional District. Plus, since 2021, Republicans have created a wave of new laws targeting the LGBTQ community. But as Bert Johnson reports, some nonbinary, trans, gay and bisexual candidates are pushing back in this year’s elections.
  • Kate Redmond reports two new trustees were seated and a housing assessment grant for the town of Paonia was discussed at the latest meeting. Plus, Montrose School District held a ribbon cutting event last week for Outer Range, the new outdoor learning center. We get an update on the effort from program manager Keely Vaughan.
  • KVNF’s Gavin Dahl speaks to Dennis Anderson, the publisher of the Montrose Press and the Delta County Independent, about his column, OPINION: It’s time to move on from Boebert’s antics. Anderson gushed about Lauren Boebert last summer, but has now declared he is one of a growing number of conservatives who have had enough of her antics.