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  • It has taken less than a week of their new legislative session for Colorado lawmakers to start shouting matches. Capitol Coverage reporter Scott Franz explains. Plus, fire mitigation efforts such as forest thinning are becoming more important, but a lot of wood ends up in landfills. KSUT’s Sarah Flower visited the facility of a Durango company, working to change that, for our Rocky Mountain Community Radio collaboration on fossil fuel transitions.
  • It has taken less than a week of their new legislative session for Colorado lawmakers to start shouting matches. Capitol Coverage reporter Scott Franz explains. Plus, fire mitigation efforts such as forest thinning are becoming more important, but a lot of wood ends up in landfills. KSUT’s Sarah Flower visited the facility of a Durango company, working to change that, for our Rocky Mountain Community Radio collaboration on fossil fuel transitions.
  • Today, we hear part two of Gavin Dahl's interview with the new CEO of Delta Montrose Electric Association. Alyssa Clemsen Roberts talks about prioritizing renewable energy sources, the new Garnet Mesa Solar Array, and what’s next for Elevate broadband. Plus, Kate Redmond reports Delta County Commissioners made several decisions of note at their meeting last week.
  • News director Gavin Dahl asks new DMEA CEO Alyssa Clemsen Roberts about the cyber attack and impact on operations. Billing and payment processing resume today.
  • When the town of Crested Butte declared a housing emergency last summer, it opened the door to unique solutions. The first was to purchase a bed and breakfast to convert into housing for seasonal workers. Converting hotels to housing isn’t new, but it’s a growing trend in mountain communities. The next story in Rocky Mountain Community Radio’s reporting collaboration on affordable housing, funded by the Solutions Journalism Network is from reporter Stephanie Maltarich.
  • High Country News reports the National Park Service buried an internal study showing harassmentDMEA investigating targeted effort to access data on its…
  • CDOT says I-70 should reopen through Glenwood Canyon by Saturday nightRural Utilities Service awards $10.5M to Elevate for Pea Green, East Delta…
  • This week on Local Motion, we get to know Steve Metheny, the new director of the Montrose campus of Colorado Mesa University. Metheny has been teaching…
  • Town of Paonia offering retail marijuana applicationsFamily of Paige Schmidt Pierce intends to sue Delta County, undeterred by autopsy reportDMEA…
  • Colorado will continue paying federal unemployment benefits until SeptemberMiddle Colorado Watershed Council receives grant from River District & USGS for…