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  • The Town of Paonia's Board endured three abrupt resignations in the past four months. Kate Redmond reports on Thursday, trustees discussed slowing down and codifying how board resignations happen. Plus, schools have become contentious. COVID regulations and mask mandates led to contested school board elections. Districts have also been a battle ground when it comes to discussions of race, LGBTQ rights, and mental health. Districts face challenges from parents claiming they have broken the law and are liable for damages. Now, as KOTO's Julia Caulfield reports, Telluride School District is part of that conversation.
  • The Town of Paonia's Board endured three abrupt resignations in the past four months. Kate Redmond reports on Thursday, trustees discussed slowing down and codifying how board resignations happen. Plus, schools have become contentious. COVID regulations and mask mandates led to contested school board elections. Districts have also been a battle ground when it comes to discussions of race, LGBTQ rights, and mental health. Districts face challenges from parents claiming they have broken the law and are liable for damages. Now, as KOTO's Julia Caulfield reports, Telluride School District is part of that conversation.
  • Colorado Farm & Food Alliance applauds review of Interior Dept oil & gas leasing programsCPW studying why elk in Avalanche Creek herd are rejecting their…
  • Home sales are booming in the West despite the economic downturn. In Colorado, sales broke records last month. Realtors across the state say they are…
  • Montrose County Public Health reported 5 new COVID-19 cases since Aug. 10Bureau of Reclamation increasing releases into Gunnison RiverPoll finds Mitsch…
  • The rural homeless often crash with friends or stay in cheap motels on cold nights due to a lack of shelters. But this means homeless tallies miss them — and the state gets less funding to help them.
  • Mesa Sheriff’s Deputy shot, suspect under arrestFormer Western Slope doctor sentenced to prison for pain pill prescriptionsReport calls for big housing…
  • "Colorful Colorado" may one day need to be referred to as "Crowded Colorado," given the number of people expected to soon move here. Weld County's...
  • Some local laws make it illegal to sleep or eat outside. Advocates have fought these laws in court. Now, the federal government is taking a stance, pushing ways to help, not criminalize, the homeless.
  • Each year, thousands of tourists flock to Crested Butte, a mountain resort town on the Western Slope. This July, saw more people recreating in and around…