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  • Today you’ll hear from Maeve Conran, managing editor for the Rocky Mountain Community Radio Coalition. Maeve will discuss a variety of topics hitting the region, from legislation around gender affirming surgery for trans youth, to how students marched on the Colorado state legislature demanding action around gun violence.
  • Today we continue our coverage on the shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs over the weekend. Delta Pride will host a Club Q vigil on Sunday, November 26 at 5:30 p.m. at the Delta Chamber of Commerce.
  • The LGBTQ community nationwide and in Colorado mourns another senseless shooting at a Colorado Springs night club over the weekend. A 22 year old gunman killed at least 5 patrons and wounded 25 others around midnight on Saturday. Paonia Trustees are considering three finalists for town administrator, reports the Delta County Independent. The three applicants are Guy Patterson, Evan Bolt and Melissa Fields-Allgeyer. Delta Health received its first sales tax payment in the amount of $318,000, The money was tallied nearly four months after voters approved the hospital’s 0.8% sales tax initiative. The City of Montrose saw increases in tax collections across the board during the third quarter of 2022.
  • Flynn Rodriguez joins Taya Jae On Local Motion to discuss growing up in the North Fork Valley, valuable lessons learned along the way and what's next.
  • In celebration of Pride month, an award winning film screens this weekend at the Paradise Theatre in Paonia.
  • With about 82-thousand wild horses and burros on public lands, researchers are looking for options to address the overpopulation. A recent study examined how castration impacts behavior and herd growth. Emma Gibson of the Mountain West News Bureau will bring us that story. Then Kate Redmond interviews filmmaker Anton Dudly, writer, director and performer on his film The Dutches Carpathia Bouffray, Alternative FAQs. The film will enjoy its Colorado Premier at Paonia’s Paradise Theater this weekend. It was the Official Selection of Beyond the Curve International Film Festival in Paris, and named Finalist for Best Queer Narrative.
  • Chris Miller, director of Delta’s historic Fort Uncompahgre on the Old Spanish Trail interpretive center, speaks with Gavin Dahl about the big event Saturday evening in celebration of a new outdoor performance stage. Donny Morales kicks off the free Center Stage at the Fort music series. Plus, Mountain West News Bureau's Kaleb Roedel looks at how states in our region rate in a new report evaluating the business climate for LGBTQ people across the country.
  • Ballots for Colorado’s upcoming primary election are being mailed out starting today. As Scott Franz reports, voters also face a deadline today to switch their party affiliation. Plus, some states will quickly restrict abortion if Roe versus Wade is overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. The Mountain West News Bureau’s Robyn Vincent reports the fight to preserve abortion access in our region reflects a divided nation.
  • June is Pride month. Kate Redmond speaks with Dr. Lynda Spann about emotional and mental health in the LGBTQ community. Plus, planning to visit Lake San Cristobal in Hinsdale County this summer? There are new rules for the lake and other area recreation sites. Laura Palmisano reports. Learn more here.
  • June is Pride month. This year, Paonia will celebrate the LGBTQ community in a special way. Kate Redmond reports. Plus, Telluride has been hosting Mountainfilm, a film festival celebrating indomitable spirit, since 1979. This past weekend’s schedule was jam-packed with world premieres of powerful new documentaries. Gavin Dahl shares a recap.