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  • Campbell Ranch, historic agricultural property in the North Fork Valley, is now under a Conservation Easement. Kate Redmond speaks to Colorado West Land Trust conservation director Ilana Moir. Plus, Montrose Library is kicking off a series of summer adventures. Youth services librarian James Stetson drops by Studio M to outline half a dozen fun events for children of all ages in June and July.
  • There will be no Town of Paonia special election in May. Kate Redmond reports on the results of a special meeting Monday night. Then as KVNF News continues interviewing each candidate for Colorado’s Third Congressional District, today Gavin Dahl speaks to Democrat Debby Burnett.
  • There will be no Town of Paonia special election in May. Kate Redmond reports on the results of a special meeting Monday night. Then as KVNF News continues interviewing each candidate for Colorado’s Third Congressional District, today Gavin Dahl speaks to Democrat Debby Burnett.
  • Delta County might be adding to its fleet of vehicles by buying a semi-truck to haul dumpsters. Kate Redmond reports from the County Commissioner meeting. Plus, most Crested Butte residents want to fight climate change. But some people weren’t happy with the purchase of a new electric vehicle by local law enforcement. For our Rocky Mountain Community Radio collaboration on fossil fuel transitions, KBUT’s Christopher Biddle reports on what might have caused the backlash.
  • Delta County might be adding to its fleet of vehicles by buying a semi-truck to haul dumpsters. Kate Redmond reports from the County Commissioner meeting. Plus, most Crested Butte residents want to fight climate change. But some people weren’t happy with the purchase of a new electric vehicle by local law enforcement. For our Rocky Mountain Community Radio collaboration on fossil fuel transitions, KBUT’s Christopher Biddle reports on what might have caused the backlash.
  • 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.
  • State Senator Chris Hansen (D-Denver) shares an update on the state’s Joint Budget Committee and talks about his bipartisan legislation modernizing electric transmission infrastructure to meet clean energy goals in Colorado. Plus KVNF's Gavin Dahl asks him what he wants voters in the Third Congressional District to know about working across the aisle with State Senator Don Coram (R-Montrose), who is expected to challenge Lauren Boebert in the 2022 Congressional election.
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