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  • Journalist Stephanie Maltarich will be producing KVNF Regional Newscasts for a few weeks while the station hires our next news director. A new project at Western Colorado University in Gunnison wants to help Ukrainians charge their cellphones -- something that can be challenging without proper equipment. Christopher Biddle from KBUT has the story. Plus, Caitlin Tan from the Mountain West News Bureau reports on how inflation prices are affecting farmers in the West.
  • Third congressional district primary candidates are meeting tonight at 6 at a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of Colorado. Lucas Brady Woods sits down with the League’s president, Karen Sheek. Plus, Scott Franz reports some Colorado lawmakers say they want to pass new laws promoting abortion access if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down federal protections.
  • Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters and deputy Belinda Knisley will not be allowed to oversee elections for a second year in a row, a district court judge ruled yesterday. Plus, Colorado is poised to take an unusual step in granting state lawmakers paid parental leave. Robyn Vincent reports the move highlights a legacy of female political representation. Also, Kate Redmond speaks with one of the Paonia Town Trustees, seated since the recent election.
  • Next in our series of interviews with candidates vying for Lauren Boebert's seat in Congress, Kate Redmond speaks to Montrose Republican state senator Don Coram about why he entered the primary. Plus, Republican Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters is now back out of jail.
  • Next in our series of interviews with candidates vying for Lauren Boebert's seat in Congress, Kate Redmond speaks to Montrose Republican state senator Don Coram about why he entered the primary. Plus, Republican Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters is now back out of jail.
  • Next in our series of interviews with candidates vying for Lauren Boebert's seat in Congress, Gavin Dahl speaks to Scott Yates. He was born in Glenwood Springs, reported for the Durango Herald, wrote a book about water, and now lives in Pueblo. Plus, a new study shows Colorado food assistance recipients have to pay back money far more often than in other states. But fraud is usually not the reason. Kate Redmond explains.
  • Nearly two dozen bighorn sheep got helicopter rides last week, part of an ongoing effort to re-establish native species in their historic habitat. Kate Redmond reports. Plus, the utility cooperative Holy Cross Energy provides electricity to over 40,000 people from Aspen to Vail to Parachute. For Rocky Mountain Community Radio’s collaboration on fossil fuel transitions, Aspen Public Radio’s Halle Zander reports on their progress on a plan to provide 100 percent renewable energy to members by 2030.
  • Nearly two dozen bighorn sheep got helicopter rides last week, part of an ongoing effort to re-establish native species in their historic habitat. Kate Redmond reports. Plus, the utility cooperative Holy Cross Energy provides electricity to over 40,000 people from Aspen to Vail to Parachute. For Rocky Mountain Community Radio’s collaboration on fossil fuel transitions, Aspen Public Radio’s Halle Zander reports on their progress on a plan to provide 100 percent renewable energy to members by 2030.
  • Tracy Ihnot is communications coordinator for Delta County Libraries. KVNF’s Gavin Dahl caught up with her to get a sense of some numbers that reflect how much the libraries were used last year.
  • Tracy Ihnot is communications coordinator for Delta County Libraries. KVNF’s Gavin Dahl caught up with her to get a sense of some numbers that reflect how much the libraries were used last year.