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Ukraine

  • Kate Redmond interviews Oleksandr Vorobey from Kharkiv on the war with Russia.
  • Kate Redmond interviews Kseniya in Kyiv, who asked that her family name not be used, and Anastasiya Glotova in Lviv, who are sheltering from Russian missiles as the war enters its second month.
  • Every Friday night at 6, KVNF highlights writers. This week Aspen Daily News editor-in-chief Megan Tackett talks with Gavin Dahl about her piece on local Ukrainians, Dave Marston of Writers on the Range shares his latest column A Tale of Two Western Counties, Art Goodtimes shares his poem Avalanche, and comedian Brent Gill chats with Gavin ahead of his gig in Montrose at Healthy Rhythm Gallery.
  • Kate Redmond interviews a tour guide in Odessa, Ukraine about the shelling of an independent radio station and his family's survival strategies as Russia's war continues.
  • Many ranchers in the West see wolves as a threat to their livestock, and livelihood. But one ranch family was inspired by wolves to rethink the way they manage their land. Ashley Ahearn saddled up for the Mountain West News Bureau to tell their story, and open a three-part series on women ranchers. Plus, we hear a clip of Rain & Shine from Calla Rose Ostrander about the iconic sandhill crane.
  • Many ranchers in the West see wolves as a threat to their livestock, and livelihood. But one ranch family was inspired by wolves to rethink the way they manage their land. Ashley Ahearn saddled up for the Mountain West News Bureau to tell their story, and open a three-part series on women ranchers. Plus, we hear a clip of Rain & Shine from Calla Rose Ostrander about the iconic sandhill crane.
  • Soaring prices and a limited housing stock can make finding a place to call home difficult in Colorado’s mountain towns. But as KOTO’s Julia Caulfield reports, during this winter’s housing crisis, Telluride is trying something new to find homes for locals. Plus, Paonia Town Trustees heard from their engineer on construction priorities for work to improve water systems last week. Kate Redmond has details.
  • Soaring prices and a limited housing stock can make finding a place to call home difficult in Colorado’s mountain towns. But as KOTO’s Julia Caulfield reports, during this winter’s housing crisis, Telluride is trying something new to find homes for locals. Plus, Paonia Town Trustees heard from their engineer on construction priorities for work to improve water systems last week. Kate Redmond has details.
  • Kate Redmond interviews a man in Lviv, Western Ukraine on the Ukrainian band Dakha Brakha, media control of information, refugee movements through his city, and mutual aid to help both refugees and residents as Russia bears down.
  • Next in our series of interviews with candidates vying for Lauren Boebert's seat in Congress, Gavin Dahl speaks to Republican Marina Zimmerman. She has denounced threats of violence toward Democrats by right wing extremists and called out her fellow Republicans for downplaying the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of Donald Trump. Plus, Americans looking to support Ukrainians since the Russian invasion there have found a novel way to do that. Kate Redmond learns more from a Paonia woman.