Burma

  • Fort Lewis College now has most diverse student body ever
  • Journalist & former Telluride resident Danny Fenster still in custody in military-ruled Burma
  • OSHA fines JBS Foods in Greeley & Shelton Land and Cattle in LaSalle for deadly incidents
  • Kate Redmond reports on the latest from Paonia in Motion
  • Delta County voter service and polling center moving from courthouse to Human Services Building
  • KVNF News asked 6 candidates for 2 seats on Delta School Board to tell us why they're running

  

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  • Journalist & former Telluride resident Danny Fenster has contracted COVID in a Burmese prison
  • Delta variant of COVID showing up not only in Mesa County, but Delta County too
  • Olathe sweet corn harvest is underway, with 26 million ears headed to consumers in 30 states
  • KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh speaks to state climatologist Dr. Russ Schumacker about La Niña weather

  

  • Journalist & former Telluride resident Dan Fenster detained by Burmese authorities 
  • CPW transferring fish to Sweitzer Lake State Park
  • Cedaredge trustees select Bruce Joss as new municipal judge
  • Grand Junction hosts listening sessions on retail marijuana regulations
  • Montrose Library returning to full open hours next week, seeking board candidates
  • Gov. Polis announces Colorado Comeback Cash program to incentivize vaccination

Kate Redmond

This week on a special edition of Wildcard, KVNF's Kate Redmond interviews a Colorado woman just evacuated from Burma, and a Delta resident from Burma's Karen State.