Colorado Outdoors

Courtesy of The Learning Council

  • This week is Paonia's annual spring clean-up
  • FLEX buildings at Colorado Outdoors in Montrose on schedule
  • Delta honoring sugar beet industry with mural at Pocket Park
  • Grand Junction cops sue city
  • Telluride Foundation CEO stepping down
  • 3 Colorado cities join Age-Friendly Communities network
  • Kate Redmond shares audio from demonstrations outside Delta County School Board meeting

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  • Gov. Polis expects Colorado will continue Johnson & Johnson vaccines soon
  • Montrose approves incentives, tax increment financing loan for new Colorado Yurt Company HQ
  • Sen. Hickenlooper hosts first town hall since being elected tonight at 6
  • New bill at statehouse seeks to give Colorado youth free access to mental health services
  • Moms and Students Demand Action for Gun Sense gathered at Boulder's municipal building Monday, urging legislation to implement more robust background checks on gun purchases

  

Anne Landman

  • Montrose broke ground on a new development at the Colorado Outdoors site & a new Public Safety Complex downtown
  • Montrose City Council members nominated Doug Glaspell as new mayor
  • Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission voted unanimously to remove chair
  • Firefighters warn this year's conditions will be just as bad if not worse than last year
  • Grand Junction blogger Anne Landman reflects on the city's changing politics, as voters this week repealed a ban on retail marijuana & rejected a slate of conservative candidates

Grey Wolf Studio / Colorado Yurt Company

  • Montrose hopes to administer 1000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine Friday
  • Construction begins March 15th on Little Blue Creek Canyon project between Montrose & Gunnison
  • Tri-County Health Network opening new office in Montrose 
  • Colorado Yurt Company CEO John Gibson shares his vision for a new headquarters in the Colorado Outdoors complex along the Uncompahgre River, and KVNF outlines their asks of the city

  

Grey Wolf Studio / Colorado Yurt Company

On Monday, March 1st, Colorado Yurt Company owner and CEO John Gibson made a business development presentation to the Montrose City Council at their work session. He is proposing a new building in the Colorado Outdoors complex along the Uncompahgre River, breaking ground this summer, and seeking a million dollars in cash and in-kind support from the city. KVNF News Director speaks to Gibson about the plan.

  • Gov. Polis announces more funding for organizations helping with pandemic relief
  • Montrose County provides grants to small businesses in Region 10
  • Montrose County applies for more marijuana enforcement funding
  • Colorado Outdoors project in Montrose makes progress on trail, river restoration and housing
  • Neighboring Idaho counties with different COVID-19 policies have very different hospitalization rates
  • College towns sound very different without marching bands for football