Colorado Snowpack Report

  • Hickenlooper drops out of Presidential race, may still run for Senate
  • Montrose groups stepping up to fill void in food services for homeless
  • Heavy snowpack from winter not enough to fill Colorado Reservoirs
  • Police body cam footage from Aug. 3 Colorado Springs shooting made public
  • Three West Nile Virus positive mosquitoes identified in Delta, Mesa counties

  • Jared Polis to meet with 11 other Western governors in Vail
  • Prisons in Colorado turning into defacto mental health clinics
  • Snowpack melting quickly, rivers up all around the state
  • Gunnison County river closures made due to safety threat

  • Governor Polis signs equal pay bill into law
  • Snowpack around state at 202 percent of normal
  • Feature story on upcoming fire season in the area

  • Senate Bill 181 would redefine oil and gas regulations
  • House Bill 1177, the Red Flag Bill, causing counties to endorse sanctuaries
  • Record snowpack might be enough to fill Lake Mead, Colorado Rivershed
  • CDOT continues avalanche mitigation work on Red Mountain Pass

  • Grantham says Senate procedures not going to change after historic vote
  • Zombie Trailers in Naturita causing problems for town officials
  • Snowpack melting faster due to dust in snow

  • Election on April 3, local towns have full ballots
  • Measuring snowpack an ongoing project
  • Dust from Southwest is melting snowpack faster than normal

  • High Country News shifts some staff to Gunnison
  • Groups around the state create map to end hunger
  • Snowpack near 60 percent of median, lowest in 37 years

Looking Ahead To Dry Spring, Summer

Apr 14, 2015
Jessica Reeder via Flickr (CC BY

Spring is in full effect, and it seems to have a head start. 

KVNF Regional Newscast: Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Feb 5, 2014


  • Colorado Snowpack Report with Jim Pokrandt of Colorado River District
  • Gun Bill Takes Center Stage at State Capitol on Monday
  • North Fork Valley receives Delta County Conservation Trust ¬†Money