Courtesy of Bruce Noble

Bruce Noble is the retired superintendent of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and Curecanti Recreation Area. He and an all-star team of other veteran leaders with a combined 179 years of service to the national park system are advocating for passage of the CORE Act by Congress.

  • Updated COVID-19 numbers for the region
  • Bureau of Land Management dispute with conservation groups headed to court
  • Retired Black Canyon National Park superintendent Bruce Noble speaks with Gavin Dahl about why he and other Park Service veterans are advocating for Congress to pass the CORE Act
  • Paonia Town Administrator Corinne Ferguson speaks with Jodi Peterson about new voluntary water restriction

  • Two schools in Palisade get a deep clean after students go home sick
  • New analysis of Colorado River suggests water users face dwindling supplies
  • Interview with Colorado Sun reporter about CORE Act in the Senate

  • Governor Jared Polis releases his proposed budget for next year
  • Arrested man intended to bomb a synagogue in Pueblo
  • CORE Act will go to Senate after party line passage in House
  • Program to protect against fraud, scams launched in Grand Junction

  • Lawmakers will press forward with 5 school safety bills in next session
  • Gunnison Sage Grouse of Western Slope one of nation's rarest birds
  • US House passes CORE Act; Senate will take up Colorado economy bill
  • Trump Administration wants to roll back restrictions on coal industry
  • Paonia Town Council will discuss rate increases for all utilities tonight