Crawford

Kori Stanton

  • Now 10 cases of West Nile in Delta County
  • North Fork Emergency Medical sets up permanent base in Crawford
  • State allows West Elk Coal Mine to use new road and drill pads
  • CU-Boulder study confirms aerosols spread COVID-19
  • Poll: Many Coloradans don't want COVID vaccine
  • Postal service settles suit by Secretary of State over confusing USPS mailers
  • Kori Stanton speaks with Colorado Farm & Food Alliance at gleaning party in Paonia

  

  • Firefighters got a new wildfire near Carbondale under control quickly
  • Paonia, Hotchkiss, Crawford ask residents to reduce water use
  • Jere Lowe will challenge Wendell Koontz for Delta County Commission
  • Montrose, Olathe sales tax up during June
  • Paonia, Grand Junction will vote on new ballot measures
  • Local residents Bob Kalenak, Allison Elliot, Thomas Markle, Danielle Carre share their concerns about Land Use Code changes proposed by Delta County ahead of public comment deadline

The Wildcard Hour: Wild West Still Alive in Crawford

Mar 30, 2018
Ewelina Bajda

The town of Crawford, like many other rural areas,  has limited resources for law enforcement.  Crawford's mayor, Delta county sheriffs and residents share stories about how the lack of police presence affects them. 

  • State senator accused of workplace harassment after using the wrong bathroom
  • Candidates for Crawford Town Council address public questions
  • Six candidates running for four open seats on Crawford board, ballots due April 3rd
  • Budget forecast for state makes things easier for lawmakers

KVNF Regional Newscast: December 21, 2016

Dec 21, 2016

  • Hotchkiss to repair water tower
  • Crawford gets sued
  • Poor in ski towns not getting benefits
  • Holiday hours announced in Delta, Montrose
  • Republican voters favor renewable energy development

KVNF Regional Newscast: November 2, 2016

Nov 4, 2016

  • Paonia Public Works dealing with water breaks
  • Petition launched to recall Crawford Mayor Gofforth
  • Capitol Coverage investigates ballot security
  • Salmon population in Blue Mesa Reservoir rebounds

vote, flag, voting
Laura Palmisano / KVNF

Voters across the Western Slope overwhelming approved broadband measures. 

Communities across the region asked residents to opt-out of Senate Bill 152. The decade-old state law prevents local governments from providing internet services or spending money on broadband infrastructure unless residents overturn it.  

Voters in Gunnison, Delta and Ouray Counties approved opt-out measures. Residents in Crested Butte, Paonia, Hotchkiss, Crawford, Cedaredge, Delta, Ridgway, Ouray and Telluride also passed similar ballot issues.  

KVNF Regional Newscast: Monday, Sept. 28, 2015

Sep 28, 2015

  • Missing boy from Crawford returns home
  • Livestock disease still widespread, but new infections might be slowing down
  • Signatures hold up connecting Norwood to high-speed internet
  • Program looks to teach residents about local food
  • Governor Hickenlooper looks to change TABOR
  • Roadwork continues for Western Slope

Bear Cubs Trapped In Crawford

Jul 28, 2014

A mother bear and her two cubs were causing trouble around Crawford, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

J. Wenum, the game manager for the North Fork Valley and Gunnison Basin, said the bears were reported last week. 

Pioneer Days Comes To Crawford

Jun 18, 2014

Summer festivals are in full swing across the Western Slope.  KVNF’s Jake Ryan brings us this report from Crawford.

Veterans Host Memorial Day Service In Crawford

May 27, 2014
Laura Palmisano

Over 60 people attended a Memorial Day service at the Crawford Cemetery on Sunday. 

Headlines

  • Judge Delays Trial of Heather Jensen Until January
  • Group Opposed to Christo's Arkansas River Installation Continues Fight
  • Delta County Pays $10,000 Retainer for Denver Legal Firm in Hen House Case
  • Crawford Continues Discussion on Municipal Court
  • Colorado Gears Up for Move to All-Mail Ballots

Dave Gallob

This week's episode of Local Motion features a sampling of literary voices from our community. 

 

  • Restorative Justice considered in Crawford
  • Atchley disputes BLM draft plan in Dominguez Escalante Conservation Area
  • BLM to hold advisory council meeting in Ridgway
  • Local farmers await Congressional action on Farm Bill
  • State readies for Affordable Care Act
  • NFMAD sprays for West Nile Virus mosquitoes in North Fork
  • Grand Junction mayor comments on abuse in the work place