Fort Lewis College

  • 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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  • Grand Mesa Nordic Council announces logging trucks on Scales Lake Road delayed until next season
  • Senator Michael Bennet applauds inclusion of Thompson Divide protections in House reconciliation bill
  • Fort Lewis College removes historically inaccurate plaque, led by Ute Mountain Ute tribal members
  • Governor Jared Polis outlines COVID booster shot rollout to general public
  • Sarah Hamma of CDPHE explains state's new COVID testing program in schools

  

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  • Uncompahgre Valley Water Users Association turns on water for canals
  • Though Governor relaxed statewide mask mandate for counties in level green, masks are still required in schools & health care facilities, plus all public places in 33 counties at level blue, yellow, and orange
  • Lawmakers debate state budget this week
  • Laura Palmisano reports road accessing Lake San Cristobal finally gets repairs
  • KSUT's Sarah Flower asks Fort Lewis College president Tom Stritikus about becoming first in Colorado requiring COVID vaccination for Fall semester