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Claudia Garcia Curzio

  • KVNF wins 12 awards from Society of Professional Journalists
  • Paonia in Motion launches community survey
  • Former Paonia police officer & Cedaredge High School tutor Shawn Sanchez arrested on suspicion of sex offenses against teen girl
  • Holy Cross Energy & CMC team up on large photovoltaic solar array near Glenwood
  • Democrats introduce 3 bills to prevent gun violence, reject assault weapon ban idea
  • Shannon Dean, new director of San Miguel Resource Center talks about Sexual Assault Awareness Month & their confidential support line is a

Adam Smith

The news department at KVNF Mountain Grown Public Radio was recognized by the Colorado Broadcasters Association with four awards on Monday, April 19th.

On this week's Local Motion, Gavin Dahl hosts a reporter roundtable with two of the area's most prolific journalists, Katharhynn Heidelberg from Montrose Press and Lisa Young from Delta County Independent. The trio discuss a dozen stories covered recently in the local papers. 

  • Delta County moves to High Risk level orange on COVID dial
  • Governor Jared Polis tests positive for COVID, asymptomatic, working remotely
  • New state task force hopes to help schools return to in-person learning safely
  • Lawmakers return to Capitol for special session on coronavirus relief spending
  • Update on historical monuments removed this year
  • Senator Michael Bennet hears input on Future of Local News Commission Act from news leaders

Gavin Dahl

  • Local newspapers decline while partisan online news sites thrive
  • More Americans are falling behind on mortgage payments
  • Near Cortez, plans for a sustainable community "orchard hub"
  • Interview with U.S. Senator Michael Bennet

Headlines

  • West Fork Fire Complex Grows to Over 110,000 Acres, 20% Contained
  • Murdered 49-year-old Woman was Reported Missing in Mesa County 
  • State's First Human West Nile Case Reported
  • New Legislation Pushes Tougher Standards for Homeowners' Associations
  • Colorado's Moose Population Up 35%
  • Last Day of Paonia Cherry Days 

CBS Denver

Summer is waning, and the Western Slope is already starting to feel some fall weather. But Delta County is still a breeding spot for mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus. KVNF’s Marty Durlin reports.

KVNF Local Newscast: Monday, September 24, 2012

Sep 24, 2012

  • Fire NW of Glenwood Springs Doubles Size
  • Chimney Rock Now A National Monument
  • Colorado Counties Challenged On Voter Roles
  • Colorado Towns Seek "Coolest Small Town" Title