Madelyn Beck

Bureau of Land Management

  • Ouray County, Delta County among 20 Western Slope counties enacting fire bans
  • Delta County School Board rescind previous motion on sex ed, still may face lawsuit from nonprofit Delta County Citizen Report
  • Congressmember Lauren Boebert votes against bipartisan bill honoring DC law enforcement for defending the US Capitol from insurrection by Trump supporters on January 6th
  • Scott Franz reports on Colorado's economic forecast
  • Madelyn Beck speaks to Grand Junction residents about Bureau of Land Management headquarters

  • First pediatric COVID fatality recorded in Mesa County
  • Rep. Boebert says she's having the time of her life trolling liberals every day while taxpayers foot the bill
  • Public health officials urge precautions when traveling, even as more are vaccinated
  • As 12-15 year olds are now getting vaccinated against COVID, reporters Savannah Maher and Madelyn Beck share an audio postcard from youth in our region about their motivations for getting the shot

  • Ridgway Concert Series approved for 5 Thursdays in July
  • Aspen dropping outdoor mask mandate
  • Colorado removing pejorative language from state contracts
  • Restrictions eased on medication effective for treating opioid addiction 
  • Kathleen Burnell from the Center for Mental Health talks about why deaths of despair, from drug overdoses and suicides, are an epidemic within the pandemic

  

Madelyn Beck / Mountain West News Bureau

  • Investigation into sexual misconduct at Colorado Judiciary criticized for opacity
  • Colorado House passes bill penalizing owners who fail to report lost or stolen guns
  • Gunnison Ranger District implementing camping management this summer
  • District has a plan for displaying Paonia and Hotchkiss High trophies at new school
  • Cedaredge Community Band returns to rehearsals
  • Mountain West News Bureau's Madelyn Beck reports on spring bird migration in the region

Scott Franz

  • Delta, Ouray, Hinsdale, Gunnison County are now Green on the state's COVID dial, while Montrose, Mesa, San Miguel County are still Blue
  • Cedaredge pot shop application process opens April 2nd
  • Governor orders flags to half-staff on Saturday in honor of Chester Riley
  • New study finds listening to nature could have significant health benefits
  • Lawmakers begin debating controversial health care plan aimed at lowering costs for those who buy insurance on the individual market because they can't get it through an employer

Colorado News Connection

  • Delta County moves to Green on COVID dial [UPDATE: Restaurants no longer have capacity limits]
  • National Park Service warns of ice breaking up along shorelines of Curecanti Rec Area
  • State lawmakers from Boulder want new gun regulations
  • What you can do to help stop salmonella outbreak killing birds in the Mountain West
  • As migrant agricultural workers return, community health centers are helping distribute COVID vaccines
  • Nancy Watzman comments on on combating misinformation & disinformation at CFOIC's Sunshine Week panel 

  

Courtesy of Anti-Defamation League

  • Montrose Planning Commission approves HUB housing development with conditions
  • CASA completes capital campaign for new Delta facility
  • Paonia in Motion campaign launches to enhance public spaces
  • Gray wolf collared by CPW before fleeing back to Wyoming
  • Senator John Hickenlooper announces 4 committee assignments
  • Mountain West News Bureau: Among the right-wing groups taking part in the insurrection on January 6th, Oath Keepers was founded in our region

Kori Stanton

  • Kate Redmond interviews Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault program manager Jenna Harper about their new statewide iniative and website called You Have the Right
  • Mountain West News Bureau's Madelyn Beck checks in on COVID's impacts on the beef industry