Montrose High School

Citizens for a Healthy Community

  • Montrose High School graduate Daniel Granberg dies in Bolivia
  • Jury finds Henry Russell not guilty of attempted murder for Paonia shooting
  • Montrose mayor pro tem Dave Frank appointed chair of CML policy committee
  • Class-action lawsuit filed against state Medicaid program
  • Trooper who protects the Governor arrested, charged with felony menacing
  • Colorado hospitals show signs of stress as number of COVID patients grows
  • Citizens for a Healthy Community panel addresses climate change

  

Shamsia Hassani

  • CDPHE director estimates 99% of new COVID cases trace to the delta variant
  • Montrose High School hosting COVID vaccination clinic for students & parents, September 1 at 3pm
  • Crested Butte Conservation Corps & Forest Service steward designated campsites to rehab wild areas
  • Two former deputies convicted of manslaughter in Boulder County
  • Secretary of State launches new web domain, ColoradoSOS.gov
  • Kate Redmond interviews Colorado Mesa University student whose family lives in Kabul

Lucas Turner

  • Little Blue Creek Canyon worker Ricardo Batista died Tuesday when a huge rock fell on his excavator
  • MCSD Superintendent Carrie Stephenson now says mascot changes at Montrose High, Centennial Middle may cost $500k-$800k
  • Rio Blanco Herald Times reporter Lucas Turner reports for KVNF on the firefighting efforts to contain the Oil Springs Fire near Rangely, which came within a mile of a large natural gas processing facility

Centennial Middle School

  • Montrose Indians, Centennial Braves to change mascots by end of next school year
  • COVID made it more difficult to count low-income kids
  • Federal Court rules filming of police in public is protected by 1st amendment
  • Mesa County Public Health expanding COVID vaccination options to address spread of variant
  • After caterer drops out, Ride the Rockies overruns Ridgway restaurants
  • Governor Polis signs transportation bill
  • Kate Redmond reports on next steps for Paonia Advisory Water Committee

Lauren Boebert

  • Montrose High student tests positive for COVID-19 
  • Laurel House for homeless aged 18-24 opens in Grand Junction
  • Colorado Chief Medical Officer Eric France recommends flu shots 
  • New study shows cities with more undocumented immigrants do not have higher crime
  • Part one of KVNF's interview with Republican congressional candidate Lauren Boebert 

  

Courtesy of San Miguel County Sheriff's Office

  • When High School football games start Friday, Montrose won't allow public, Paonia will
  • Fox Theater in Montrose closing indefinitely due to movie release delays
  • Body of missing hiker found near Lake City
  • Early voting numbers much higher than 2016 nationally
  • KOTO's Julia Caulfield reports on the newlyweds who died in a plane crash near Telluride this week

  

Grace Ramsey

  • COVID-19 testing site in Montrose will relocate later this month
  • Montrose gets a fast charging station for electric vehicles
  • Montrose High School announces another COVID-19 case
  • Fire restrictions lifted on many public lands
  • Gov. Polis is pardoning thousands of people convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana
  • Hopes for better monitoring of oil and gas emissions
  • A visit with the Mural Militia, a North Fork Valley art project

Gavin Dahl

  • Montrose High School now a COVID outbreak site
  • Colorado Mesa University stays open with routine testing
  • 4 staff of Grand Junction Utilities department test positive
  • Thefts from parked cars in Mesa County are up, with 95 guns stolen since January 1st
  • Center for Mental Health says a new vehicle will make their partnership with Montrose Police even more effective

  • Coloradans on individual marketplace set for lower premiums next year
  • Black bears in hyper feeding frenzy as they prepare for winter hibernation
  • Montrose golf team wins third consecutive 4A state championship at home

  • Capitol Conversation discusses next step in gun issues
  • Fees at Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park set to increase
  • 16-year old Montrose student arrested for making threats on Facebook
  • Bill improving broadband infrastructure goes to full House floor

  • Navy junior ROTC at Montrose High wins state championship
  • Montrose junior marksmen balance school, work, shooting
  • Lawmakers to reconsider rules for reporting sexual harassment
  • Patagonia sues to prevent Bears Ears cutback

  • GOP tax plan will benefit Colorado millionaires
  • President Trump's proposed tax plan will cost state's middle class
  • Montrose High School boys golf team wins 4A state championship
  • Freshman, three sophomores lead Montrose golfers to state title

  • Governor John Hickenlooper reaches out to Nevada governor
  • Special session fails to take any action, closes after second day
  • Marijuana tax loophole will be addressed in regular session
  • Montrose High School boys golf team wins 4A state championship

High Schools Gear Up For Football Finals

Nov 19, 2014
Paonia Eagles, Football, Sports, High School
Tennille Van Vleet

Amid the cold and the snow, Colorado high schools are finishing their football season.