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  • Colorado requring staff at hospitals, some health facilities to get vaccinated by September 30th
  • New COVID cases now rising faster in Colorado kids than adults
  • Montrose County considered 'high transmission rate' community, Delta County 'substantial'
  • Republican activists hope to convince 75% of GOP Central Committee to vote to ditch open primaries
  • Officials marked international drug overdose day at state Capitol
  • Hotchkiss marshal's office gets 3 new employees, who are all resigning from Paonia PD

  

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  • 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

  • Durango & Silverton railroad accused of starting 416 Fire
  • Paonia Police Dept looks for options to deal with loose dogs
  • Palisade Plunge trail system on Grand Mesa set to begin construction
  • Award winning play will be onstage tonight at Paradise Theater

  • Paonia Police purchase a drone for marijuana black market enforcement
  • Capitol Coverage on bill last year that permits computer-read laws on floor
  • Delta County officials unveil first working draft of new land development regs
  • Mesa County voters will be asked to approve bond issue for new GJ high school

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KVNF News speaks with Paonia Police Chief Neal Ferguson about the grant that was used to purchase a drone for the department, which will be used for enforcement against the marijuana black market.

Town Hall Update: Paonia

Jun 2, 2015

Paonia Town Manager Jane Berry explains the current situation with the Paonia police department and the lawsuit against former Town Finance Officer and convicted embezzler, Kristin Chesnik.   She also fills us in on a new retirement housing development that is being discussed.