smoke KVNF Regional Newscast: August 20, 2021 By Gavin Dahl • Aug 20, 2021 Amy Hadden Marsh / KDNK Highway 50 returns to regular closures Sept 1 July the hottest month ever recorded Research shows wildfire smoke harmful to dairy cows Colorado will require vaccines for workers at 24/7 facilities for vulnerable populations FEC alleges Lauren Boebert has been spending campaign funds for personal use KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh reports Cottonwood Pass, at times narrow and dangerous, has become more popular during Glenwood Canyon closures, but a long-term plan is needed KVNF Regional Newscast: June 15, 2021 By Gavin Dahl • Jun 15, 2021 Andrew Bare / Inciweb State lawmakers passed bills to better prepare for wildfires including buying an advanced helicopter Terry Rhoades reelected to San Miguel Power board of directors Family of Montrose boy sexually abused by Joshua Hemphill files civil suit against Partners Ouray County Plaindealer publishers honored with Colorado Press Association Rising Star award Governor Polis signed bills Monday he says will accelerate Colorado's recovery from COVID pandemic KSJD public health reporter Tay Glass explores the dangers of wildfire smoke, mitigation tactics KVNF Regional Newscast: June 9, 2021 By Gavin Dahl • Jun 9, 2021 Scott Franz BLM managing 14-acre South Fork fire near Nucla, smoke visible this week is mostly from Arizona CORE Act getting a Senate committee hearing on June 16th Safe2Tell hotline prevention program for youth remains available while school is out at 877-542-7233 Youth Rising Film Fest from Citizens for a Healthy Community wraps up tonight with Youth v. Gov Capitol Coverage Scott Franz explores how decisions by lawmakers during the 2021 session, that wrapped up last night, will impact the lives of Colorado residents KVNF Regional Newscast: April 22, 2021 By Gavin Dahl & Kate Redmond • Apr 22, 2021 Roy Buri / Pixabay USDA, EPA, FDA launch Restore Colorado to reduce food waste Ela Family Farms starts 'adopt a tree' program, supporters get sapling named after them USBR releases Aspinall Water to assist with low Gunnison River flows Green jobs rebounding after pandemic plunge Luke Runyon reports on water speculation New research says wildfire smoke may have caused bird die-off last year Delta BOCC awards recycling contract to Double J Colorado officials welcome return of federal work on mitigating climate change impacts KVNF Regional Newscast: August 19, 2020 By Gavin Dahl • Aug 19, 2020 Gov. Polis bans open burning amidst 4 major Colorado wildfires CDPHE releases COVID-19 guidance to help parents make school decisions Eligible unemployed Coloradans can get additional money New survey: Reopening schools not safe Cowboy up, mask up Initiative to lower state income tax qualifies for Nov. ballot Air quality expert Andrea Holland shares advice. See smoke forecast outlooks here. iSeeChange: Hazy Days By Jake Ryan • Aug 27, 2015 Something’s in the air. Ridgway resident Sue Husch noticed last week the same thing a lot of people on the Western Slope noticed: smoke.