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  • Despite rains, extreme drought persists; Paonia, Crawford and Hotchkiss still under water restrictions
  • Town of Paonia comments on Delta County draft land use plan
  • One of the last natural gas companies in the Piceance Basin has filed for bankruptcy
  • Wolves spotted in northwest Colorado last winter may have been killed in Wyoming
  • Six states that rely on the Colorado River have issues with proposed Utah pipeline
  • Warming climate causes toxic algae outbreaks in local lakes and rivers
  • COVID-19 testing widely available in Delta County

  • Firefighters are finally gaining ground on area wildfires
  • The Pioneer Town Museum in Cedaredge hosts Sunday Farmer's Markets
  • Delta County Democrats launching a mobile campaign HQ
  • Local reservoirs are shrinking in the heat
  • CPW biologist sees gray wolf pup
  • Colorado to distribute millions in coronavirus aid to small businesses
  • KOTO's Julia Caulfield reports Shakespeare in the Park must go on

  • ¬†New LGBTQ legislation ends patchwork of laws
  • Peaceful protesters face harassment, violence
  • Update on wolves recently seen in Colorado

  • Lawmakers voting to reschedule local, county elections due to coronavirus
  • Large private company to close doors in Grand Junction, hundreds of jobs impacted
  • Arch Coal reaches agreement with company for methane flaring in North Fork Valley
  • NW Colorado wolfpack spotted again, wildlife managers wonder where it came from
  • CHSAA suspends all state Spring sports until at least April
  • Parks and Wildlife to offer free help for big game hunters in Montrose

  • Capitol Coverage: two Democratic state lawmakers will not run for re-election
  • State legislative session opens Wednesday, Western Slope lawmakers prepare
  • Ballot initiative to reintroduce gray wolves to state has enough signatures
  • More than half country and state residents are unable to save for retirement
  • Mysterious drones continue to fly grid patterns over Eastern Plains

West Obsessed: Endangered Wolves

Aug 3, 2016

In the Southwestern United States, thing seem to be looking up for a population of Mexican wolves. After years of struggle, their population has rebounded, reaching more than 100 for the first time in 2015. But trouble lurks for the wolves. They are dangerously inbred and in desperate need of new blood to recovery. In this episode of West Obsessed, the writers and editors of High County News discuss the future for these endangered wolves... and how mismanagement and turf wars isn't helping them.

KVNF Regional Newscast: Friday, Jan. 15, 2016

Jan 15, 2016

  • Two men sentenced to prison for killing motorcyclist
  • Construction hits milestone for new Montrose Rec. Center
  • Montrose School District budget woes not as bad as expected
  • CPW votes against introducing ¬†endangered wolves in Colorado
  • Roadless Rule comment period ends