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KVNF Regional Newscast: February 25, 2021

By Gavin Dahl & Kate Redmond • 13 minutes ago Delta County moves to blue on the state's COVID dial BLM will kill at least 500 wild horses from Piceance Basin herd Kate Redmond reports on marijuana ordinance updates from Tuesday's Paonia trustee meeting KUNC's Luke Runyon reports Greeley's multi-million dollar

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KVNF Regional Newscast: February 25, 2021

Scoreboard: Feb. 17-23

Tuesday, Feb. 23, Results Virginia 20-27—47 Moose Lake-WR 61-27—88 Virginia — Dylan Johnson 5, Logan Nordby 6, Nick Peters 3, Gavin Dahl 4, Dan Squires 7, Jack Toman 11, Mason Carlson 11.Totals 16-3 6-10 47.

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Scoreboard: Feb. 17-23

KVNF Regional Newscast: February 23, 2021

By Gavin Dahl & Kate Redmond • 27 minutes ago Delta County Memorial Hospital & 13 clinics rebranding as Delta Health Animas River records record low flow, again Elijah McClain: Investigation criticizes Aurora police & 'failed' internal investigation Lauren Boebert amends FEC filing on mileage reimbursements Critics: FCC awarded SpaceX nearly $900m for

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KVNF Regional Newscast: February 23, 2021

KVNF Regional Newscast: February 19, 2021

By Gavin Dahl & Kate Redmond • 2 hours ago Hotchkiss accepts Baker Ranches bid for Fire Mountain Canal shares, puts Overland Ditch shares out for new bids Paonia in Motion virtual input gathering events scheduled for Monday - Wednesday next week Grand Junction City Council marijuana task force solidifies recommendations

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KVNF Regional Newscast: February 19, 2021

KVNF Regional Newscast: February 18, 2021

By Gavin Dahl & Kate Redmond • 2 minutes ago Mesa County moves from Orange to Yellow on the state's COVID dial Senator Michael Bennet announced he is reintroducing his Medicare X Choice Act to create a public option Medicare Exchange healthcare plan, Kate Redmond reports Governor Jared Polis delivered his

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KVNF Regional Newscast: February 18, 2021

Colorado Edition: Uncovering The Past

John Fowler / Flickr - Creative Commons Today on Colorado Edition: We get the latest from Wednesday’s state of the state address by Gov. Jared Polis. We’ll also take a look at where the state is at in its economic recovery. Plus, we’ll learn more about how Colorado is moving forward in helping victims of recent unemployment fraud, and we hear about the Equal Justice Initiative, which works with community organizations throughout the country to help resurface the lost stories of lynchings. Today’s guests

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Colorado Edition: Uncovering The Past

KVNF Regional Newscast: February 15, 2021

By Gavin Dahl & Kate Redmond • 17 minutes ago Two more Coloradans died in avalanches this weekend Paonia notifies residents of potential lead contamination Colorado Creative Industries awards over $7M in arts grants Fossil fuel interests fund Republican lawmakers who publicly oppose freeze of leasing on public lands State lawmakers resume legislative session tomorrow Kate Redmond speaks to DCSD assistant superintendent Kurt Clay and task force member and parent Jon Hickam about consolidation of K-12 schools

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KVNF Regional Newscast: February 15, 2021

Local Motion: Reporter Roundtable

On this week's Local Motion, news director Gavin Dahl hosts a reporter roundtable with two of the most prolific reporters in our listening area, Katharhynn Heidelberg from the Montrose Press and Lisa Young from the Delta County Independent. The trio discuss a dozen recent news stories covered in the two local papers.

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Local Motion: Reporter Roundtable

KVNF Regional Newscast: February 8, 2021

By Gavin Dahl & Kate Redmond • 38 minutes ago Delta County School District seeks public input on proposal to combine students into fewer campuses Utah Montessori school backtracks on allowing parents to opt students out of Black History curriculum KVNF's Kate Redmond talks to Pete Kolbenschlag about new interactive map launched by Colorado Farm Food Alliance Capitol Coverage reporter Scott Franz explores the challenges faced by Colorado wildlife officials as they begin controversial process of bringing gray

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KVNF Regional Newscast: February 8, 2021

KVNF Regional Newscast: February 1, 2021

Related Content Program in Montrose County Helps Homeless Families Pursue Self-SufficiencyCenter for Mental Health Says New Vehicle Makes Partnership With Law Enforcement More EffectiveMontrose Restaurants Team with City & Colorado Yurt Co. to ‘Tipi the Town’ Gavin Dahl Restaurants and bars are teaming up with the City of Montrose and Colorado Yurt Company to "tipi the town" in the face of COVID-19 public health restrictions. KVNF's Gavin Dahl learns more from Montrose grants coordinator Kendall Cramer,

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KVNF Regional Newscast: February 1, 2021

Talkin Music: CO Music 2020!

2020 was a challenging year for musicians but that didn't stop new music from coming out. 'Talkin Music' Host and Producer, Kori Stanton and News Director and Morning Edition Host, Gavin Dahl share some of their favorite songs from Colorado musicians in 2020. On the top CO 2020 list: Gabrielle Louise - "First Train West" - The Unending Alteration of the Human Heart Daniel Rodriguez - "Colorado" & "Dying Just To Live" - Sojourn of a Burning Sun Ill-Esha - "Como la Chicha" - Songs From the Sweat Shed Kaitlyn

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Talkin Music: CO Music 2020!

KVNF Regional Newscast: December 23, 2020

Related Content Hotchkiss Inspires Sen. Michael Bennet's New Rural Infrastructure Bill Gavin Dahl On Tuesday, Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet introduced new legislation he’s calling The RESILIENT Act that is designed to dramatically improve how rural communities can secure federal infrastructure funding to develop new projects. For Sen. Bennet, this is a signature piece of legislation.

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KVNF Regional Newscast: December 23, 2020

Local Motion: Democrats Reflect on 2020

This week, KVNF's Gavin Dahl asked two Democrats, Representative Barbara McLachlan who lives in Durango, and Ian Silverii the executive director of Progress Now and a Denver Post columnist, to reflect on the Special Session, the 2020 election, and the coronavirus pandemic. Last week we heard from two Republicans.

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Local Motion: Democrats Reflect on 2020

Montrose Restaurants Team with City & Colorado Yurt Co. to ‘Tipi the Town’

Restaurants and bars are teaming up with the City of Montrose and Colorado Yurt Company to "tipi the town" in the face of COVID-19 public health restrictions. KVNF's Gavin Dahl learns more from Montrose grants coordinator Kendall Cramer, Colorado Yurt CEO John Gibson, Storm King co-owner and distiller David Fishering, and Jimmers BBQ owner Jim LaRue. Restaurants Team With City of Montrose & Colorado Yurt to ‘Tipi the Town’ By Gavin Dahl, KVNF News The City of Montrose was looking for innovative ways to

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Montrose Restaurants Team with City & Colorado Yurt Co. to ‘Tipi the Town’

KVNF Regional Newscast: December 11, 2020

Related Content Center for Mental Health Says New Vehicle Makes Partnership With Law Enforcement More Effective Gavin Dahl A unique collaboration between the Center for Mental Health and local law enforcement agencies offers frontline intervention to help diffuse conflicts for those experiencing a mental health crisis. Now the Montrose Police Department has acquired a brand new vehicle for the co-responder through state grant funds which is expected to have a significant impact on the effectiveness of the program.

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KVNF Regional Newscast: December 11, 2020

KVNF Regional Newscast: December 9, 2020

Related Content KVNF Regional Newscast: December 8, 2020After 33 Years, Renzo DelPiccolo Still Worries About Loss of Wildlife Habitat Gavin Dahl As area wildlife manager for Montrose since 2006, Renzo DelPiccolo’s responsibilities at Colorado Parks and Wildlife included law enforcement for hunting, tracking poachers, managing wildlife conflicts with bears and elk, public education, and advising land use planners on wildlife impacts. Over the course of a 33-year career at CPW, Renzo considers his work helping

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KVNF Regional Newscast: December 9, 2020

KVNF Regional Newscast: November 24, 2020

Related Content Listen to Entire Lauren Boebert Interview Lucas Vader / Delta County Independent Republican Lauren Boebert is running for Congress in Colorado's Third District against Diane Mitsch Bush. She is a business owner with a GED and no previous government experience. Should voters choose a novice with a gun on her hip over a veteran politician known for bipartisan compromise? KVNF reporter Gavin Dahl spoke with Boebert on Thursday, October 15th to learn more about her views. Here is the entire unedited

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KVNF Regional Newscast: November 24, 2020

Aitkin leans on rushing attack in win over Virginia

AITKIN — The Gobblers lived up to their No. 1 seeding Friday night with a dominating 56-6 victory over No. 4-seeded Virginia in the Section 7AAA semifinals in Aitkin. The Blue Devils had no answer for Owen Miller and the Aitkin running game. Miller scored four times and ran for about 250 yards as the Gobblers went up and down their frozen home field to pick up the big win, which moved them to 6-1 on the COVID-19-shortened season. The Aitkin defense was equally tough as they held Virginia to a third quarter

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Aitkin leans on rushing attack in win over Virginia

Aitkin runs past Virginia, 56-6

Last game before Devils and Eveleth-Gilbert combine forces next fall Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save AITKIN — The Gobblers lived up to their No. 1 seeding Friday night with a dominating 56-6 victory over No. 4-seeded Virginia in the Section 7AAA semifinals in Aitkin. The Blue Devils had no answer for Owen Miller and the Aitkin running game. Miller scored four times and ran for about 250 yards as the Gobblers went up and down their frozen home field to pick up the big win, which moved them to

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Aitkin runs past Virginia, 56-6

Aitkin runs past Virginia, 56-6

Last game before Devils and Eveleth-Gilbert combine forces next fall Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save AITKIN — The Gobblers lived up to their No. 1 seeding Friday night with a dominating 56-6 victory over No. 4-seeded Virginia in the Section 7AAA semifinals in Aitkin. The Blue Devils had no answer for Owen Miller and the Aitkin running game. Miller scored four times and ran for about 250 yards as the Gobblers went up and down their frozen home field to pick up the big win, which moved them to

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Aitkin runs past Virginia, 56-6