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Colorado has been under fire lately over Amendment 64. The state is currently being sued by neighboring states and a Washington, D.C. organization over recreational marijuana. Now, Colorado is being sued by its own sheriffs.
Six sheriffs from across Colorado and sheriffs and prosecutors from Nebraska and Kansas are plaintiffs in the suit. Governor John Hickenlooper is named as the defendant.
Region 10 proposes $17 million plan to bring fiber optic to Western Slope
State bills aim to prepare Colorado for aging population
Editor's Note: The original broadcast of this newscast incorrectly stated that the board of trustees will reveal their decision "whether or not to retain Berry next Tuesday." Town Manager Jane Berry's employment is not being considered. It should have read "whether or not to retain Peterson next Tuesday." We apologize for any confusion.
This week, three founders of The San Juan Independent sit down with KVNF's Jake Ryan to discuss their new venture, journalism on the Western Slope, and the future of the new online news source. Featured are Samantha Wright, Alec Jacobson, and Barbara Kondracki.