Communities across Colorado are taking different tactics to the sale of recreational marijuana, which will officially begin in January. In Colorado’s high country, most resort towns support pot legalization and they don’t see it hurting the state's multi-billion dollar tourism business.
Last November, Colorado voters passed Amendment 64 by a healthy margin. In resort towns such as Telluride, nearly 80 percent of voters said yes to legalization.
As the KVNF Fall Pledge Drive wraps up, we want to again express our sincere thanks and gratitude for all your support of this station. It's been an incredibly heartwarming week talking to all of you and hearing why you value community radio. This is your community radio station, and you've all shown it this week with your generous contributions.
Your donations go directly into our operating expenses and paying for the quality programming you hear every day.
Todd & Cynthia Hines will once again offer their exceptional "Blues Air Force" pledge drive premiums during their show "Blues and Other Colors" on Tuesday afternoon, 10/8/13 during fall pledge drive. Listen up!
It's here! The KVNF Fall Pledge Drive Kicked off this morning and runs through Saturday, October 12th.
Pledge Drives are hugely important to community radio stations like us - your support makes up our largest source of funding. To put it simply - we wouldn't be here without you! Your donations go directly to everything from daily operating expenses to paying for the informative and entertaining programming you hear every day.
“Neighbors, Strangers and Friends” is an audio/visual exhibit currently on display at the Creamery Arts Center in Hotchkiss. The exhibit features a series of interviews and photographs of North Fork Valley seniors created by local writer and photographer Rita Clagett. KVNFs Ali Lightfoot spoke with Clagett about the project.
Officials with Connect for Health Colorado, the state’s new online health exchange, said the website saw 79,000 unique visitors for its first day on Monday.
Alicia Plantz with the Montrose Connect for Health Office says she’s received plenty of calls and some walk-ins over the past few days. She says most of the people she’s talked to so far want to know whether they’re eligible for financial assistance.
The government shutdown in Washington is limiting access to one Colorado’s most visited places: the Maroon Bells. The road outside of Aspen closed to traffic yesterday during prime leaf-peeping season. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.