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HEALTH
9:39 am
Fri October 11, 2013

Pass the Mic: Interview with volunteer EMT, Linda Kiser

Healthcare reporter, Noah McDaniel interviews North Fork Ambulance Association EMT, Linda Kiser.

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NEWS
9:21 am
Fri October 11, 2013

KVNF Regional Newscast: Thursday, October 10, 2013

Headlines

  • Shutdown Could Delay Benefit Checks for Over 90,000 Veterans
  • New Online Healthcare Marketplaces Running Smoothly for Delta County Residents
  • Cedaredge Police Chief Robert Yant Resigns
  • Ethics Group Says Anti-Pot Tax Group Should've Reported Free Joints in Campaign Finances
  • State Democrats Criticize New Recall Effort
  • Morgan Carroll Chosen as Next Colorado Senate President
Western Slope Skies
8:15 am
Fri October 11, 2013

Western Slope Skies 10/11/13

This is the third in a series on Women in Astronomy.  Today, we meet Caroline Herschel.

Caroline Herschel was born in Hanover, Germany in 1750.  Her early life was a conflict between her father, who wanted her to be educated in music and science, and her mother, who thought that household chores were the appropriate life for a woman.

In 1772, Caroline moved to England and joined her brother, William, who was already working in astronomy and music.  Over time, they gradually left music and became full-time astronomers.

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Sports
12:00 am
Fri October 11, 2013

KVNF Sports Report: October 11, 2013

KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


iSeeChange
9:53 am
Wed October 9, 2013

iSeeChange: Journaling with the Hardings

June & Dallas Harding on their back porch at the Harding Ranch
Credit Julia Kumari-Drapkin/KVNF

Dallas and June Harding are regulars on the Almanac, but most of their daily weather observations you'll see there date back to the late 1980s.

That's because those entires were transcribed from the journals June started keeping in 1985, when she and Dallas moved to their current home at the Harding Ranch near the base of Coal Mountain. I recently paid the Hardings a visit to talk about how they got involved with the iSeeChange project, and how journaling has played a role in their lives and the lives of previous generations.

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NEWS
8:40 am
Wed October 9, 2013

KVNF Regional Newscast: Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Headlines

  • Colorado Wind Industry Expected to Grow
  • Baca County Farmer Harvests First Hemp Crop in 56 Years
  • Government Shutdown Not Affecting Mines Yet
  • Thompson Divide Drilling Talks Suggest Deal is in the Works
  • iSeeChange - Journaling with the Hardings
Pass the Mic
4:47 pm
Tue October 8, 2013

Pass the Mic: North Fork Ambulance

Youth reporters visit the North Fork Ambulance station
Ali Lightfoot

Listen as Pass the Mic student youth reporters visit the ambulance garage in Paonia and interview volunteer EMTs Linda and Bob Kaiser.

“Pass the Mic” is a youth storytelling and news corps program developed by KVNF in partnership with The North Fork Heart & Soul Project.

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Pass the Mic
3:56 pm
Tue October 8, 2013

Pass the Mic: Interview with Todd Harding

Cristina Rankin and Eden Clearwater interview local Todd Harding
Credit Ali Lightfoot

Listen to youth reporters,  Cristina Rankin and Eden Clearwater interviewing local "off the gird" rancher, Todd Harding.

“Pass the Mic” is a youth storytelling and news corps program developed by KVNF in partnership with The North Fork Heart & Soul Project.

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Pass the Mic
3:38 pm
Tue October 8, 2013

Pass the Mic: Liza Eller Interviews local dancer Lindsey Ballyhoo

Liza interviews Lindsey Ballyhoo
Credit Ali Lightfoot

Listen in as youth reporter, Liza Eller, interviews local dancer extraordinaire, Lindsey Ballyhoo as part of the Pass the Mic project.

“Pass the Mic” is a youth storytelling and news corps program developed by KVNF in partnership with The North Fork Heart & Soul Project.

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NEWS
2:10 pm
Tue October 8, 2013

Right-to-Farm Policy dates to a More Rural Delta County

The Powell Mesa Hen House dispute has renewed questions about zoning and the "right to farm" in Delta County. Adopted in 1996 by the state of Colorado and the county, the "Right to Farm and Ranch" policy lays out some parts of rural life that residents are expected to accept, including noise from tractors, manure, odor from animal confinement and the use of pesticides.

For some historical context on the policy, KVNF’s Marty Durlin spoke with former Delta County Commissioner Jim Ventrillo about the early days of the right-to-farm policy.  

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