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3:00 pm
Fri July 5, 2013

Slideshow: 67th Annual Paonia Cherry Days Parade

Joanna Calabrese

Friends, families and neighbors from near and far gathered this Independence Day for the annual Cherry Days Parade through downtown Paonia. From firefighters to fiji-dancers, to clowns and a very-well behaved marching goat, the parade showcased and celebrated the North Fork Valley's diversity and communal spirit. 

KVNF's Joanna Calabrese was on hand to capture that spirit. 

COMMUNITY
10:45 am
Fri July 5, 2013

KVNF Youth Reporters Ask: What's Cherry Days Without a Carnival?

The Carnival at Cherry Days 2012

An altercation between local teens and carnival workers during last year's Cherry Days Celebration in Paonia resulted in the cancelation of the well-beloved carnival this year. KVNF youth reporters spoke to some of the people most concerned about it.


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NEWS
8:25 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

James "Randy" Udall's Body Discovered in Wyoming

Wednesday, July 3: The body of 61 year-old environmental activist and Carbondale resident James "Randy" Udall was discovered Wednesday evening by an aerial search and rescue team. 

The Sublette County Sheriff's Department says Udall's body was discovered by a helicopter flying over rolling terrain in Wyoming, where Udall had been missing since failing to return on Friday from a solo hiking trip in the Wind River Range area near Pinedale. 

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ARTS
4:35 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Local Motion: Susie Kaldis on the North Fork Creative District

The North Fork Valley has been designatedas a Certified Creative District by the state of Colorado.  Ali Lightfoot speaks with Susie Kaldis who is the executive director of the North Fork creative coalition about what this designation means for the valley.

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NEWS
8:35 am
Wed July 3, 2013

KVNF Local Newscast Wednesday, July 3, 2013

  • Randy Udall, Renewable Energy Advocate, Missing in Wyoming Backcountry
  • Body discovered at Colorado National Monument
  • BLM Announces Public Hearing for Potential Coal Lease from Bowie Resources
  • West Fork Fire Complex grows to 98,000 Acres; Firefighters Continue to Protect Structures
  • Colorado Highway System ranked 41st
  • 67th Annual Paonia Cherry Days Festival Kicks Off with Downtown Day
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NEWS
8:29 am
Wed July 3, 2013

KVNF Local Newscast Wednesday, July 3, 2013

  • Randy Udall, Renewable Energy Advocate, Still Missing in Wyoming Backcountry
  • Body discovered at Colorado National Monument
  • BLM Announces Public Hearing for Potential Coal Lease from Bowie Resources
  • West Fork Fire Complex grows to 98,000 Acres; Firefighters Continue to Protect Structures
  • Colorado Highway System Ranked 41st
  • 67th Annual Paonia Cherry Days Festival Kicks Off with Downtown Day
KVNF LIVE
2:51 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Concert Audio Posted - California Honeydrops & Dustbowl Revival

Mountain Air Music Series, week 4 - The California Honeydrops, with Dustbowl Revival.
Recorded at Fellin Park, Ouray, CO, June 27th, 2013.


 

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NEWS
10:08 am
Tue July 2, 2013

Delta County Meals on Wheels Hit by Sequester

Hungry senior citizens in Montrose, Delta and San Miguel counties may soon have to tighten their belts even more. Delta County Commissioners learned Monday at their regular meeting that funding for the Meals on Wheels program, which includes meals at senior centers around the area, has been severely impacted by the sequester – a huge hit for a program that was already foundering. KVNF’s Marty Durlin has more.

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NEWS
11:37 am
Mon July 1, 2013

New Gun Regulations Take Effect

Tim Gonzales, Owner/Operator of Backcountry Goods Trading in Hotchkiss
Credit Travis Bubenik, KVNF.

Two new Colorado gun regulations went into effect July 1st, a response from lawmakers to last year's mass shootings at an Aurora movie theater and Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. 

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NEWS
10:07 am
Mon July 1, 2013

Historic Fairview School Holds Annual Reunion at Pleasure Park

Dean Weaver, class of '37, who will be 90 this year, attended the reunion with all four of his children, his wife, his sister and one of his nine grandchildren
Marty Durlin, KVNF

A century ago, the small town of Austin rivaled Delta as the county seat, and there were enough kids there to merit a school. From 1904 to 1966 students attended grades one through eight in Austin’s five-room Fairview School before going on to Delta High.

For the past 27 years, generations of former Fairview students have met for an annual reunion. This year's reunion took place on Saturday, with a breakfast get-together at Pleasure Park. 

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