Democrats at the statehouse say they’re fed up with Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler’s partisan games. Two lawmakers plan to introduce legislation next session to try and rein him in. As Bente Birkeland reports, this is just one of several controversies surrounding the high profile official.
With four weeks remaining until prep football playoff season begins, the battle for first place in the 1A Western Slope League is likely to come down to the three Delta County teams. KVNF’s Tamie Meck has this report.
Pass the Mic Arts reporters, Katya Schwieterman and Riven Sky Badgett, interview fashion designers for 2012 Paonia Fashion and Design show. "Pass the Mic" is a project of North Fork Heart and Soul and KVNF Community Radio.
"Pass the Mic" is a youth storytelling and news corps program developed by KVNF community radio in Paonia, Colorado, in partnership with the North Fork Heart & Soul Project. Over the course of two years, 14 young reporters will be assigned to a "beat" reporting on a North Fork industry. Youth participants learn the skills of how to produce interviews and stories in a multi-media context, and will be supported in presenting their final projects to the valley.
The "wooden, dancing, mannequin, puppet guy" near Jeff's desk in the KVNF office has joined the cause! In a mysterious turn of events, he showed up yesterday with a hand-written note of his very own, proclaiming that he, "Will dance for pledges"! Who could turn down such a generous offer of support from our loyal friend.
Make a pledge! See him dance! Maybe a little stop motion animation? For the right price?
The state’s tourism industry kicks off a three-day annual conference today in Steamboat Springs. State officials say they’ll take a look at better ways to market the state, but as Bente Birkeland reports, they’ll also discuss messaging, especially in the face of uncontrollable events such as wildfires.
It’s election season, and for anyone who turns on the television that means being bombarded with political ads and information. Now imagine those ads coming from candidates you can’t even vote for. That’s the case for some people in southwest Colorado who can only get New Mexico television. As Bente Birkeland reports, the lack of Colorado TV has been a major complaint in the region for decades, but especially flares up this time of year.
This is the debate between candidates for State House District 61, which, after redistricting, includes Summit, Lake, Pitken, and parts of Gunnison and Delta counties. There are actually five candidates for this race, but three were present at the Club 20 debate: Democratic Incumbent Millie Hamner, Independent Kathleen Curry and Republican Debra Irvine. Derek Wagner, Director of Special Projects at Colorado Mesa University, moderated the debate.
<font color="red"><strong>Cody ChesnuTT / Landing on a Hundred / CC</strong></Font><P>
A bonafide Soul Brother with the pipes, the lyrics, a 10 piece band, truth & confession on tap & 12 extremely cool tracks recorded in Memphis. Listen closely.
<font color="red"><strong>The Floacist / Presents Floetry: Re:Birth / Shanachie</strong></Font><P>
Celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Floetry, the sound is sultry, soulful, jazzy & irresistible.
<font color="red"><strong> Wanda Jackson / Unfinished Business / Sugarhill</strong></Font><P>
Touted by the likes of Dylan, Springsteen & Adele, the gal can still rock it with the twang & swagger of a veteran.
<font color="red"><STRONG>Ed Robinson / Written in Stone / EZ</Strong></font><P>
The Jamaican Singer, Songwriter, Drummer, & Producer has made a stellar release in the traditional Reggae sound.
<font color="red"><strong>Various Artists / First Came Memphis Minnie / Stony Plain</strong></font><P>
A Loving Tribute to a real Queen of the Blues featuring Maria Muldaur, Bonnie Raitt, Koko Taylor, Phoebe Snow, Rory Block, Ruthie Foster & more!