8:17 am
Mon April 14, 2014

KVNF Regional News: Monday, April 14, 2014


  • Cyber bullying bill failes in Senate committee
  • Climate change impacts on Southwestern animals hard to generalize
  • Aspen Rabbi honored, just in time for Passover
Sugar's Picks April 14, 2014
2:40 pm
Sat April 12, 2014

Sugar's Picks April 14, 2014

Chuck E Weiss / Red Beans & Weiss /Anti

Take A look At Our Current Favorites At KVNF & Click Below To Check Out All The New Music For The Week Of April 14, 2014

1. Chuck E Weiss  /Red Beans & Weiss / Anti:  Remember "Chuck E's In Love"? Rickie Lee Jones, Tom Waits, Johnny Depp & LA have fallen in love with him and you will too...

2. Ziggy Marley / Fly Rasta / Tuff Gong: Traditional Reggae is his legacy and he stretches into the musical universe here.

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Artist Title Genre
Aloe Blacc Good Things Soul R&B Rock
Mexican Dubweiser Electric City Hip Hop Reggae
Ziggy Marley Fly Rasta Reggae
Tori Amos Trouble's Lament Rock Single
Chuck E Weiss Red Beans & Weiss Rock
Joan Osborne Love & Hate Rock
Goastt Midnight Sun Rock
String Cheese Incident Song In My Head Rock Bluegrass
John Doe Best of John Doe-This Far Rock
Justin Currie Lower Reaches
8:18 am
Fri April 11, 2014

KVNF Regional News: Friday, April 11, 2014


  • Education bill passes the House
  • Telecom law passes the House
  • Smokers declining in Colorado
  • Suicide a significant health threat in Mesa County
  • Ridgway school superintendent resigns
  • Joe Cocker selling his Crawford ranch
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7:00 am
Fri April 11, 2014

Western Slope Skies - 4/11/14

April’s Total Lunar Eclipse

Late on the evening of April 14th and into the early morning hours of April 15th, skygazers throughout the America’s and much of the Pacific region will be treated to a total lunar eclipse. This eclipse will be the first of two for the year. By the time the sun, earth and moon line up it will have been 857 days or 28 months since we last saw our moon completely in the shadow of our planet.

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Annie Russell is VPR's weekend producer. She has interned for NPR at Weekends on All Things Considered and for WNYC at On The Media.  She is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School. She loves the Boston Celtics unconditionally.

4:05 pm
Wed April 9, 2014

State agency seeks public input on mule deer decline

A mule deer buck.
Credit Flickr user tuchodi.

Mule deer populations are declining around the West, and Western Colorado is no exception. Now, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is hoping to bring a diverse group of people together to brainstorm what to do about it. Randy Hampton is a spokesman for the agency. KVNF's Emily Guerin asked him to explain what's going on with mule deer.

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Alan Greenblatt has been covering politics and government in Washington and around the country for 20 years. He came to NPR as a digital reporter in 2010, writing about a wide range of topics, including elections, housing economics, natural disasters and same-sex marriage.

He was previously a reporter with Governing, a magazine that covers state and local government issues. Alan wrote about education, budgets, economic development and legislative behavior, among other topics. He is the coauthor, with Kevin Smith, of Governing States and Localities, a college-level textbook that is now in its fourth edition.

8:14 am
Wed April 9, 2014

KVNF Regional News: Wednesday, April 8, 2014


  • Capitol Conversation: Statehouse reporters discuss Colorado's 2014 budget
  • Spring snowpack is still strong
  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife to hold public meetings on mule deer decline
8:17 am
Tue April 8, 2014

KVNF Regional News: Tuesday, April 8, 2014


  • 2014 State Budget Passed
  • Colorado Joint Budget Committee to meet
  • Mesa County Trails
  • Paonia River Park becomes a Fishing Destination
  • Proposal to bar vehicle identification systems
  • Hickenlooper Ethics Claim
  • 17 percent decline in Colorado Coal Production