Local Newscast
8:19 am
Fri April 19, 2013

KVNF Local Newscast, Friday, April 19, 2013

Headlines:

  • Benzene detected in Parachute Creek for first time
  • Nearly half a million state residents eligible under new health care laws
  • INFORM loses challenge, uranium waste to remain in Western Colorado
  • Conservation Center sponsors e-cycling event in honor of Earth Day
  • Powderhorn ski resort will be open this weekend after new snow
  • Money sought to sustain program drawing movies to Colorado
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MUSIC
2:57 pm
Thu April 18, 2013

Talkin Music: Roy Andrade of the New Reeltime Travelers

Old time music scholar and musician, Roy Andrade,  talks about working on an archive of Doc Watson's work and his  upcoming visit to Paonia with his band, The New Reeltime Travelers.  

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Don is one of the hosts for the "Pot of Gold" show on Saturday mornings. Don & Wally have been hosts of this very popular show for many years.

Local Newscast
8:32 am
Thu April 18, 2013

KVNF Local Newscast, Thursday, April 18, 2013

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Headlines:

  • Colorado River ranked the No. 1 most endangered river in the country
  • USGS studies detail methane concentrations in water south of Silt
  • Environmentalists occasionally have competing agendas, interests
  • Freedom Rally in Grand Junction draws Western Slope conservatives
  • Aspen board game celebrates emerging marijuana culture in Colorado

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Local Newscast
8:22 am
Wed April 17, 2013

KVNF Local Newscast, Wednesday, April 17, 2013

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Headlines:

  • Bill that would legalize use of graywater introduced at State Capitol
  • Toxicology report for Crawford man killed after shootout is released
  • Snowpack still clinging to mountains, boosted by recent storms
  • Delta County Clerk voices support for new election procedures

Shereen Marisol Meraji tries to find the humor and humanity in reporting on race for the NPR Code Switch team.

Her stories center on the real people affected by the issues, not just experts and academics studying them. Those stories include a look at why a historically black college in West Virginia is 90 percent white, to a profile of the most powerful and most difficult-to-target consumer group in America: Latinas.

Prior to her time with Code Switch, Meraji worked for the national business and economics radio program Marketplace, from American Public Media. There, she covered stories about the growing wealth gap and poverty in the United States.

Commentary by Matthew Kane
1:00 am
Wed April 17, 2013

Commentary: Attack on Rights

Predator Drone

It's time for another "Attack on Rights" report from KVNF's youth reporter, Matthew Kane.   This time Matthew expresses his concerns about the US Drone program...

Matthew Kane is attending the Launch program in Cedaredge where the students can choose a particular area of study in the community.  He's working with KVNF's program director, Ali Lightfoot to produce these reports.

   

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