ARTS
5:04 pm
Fri April 12, 2013

Lisa Jones Featured on "First Voices Indigenous Radio"

Writer Lisa Jones

Former local resident Lisa Jones is featured on the current episode of the radio program  "First Voices Indigenous Radio" this week. Listen to the interview HERE.

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Western Slope Skies
10:32 am
Fri April 12, 2013

Western Slope Skies 4/12/2013

Listen to Western Slope Skies, a report on the night sky by the Black Canyon Astronomical Society.  

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Local Newscast
8:27 am
Fri April 12, 2013

KVNF Local Newscast: Friday, April 12, 2013

Headlines:

  • “Non-citizen” driver’s license bill passes Senate committee
  • Whooping cough breaks out in Garfield County
  • Can medical marijuana users buy guns? Some say no.
  • The strange tale of the U.S. government and helium
  • Western Slope Skies: The moon and its phases
iSeeChange
3:04 pm
Thu April 11, 2013

iSeeChange Project Featured by AIR and at Tribeca

The iSeeChange project and its website, thealmanac.org, are now featured in a beautiful new metasite produced by AIR, the Association of Independents in Radio. Our very own Julia Kumari Drapkin (we'll always call her "ours") will be presenting the iSeeChange project she developed in the North Fork Valley to various media interest groups across the country in the weeks to come.

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ENVIRONMENT
2:17 pm
Thu April 11, 2013

Brent Helleckson on "The North Fork Alternative Plan"

Brent Helleckson in his vineyard on Garvin Mesa
Credit Marty Durlin

For the past 20 years, Brent Helleckson and his family have been building a wine business on Garvin Mesa. They’ve constructed a home, a wine cellar a tasting room, and added to the vineyard. In those two decades, they also became a part of the North Fork community. When the Bureau of Land Management proposed 30,000 acres of leases for gas development in the North Fork Valley, Helleckson felt the threat to his winery as well as all agriculture and tourism-based industries.

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Local Sports
1:10 pm
Thu April 11, 2013

KVNF Sports Report: 4/11/13

Kyle Manuppella, left, and Jorge Quinonez sign a game ball for Slater Podgorny, whose dad, Greg, who was diagnosed with ALS.
Credit Tamie Meck

Delta county athletes set four records Saturday at the annual Frank Woodburn Invitational track and field meet in Grand Junction .

Track

Cedaredge's Reid Gates cleared 6 feet, 8 inches, to claim the meet high jump record, and sailed 21 feet, 9 and a quarter inches to reset the record in the long jump. Teammate Austin Williams fell short of a meet record in the shot put, but jumped to the top of the 3A state rankings in the event with a winning throw of 51 feet, 2 inches.

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Local Newscast
9:38 am
Thu April 11, 2013

KVNF Local Newscast: Thursday, April 11, 2013.

Details surrounding Parachute "hydrocarbons" leak at Williams facility seem to change every day.
Credit Denver Post File

Headlines:

  • Judge rules against industry trade group in local suit against BLM
  • Stricter reporting of gas and oil spills clears committee
  • Williams says failed pressure gauge is the source of Parachute leak
  • Half of state’s sheriffs consider legal challenge to gun restrictions
  • Why are the deer in your yard? They may be starving.
  • Delta County athletes keep records falling; double-header doubles as fundraiser
Local Newscast
9:05 am
Wed April 10, 2013

KVNF Local Newscast: Wednesday, April 10, 2013.

Headlines:

  • Grand Mesa Fire Destroys Lodge
  • Black Canyon Hiker Falls To His Death
  • Bills Would Revamp State Oil and Gas Commission
  • Legislators Want to Mandate Renewables Increase for Rural Electric
  • BLM Favors Energy Development Companies in Thompson Divide
  • Parachute Leak Went Farther, Started Earlier Than Previously Reported
  • Tea Party, Part II. Utah Legislator Brings Freedom Rally To Colorado

Rick has been a member of the WFPL News team since 2001 and has covered numerous beats and events over the years.   Most recently heââ

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