KVNF Regional Newscast

Weekdays at 8:00 a.m. & 5:50 p.m.

Tune in weekdays after Morning Edition and during All Things Considered for regional news from KVNF.

KVNF's Eric Goold brings you regional news weekdays at 8 a.m. and 5:50 p.m. (You can also subscribe to the newscasts using the Podcast or RSS links)

KVNF news is always looking for leads. Let us know what's happening in your area, what issues you care about and what you'd like to hear us cover - email us at news@kvnf.org

    

Ways to Connect

  • Executive Director of West Slope COGA responds to CHC report
  • Natural gas royalties pay for water projects, schools in North Fork Valley
  • Single parents in Colorado have hard time finding child care

  • West Elk Walk In Clinic in Paonia will open August 21st
  • Open House at new Paonia clinic scheduled for August 31st
  • Inside Energy report on solar industry
  • Some Colorado towns requiring homeowners to go solar

  • Phone scam targets DMEA members
  • Parks and Wildlife library program gains popularity
  • Raccoon starts wildfire outside of Craig
  • Montrose City Council taking applications to fill vacancy

  • Most wildfires caused by humans
  • New CU study examines wildfires from past to present
  • Increased bear and human interaction leads to 34 bear killings this year
  • Over 7 million tourists to Colorado National Monuments boost economy

  • Trump creates election commission, states sue
  • Over 3,000 Colorado voters ask to be removed from registered rolls
  • Most voter information confidential, can't be released
  • Western states seek qualified drivers for oil and gas jobs

  • DMEA contributes to SEI's solar school program
  • Six area high schools to get solar installations
  • Voters in state want names removed from registered lists
  • Governor Hickenlooper commits state to climate alliance

  • Citizens for a Healthy Community issues economic report
  • Gunnison Energy proposal for 35 North Fork Valley wells could cost Delta County
  • Colorado seniors march to Senator Cory Gardner's Denver office

  • Two individuals may have caused Peak 2 Fire near Breckenridge
  • Landing Outdoor Trade Show puts Colorado in lead as outdoor destination
  • Colorado looks to Wyoming for example of alternative uses for coal mines

  • Tipton among bipartisan effort to fight opioid epidemic in Western Colorado
  • Nine wildfires burning in the state, cooler temperatures helping fight
  • Marijuana tax revenue can't pay for all of education needs in state

  • Republican Don Coram leads hemp group in Montrose County
  • Outdoor Trade show coming to Denver
  • Steamboat Springs Democrat announces bid for Tipton's seat
  • Zinke signs order streamlining applications to drill on BLM land

  • State senator Don Coram leads hemp industry in Montrose County
  • New hemp processing facility under construction in Nucla
  • Peekaboo Fire west of Craig up to 4,200 acres
  • Peak 2 Fire threatens 450 homes in Breckenridge

  • Gutzler Fire triples in size
  • Fire near Breckenridge forces 450 home evacuations
  • Capitol Coverage discusses marijuana tax money
  • Trump Administration prepares to rollback water pollution regulations

  • Wildfires burning across Colorado, hot and dry conditions continue
  • Cortez woman seeks sanctuary in Mancos Methodist Church
  • Community of Firestone fights stigma of gas-caused house fire

  • Parks and Wildlife urges people to bear-proof houses and garbage
  • Shoreline at Ridgway State Park closed to vehicles
  • Public meetings in Paonia, Cedaredge about game management units
  • Annual bass fishing contest at Ridgway State Park

  • First case of West Nile Virus found in Larimer County
  • Medicaid cuts could leave 630,000 Coloradans uninsured
  • Dramatic rent increases leave many employed residents homeless

  • Lightner Creek Fire near Durango one of 30 blazes in the West
  • Studies detail damage caused by pollution from wildfires
  • Huge black market pot bust in Denver
  • CU resident details impact of Medicaid cuts in state
  • Delta Hospital CEO to hold Paonia town hall

  • Small business owners waiting for Supreme Court decision on LGBT rights
  • BLM accepting public comment on proposed drilling operation outside Grand Junction
  • BLM taking a look at uses of public land in Colorado region
  • Rep. Millie Hamner will sit on education committee in next session
  • DU to conduct survey about state government efficiency

  • Energy Office to lose funding on July 1st
  • Growing moose population creates problems on highways, in cities
  • Tax breaks in new health care bill to heavily favor city residents
  • Fire danger in Western Slope growing, counties implement Stage 1 precautions
  • Colorado has lowest unemployment rate in country

Eric Goold

Eric Goold of KVNF News offers a commentary about the Paonia Town Council, in the past and present. Interviews with former Trustee Bill Brunner as well as with former Trustees/Mayors Ron Rowell and Neal Schwieterman.

  • State parks system overused, underfunded
  • Montrose County, Park County wildfires caused by humans
  • Canyons of the Ancients in Cortez unlikely to be downsized

  • High Country News interview about Hotchkiss area chicken farm
  • Jury rules in favor of hen egg laying farm outside Hotchkiss
  • Veterans march to DC to protest for sage grouse protections

  • Trustee resigns from Paonia Town Council
  • New speed limits in Paonia approved
  • Ute Indian Museum in Montrose celebrates grand reopening
  • Olympic Museum in Colorado Springs breaks ground
  • Paonia prep baseball player piles up postseason awards

  • Paonia Trustee Bill Brunner resigns
  • Secretary Zinke recommends downsizing Bears Ears National Monument
  • Colorado falling behind other states in child welfare economics
  • Rivers at peak summer runoff, dangerous rafting conditions exist
  • Democrat Jared Polis throws hat into crowded 2018 Governor's race
  • Weather conditions prompt red flag fire warnings all over Western Slope

  • New laws aim to crack down on illegal pot grows
  • Marble hosts new farmer's market starting Saturday
  • Governor Hickenlooper signs controversial asset seizure bill
  • Paonia Town council meets tonight

  • Colorado's National Monuments under review by President Trump
  • Delta County Master Plan rewrite underway, should be done around New Year
  • Small towns in Colorado will be hurt by proposed Medicaid cuts
  • Local prep baseball players earn all state honors

  • Portion of Gunnison River to remain closed through weekend
  • Ute Indian Museum in Montrose prepares for grand reopening weekend
  • Area prep track stars earn all state recognition

  • Part of Gunnison River closed for safety concerns
  • Colorado's Governor, 9 mayors pledge to follow Paris Climate Accord
  • Unity Party newest political party in Colorado
  • Colorado Film Office audit reveals inappropraite spending
  • Medical marijuana can be legally prescribed for PTSD patients
  • Paonia looks to modify speed limits around town

  • New law makes rolling coal a Class A traffic violation
  • Tick population expected to surge this summer
  • New digital mapping system includes hiking trails around state
  • Piano playing bear in Vail a social media sensation

  • Spike in fraking creates shortage of work crews around state
  • Energy companies file safety reports after Governor's order
  • Colorado hopes to be next home of outdoor trade show

  • Budget cuts to SNAP benefits will impact Coloradans
  • Crested Butte to honor victims of mine disaster

Pages