KVNF Regional Newscast

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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)

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  • Lack of oil and gas well inspectors hurts safety check effort
  • Lawmakers hope they can get oil and gas mapping bill done
  • Capitol Conversation discusses final days of legislative session
  • Paonia Town Council meets tonight, will get new attorney

  • Bill to increase Parks and Wildlife fees defeated
  • Month-long I-70 construction begins today
  • 600,000 Coloradans will lose Medicaid coverage under AHCA
  • Delta County to take public input on updated Master Plan

  • Governor orders safety check of oil and gas wells
  • Climate change in the West impacts upon wine growers

  • Cause of Firestone house fire determined, oil and gas well safety reviewed
  • US Forest Service continues battle against bark beetles in Western Colorado
  • Hospitals urge lawmakers not to cut over 500 million from budget
  • Health centers across state scramble to fight opioid epedemic
  • CDOT begins work on US 50 around Blue Mesa Reservoir

  • CO 145 to be closed briefly May 9th for project in West End
  • State motorcycle fatalities hit all time high last year
  • Capitol Conversation discusses Firestone fire, possible legislation

  • Lawmakers scramble to save hospital funding before end of session
  • Paonia Town Council struggles to enforce new code of conduct
  • Longmont set to become next sanctuary city

  • No cause yet determined in Firestone house fire
  • Two oil and gas companies shut down wells, investigate
  • Senator Ray Scott proposes bill, wants to revamp energy committee
  • Delta Hospital administrator talks new North Fork clinics
  • State, national demonstrations planned for May Day

  • Colorado residents support BLM measures to cut oil and gas waste
  • Capitol Coverage feature on tax hike to pay for transportation
  • Parks and Wildlife urges residents to take steps to be Bear Aware

  • Divisions in GOP apparent in failure to pass transportation bill
  • Dept of Transportation warns of wildlife on state roads
  • Executive Order calls for review of national monuments
  • Parks and Wildlife opens two reservoirs to public on May 1st
  • Bill to help rural counties pay for health care fails at state house
  • City of Montrose announces two work programs

  • Lawmakers face deadline today to pass budget
  • Parks and Wildlife produces beehive enclosure how-to video
  • Capitol Coverage interviews reporter about open access to records

  • Capitol Conversation discusses end of session, unraveling priorities
  • Statewide support for creation of Colorado retirement program
  • 3.5 magnitude earthquakes trembles near Rangely over weekend

  • Tempers flare at state house, bills dying in final days of session
  • Colorado cities take part in science marches for Earth Day
  • Paonia Senior Center hosts 90's Celebration, Bake Sale

pinstopin.com

A Cowboy Church opened up in Montrose last Sunday with a unique Easter service. Four days later in Denver, a second new church celebrated a holiday of its own on April 20th.

  • Colorado air quality improves under new restrictions
  • Much debated transportation bill all but dead at statehouse
  • Montrose home to new Cowboy Church
  • Denver home to new International Church of Cannabis

  • Fees to enter state parks, hunt and fish likely to increase
  • Lawmakers hope to fill teaching vacancies in rural areas, provide college aid
  • Legal age to be a Colorado legislator to be lowered to 21
  • Amtrack's Southwest Chief route set to expand
  • Delta Police Department to conduct prescription drug take back day
  • Uptick in car thefts in Montrose

  • Fire conditions in Western states expected to grow with climate change
  • Daily Sentinel publisher will not sue lawmaker over fake news allegations
  • Lambing season begins in Gunnison

  • Paonia Town Council holds special meeting
  • CU research indicates climate change shortens ski season
  • Capitol Conversation discusses teen sexting, oil and gas issues

  • Fire outside of Paonia quickly contained
  • Colorado first state to offer in-state tuition to Olympic athletes
  • Paonia Town Council report

Paige Blakenbuehler, High Country News

Responders from the Paonia volunteer fire department acted quickly to contain a wildfire north of Price Road Friday afternoon. Dry, warm and windy conditions were ripe for a blaze.

  • Both parties kill oil and gas bills at statehouse
  • DCMH CEO holds health care town hall in Hotchkiss
  • Religious freedom bill again taken up by lawmakers
  • Rail line considered in Front Range to ease statewide traffic

  • Joint budget committee to finalize state budget
  • Food banks target Colorado seniors with limited budgets
  • Health care town hall tonight in Hotchkiss

  • Budget passes state House, goes to final committee
  • Four bills aim to address campaign finance reform in state
  • Capitol Conversation about 2018 race for Governor

  • Church of Art in Hotchkiss gets new mural
  • Colorado businesses raising minimum wage
  • DCMH to host healthcare town hall in Hotchkiss

  • PHS, CU Boulder host air quality science symposium
  • New Mayor in Montrose
  • Lot Street in Montrose to undergo waterline repair
  • Conserve water, save money in Montrose toilet rebate

  • Bill allowing driverless cars in Colorado clears House
  • Feature story about changing regulations to state marijuana industry

  • Radio exchange interview about budget, cuts to rural hospitals
  • Railroad to begin road closures, intersection work in Paonia on Saturday
  • Proposed bill would help former convicted criminals get jobs

  • Air Quality science symposium at PHS tonight
  • Lawmakers have many bills left with five weeks remaining
  • Montrose County BoCC votes to eliminate development impact fee
  • BLM seeks public input about change to Arkansas River land management
  • CPW fishing licenses officially in effect for April 1st

  • Capitol Conversation discusses issues with state budget
  • Colorado activists protest SCOTUS nominee Gorsuch
  • Transportation bill, tax hike make it to next step at statehouse
  • CU researchers, Delta County students to conduct air quality workshop

  • Lawmakers discuss, pass state budget in Senate
  • Water sampling in Gunnison County helps ranchers plan ahead

  • Update on incoming Hotchkiss, Paonia health clinics
  • Colorado group concerned about President Trump climate change rollbacks
  • Capitol Coverage preview of budget debate in state house
  • Listening area prep basketball players make all state teams

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