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COMMUNITY
2:45 pm
Wed January 15, 2014

Local Motion: Rural Movie Theaters Facing Costly Upgrades to Stay Open

Outside the Paradise Theatre on Grand Ave in Paonia
Travis Bubenik/KVNF

For this episode of Local Motion, we take a look at the plight of rural movie theaters in Colorado. 

The film industry has by and large mandated that starting this year, first-run movies (the blockbusters like "Frozen") will only be distributed digitally. The 35 mm films of old are on their way out and digital films are on their way in. 

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KVNF
10:20 am
Fri October 25, 2013

And the Winner Is...

Congratulations to Kevin O'Brien, the winner of our raffle contest for the 7 day, 6 night trip to Fiji!

Kevin and a (very, very special) guest of his choice will be traveling to the tropical paradise of Fiji for a luxurious stay at the Koro Sun Resort, Fiji's premier adventure resort on the island of Vanua Levu.

At Thursday night's annual meeting, KVNF's Ali Lightfoot and Amber McDaniel called Kevin to surprise him with the good news. He said his heart was beating out of his chest!

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COMMUNITY
3:30 pm
Tue August 13, 2013

Local Motion: Elaine Brett

Elaine Brett
Credit Jim Brett

If you live in the North Fork Valley, you may have seen signs for a survey that asks "Did we get it right?"

North Fork residents are being asked to complete this survey as part of the North Fork Heart and Soul Project that has been taking place for the past year.

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ARTS
3:30 pm
Tue July 30, 2013

Local Motion: Paradise Theatre Roundtable

(Left to right) Frederick Zimmer, Paonia Chamber of Commerce Board Member, Elaine Brett of the North Fork Heart & Soul Project, Amy De Luca, Paradise Theater Manager/Paonia Film Festival Director
Credit Christy Eller/KVNF

After being closed for about two months, the historic Paradise Theatre in Paonia is reopening its doors. 

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COMMUNITY
8:15 am
Tue July 30, 2013

North Fork Valley Airport Hosts Fly-In Breakfast

Herb Anderson with the experimental plane he built himself
Jim Brett

Herb Anderson parks his plane on the tarmac at the North Fork Valley Airport in Paonia. He’s one of a handful of pilots and aviation fans out for a Saturday-morning “fly-in, drive-in” breakfast. Like some of the others here today, his plane is “experimental,” which basically just means he built it himself. 

Born and raised just west of Olathe, Herb started flying when he was a sophomore at Olathe High School, or as he tells it, when he wasn't there: he used to play hookie to take flying lessons. 

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