11:09 am
Thu October 30, 2014

Last Day For Boating In Ridgway State Park

Zebra Mussels from the Great Lakes
Credit Environmental Protection Agency

The last day for boating in Ridgway State Park is this Friday, Halloween.  From November first all the way until March, the lake will be closed to motorized craft.  As Kirstin Copeland, the park manager explains, it has less to do with the boat’s occupants, and more to do with their stowaways.

The boat ramp at Ridgway has a season to it after 2009 when we started needing to do education and inspection for aquatic invasive species, like zebra mussels," says Kirstin, "for budgetary reasons we could only staff those for the predominant use season, and not the fringe season."

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3:30 pm
Thu August 14, 2014

Hunting and Fishing Gains Popularity With Women In Colorado, Nationwide

Mary Ann Gaston, 69, lines up with other women to practice archery at a two-day female-only shooting and fishing clinic held outside of Norwood, Colo.
Credit Laura Palmisano

Hunting and fishing are male dominated sports, but the number of women participating in these activities is on the rise. 

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8:54 am
Thu October 31, 2013

KVNF Regional Newscast: Thursday, October 31, 2013


  • Head of Oil and Gas Commission Praises Industry's Response to Flooding
  • State Department of Agriculture Still Investigating Case of Stolen Monkey
  • Drought Prompts Study of Gold-Medal Fishery Near Basalt
  • Delta County Residents to Vote on Ending More Term Limits
  • US Rep. Cory Gardner Criticizes "Brobamacare" Ads
8:15 am
Thu October 31, 2013

Drought Prompts Study of Gold Medal Fishery near Basalt

Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff and volunteers "shock" fish every other year on the Fryingpan. The electrical current attracts the fish so the group can catch and count them.
Credit Marci Krivonen/Aspen Public Radio

This Fall, a local river conservation group is keeping a close eye on the Fryingpan River. This follows last year's drought that brought the levels on the river down. 

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