There’s good news out of Montrose, or really, out of Washington DC.
The federal government just awarded a quarter of a million dollars to Region 10, a Montrose based economic development organization. The grant was awarded by the Economic Development Administration, or the EDA. KVNF's Jake Ryan spoke with Jay Stooksberry, the Regional Development Coordinator for Region 10.
Originally published on Fri August 22, 2014 6:09 pm
Editor's note: This story contains language that may be offensive to some readers.
Life as a gay man in the U.S. has changed in the past decade — the law and cultural attitudes toward homosexuality have shifted. And those greater social and legal freedoms have also changed how some gay men choose to express their masculinity — and their femininity.
Feral cats continue to be a problem in the city of Delta. Some people have become caretakers for cat colonies that number up to 20 cats. The city is trying to work with these caretakers to spay / neuter the population to try to keep their numbers down.
KVNF's Jake Ryan talked with the Delta Community Development Director Glen Black.
The USA Pro Challenge started in Aspen on Monday. Over 120 cyclists from around the world competed in a circuit race between Aspen and Snowmass.
Colorado Public Radio talked to race announcer Phil Liggett. He said the riders were worried about the opening day because aspen is already at altitude.
"The guys who want to win this race…the race is over 7 days, a total of just over 800 miles in a week, it’s a tough week for them…but they know that a mistake on the first day and they may as well not bother with the rest of the week," Leggit told CPR.
Originally published on Tue August 19, 2014 11:46 am
Gabriela walks into a large, dimly lit apartment, goes to a counter, buys a bag of sativa and sits on the sofa with her friends, joint in hand, like in Amsterdam. Except this is not Amsterdam. This is Barcelona, and the open sale of marijuana is illegal.
Originally published on Fri August 15, 2014 9:49 am
With its new restaurants and stores, Denver's recently reopened Union Station is bustling now. But five years ago, it would have been empty.
"If you would have come down here on a Saturday, there would have been no one in here," saysWalter Isenberg, who runs Sage Hospitality, one of the main architects of Union Station's resurgence. "It would have been this vacant, desolate hall. Ceilings were peeling, kind of in some major disrepair."