Ashton Ray Hanson

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Robin Berndt, a training and outreach coordinator for the Center for Mental Health, speaks with Ali Lightfoot about programs offered in western Colorado that help educate the community about mental health, suicide prevention and those in crisis.

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  • Lawmakers open legislative session at the State Capitol
  • Over 100 demonstrators rally for stricter oil and gas regulations
  • Outgoing Governor John Hickenlooper considers run at Presidency
  • Food stamps being held up as government shutdown continues

In the fall of 2017, four seventh-grade girls from Ridgway Colorado formed a group called “Carry On!? Ridgway Reuses.”? ?Their goal was to ban single-use plastic bags in their hometown and address the global dangers of plastics.? Over a year later, on December 12th, 2018, the?Ridgway?Town Council voted to adopt a Single Use?Plastic Bag Ban?Ordinance, effective March 1st.??KVNF’s Ali Lightfoot spoke with these young activists about their efforts.

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  • Outgoing Governor Hickenlooper losing staff to high profile jobs
  • Western Slope Resources Reporting
  • Recent state of emergency declaration doesn't reflect propane supply
  • Meat industry sets new standard for use of antibiotics

Ashley Krest

KVNF's Ashley Krest speaks with the folk duo Penny and Sparrow at the 2018 Moab Folk Festival.

  • Paonia resident faces murder charges in January shooting of local man
  • Governor-elect Jared Polis to have congressional writings archived at CU
  • Western Slope Resources Reporting
  • New program encourages young people to become farmers of tomorrow

  • Governor declares state of emergency due to lack of propane
  • 33,000 Colorado residents, mostly rural, face winter without heating fuel
  • Young students in Ridgway inspire city-wide ban on plastic bags
  • Head of Delta County Economic Development appointed to state board

  • Fundraisers across state warn donors to be wary of scams
  • Mental health problems increase dramatically over Holiday season
  • Colorado River flowed to Mexico four years ago, left a lasting legacy
  • Affordable health care plans still available from state; deadline approaches
  • Montrose City Council appoints 17 citizens to public safety committee

  • Senator Cory Gardner seeks marijuana and Conservation Fund bills
  • Early estimates of snowpack suggest Colorado River will be low next year
  • Capitol Coverage of rural insurance rates on the Western Slope

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  • Gunnison Energy pays penalty for two oil and gas leaks in North Fork Valley
  • Agency approves larger oil and gas setbacks from schools and daycare facilities
  • Residency complaint re-filed against Delta County Republican Matt Soper
  • Capitol Coverage of complaints filed against outgoing Hickenlooper, Williams
  • Court ruling in Texas casts doubt on Affordable Care Act in Colorado

  • State agency regulating labor relations hopes for tougher governor
  • Capitol Conversation covers insurance rates in rural Colorado
  • Tribal water rights on Colorado River discussed in recent report

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