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    Thesa Callinicos

    Local Motion: Arts for All

    Arts education helps kids in many ways, improving their focus and creativity, allowing them to learn more effectively, and building social skills and self-confidence. KVNF's Jodi Peterson spoke with several people involved with the Paonia-based Arts for All to learn more about how the program is benefiting local children. The kids' latest project, a clay tile mural, will be unveiled April 26 at 6pm at the Blue Sage in Paonia. Interviews include director Neal Schwieterman, teachers Thesa...

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    • DMEA wins lawsuit, will have Tri State exit fee decided by PUC
    • Colorado voters will get chance to legalize sports betting in November
    • EPA protections on waterways, streams in West face rollbacks
    • Governor Polis signs budget on his 100th day in office

    • President Trump signs Colorado River drought management plan
    • Traveling geologist visits Crawford, talks history of North Fork Valley
    • Lawmakers grappling with new procedures to deal with complaints
    • Flood danger on West End greater due to large runoff

    A Florida teenager is dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot sound following a nearly 24-hour manhunt.

    Sol Pais flew into Denver International Airport Monday night. She then bought a pump-action shotgun from a gun shop in Littleton near Columbine.

    • House budget offers funding for full day kindergarten across state
    • Governor Jared Polis signs SB 181, oil and gas regulations could take years
    • Federal government approves Colorado River Basin drought agreement
    • Iconic chapel at Air Force Academy has unique history

    Updated at 5:20 p.m. ET

    The FBI says an "armed and dangerous" 18-year-old white woman obsessed with Columbine is dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. Because of warnings about the Florida woman named Sol Pais, more than a dozen school districts in Colorado were closed Wednesday.

    The 20th anniversary of the Columbine High School shootings is Saturday.

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    Suze Smith

    Host Jill Spears and gardeners Lulu Volckhausen and Lance Swigart discuss spring gardening subjects and take calls from listeners.

    • Vaccination bill making its way through State Capitol
    • Lawmakers seek to make paid family leave more available
    • Iconic Air Force Academy Chapel in dire need of repair funds

    After years of tension over expanded oil and gas drilling, including a deadly explosion that galvanized critics, Colorado is moving to tighten regulations on the booming industry. In a sweeping overhaul the governor is expected to sign, regulators will now have to consider public health, safety and the environment in decisions about permitting and local land use.

    The state must still hammer out the details of how to implement the new law over the next year. But the impending changes are already fueling hope for some, and fear for others.

    • Governor Polis signs Red Flag Bill into law
    • Bill requiring law enforcement to release more records to media is signed
    • Proposed Senate Bill would help Coloradans pay for prescription meds
    • State lawmakers approve first draft of 30.5 billion dollar budget
    • H2O Radio looks at Colorado River Basin drought mitigation plan
    • Montrose Mayor goes to Washington D.C.

    • Former coal workers could get help from training program for new jobs
    • First of many health care cost bills debated at State Capitol
    • Rollbacks on pollution in streams and lakes statewide set to take effect soon
    • Capitol Coverage feature on dispute between police, media about public information


    KVNF Board of Directors Meeting

    is Monday, May 20 at 5:30pm and will be held in the Montrose Public Library meeting room, 320 South 2nd, Montrose. Everyone is welcome!

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