Julian Brave Noisecat

West Obsessed: Native American Housing Crisis

From the earliest days of white settlement, fortunes have been made and dynasties built on land taken from Native Americans, this continent’s first victims of gentrification. In this episode of West Obsessed, the writers and editors of High Country News discuss the impacts of modern housing crises on Indigenous populations.

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Lisa Jae

Listen to the P-Town Players take on "Come to the Bank", an episode of the classic radio theater series "Lights Out". "Come to the Bank" is both a story about the lengths one woman will go to for what she believes in    and an examination of infatuation and female hysteria in the 1950's. 

Singer songwriter Jordyn Pepper visits the KVNF studios to play some tunes and talk about her journey from being a Colorado farm girl to a Nashville musician.  

Courtney Ryan

Feb 23, 2018

The KVNF Family would like to send our heart felt condolences to our former news producer Jake Ryan,  who lost his wife Courtney in a car accident on Monday.  Courtney was a beloved member of the Paonia community. She and Jake were an important part of KVNF and contributed their time and energy to many other great area non profits and causes while they lived here.  We send all our love to Jake and Courtney's family as they cope with this tremendous loss.  

  • A third harassment claim is filed against Rep. Senator Baumgardner
  • Report card on reproductive rights passes Colorado, fails the nation
  • El Paso County lawsuit against 3M for water contamination
  • Harassment claim against Rep. Senator Tate deemed credible
  • Ordinance regulating OHV use in Montrose takes effect today
  • Condolences to Jake Ryan, former KVNF News producer

  • More fall out from Florida school shooting, local students arrested
  • Permit and fee system to be implemented at Hanging Lake
  • District playoffs start in high school basketball, Hotchkiss wins

North Fork Historic Society

Host Jill Spears welcomes special guests Claudia King and Judy Livingston from the North Fork Historic Society for a conversation about North Fork Valley history, especially as it relates to fruit growing.

  • 15-year old did not bring a gun to Delta Vo Tech campus
  • Conservationists in Colorado prepare to battle Trump Administration over budget
  • School District 51 to contract security officers in five Grand Valley schools
  • Grassroots effort in state to curb authority of ICE agents

  • Montrose Regional Airport fastest growing in state
  • Capitol Coverage talks issues at statehouse

Jeff Reynolds

KVNF is broadcasting from Intrinzik Music Venue in Montrose today, to generate support for our Studio M Project, bringing a KVNF studio to downtown Montrose. Drop in if you can (512 E. Main St.,) pledge online or call us at 1-866-KVNF-NOW (866-586-3669.)

  • Partisan battle brewing at statehouse over Civil Rights Division
  • Feature story about the first dam on the Colorado River
  • Recap of results from high school wrestling state tournament

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