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                            Ashton Ray Hansen

                            Local Motion: Mental Health First Aid

                            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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                            • Delta High School science teacher wins fellowship to study climate change
                            • National Geographic ambassador talks about journey of exploration
                            • Capitol Conversation interview about a couple of bills at state house

                            Suze Smith

                            Host Jill Spears and gardening guru Lance Swigart discuss winter gardening subjects and take calls from listeners.

                            Ali Lightfoot

                            District 1 commissioner Mike Lane talks with Felix Belmont and Ali Lightfoot about his work in the oil and gas fields, his experience as a new commissioner and his hopes for Delta county.??

                            • Waterways in Colorado among many threatened by pollution rollbacks
                            • Census in Colorado might not count the state's accurate population
                            • Municipalities adjust schedules caused by President's Day closures

                            • Lawmakers want to protect Coloradans from surprise medical bills
                            • KDNK interview about Secretary of Interior nominee David Bernhardt
                            • Capitol Coverage of law making it easier for kids to own, run businesses
                            • Snowboarder fatality at Snowmass

                            • Olathe schools back open after student makes threats, is arrested
                            • Capitol Coverage looks at communities trying to regulate tobacco use
                            • Another Democratic challenger throws hat into ring to unseat Gardner
                            • Patients with autism may soon be allowed to use medical marijuana


                            Delta city organizers are putting the final touches on plans to build a pocket park. The site is where the old West's Home Center building was situated. KVNF News spoke with Delta City Manager David Torgler to find out about how the grants were awarded for the project and to get the news. Graduate students from CU Denver held a workshop to help with the design of the new park.

                            • Governor Polis will not intervene in Denver public schools strike
                            • Arizona, California fail to meet deadline about drought mitigation
                            • Colorado River Basin fate could be decided by the Bureau of Reclamation
                            • Expect delays: work on avalanche control work slated today in Southwest
                            • Federal funds earmarked for repairing 2018 rockslide on Red Mountain Pass

                            • Rockslide closes I-70 westbound in Glenwood Canyon for hours on Tuesday
                            • CDOT crews will work on rockslide mitigation on I-70, delays expected
                            • Two bodies recovered from Island Lake on Grand Mesa
                            • Delta County men presumed dead after Snow Cat falls through ice

                            Suze Smith

                            Host Jill Spears and gardening guru Lance Swigart discuss winter gardening topics and take calls from listeners.


                            KVNF Board of Directors Meeting

                            will be held on February, 18 at 6:30pm in the Western Colorado Realty conference room, 116 West Bridge Street, Hotchkiss. This meeting is open and everyone is invited

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                            February 20 & 21 6pm-9pm Call 527-4866 to register

                            First Deadline March 29th

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