Daily Newscasts

March 24, 2017

– Local producer talks feature film about end of Appolo era
– Extreme mountain race raises funds for avalanche education
– Capitol Conversation focuses on transportation bill
March 23, 2017

– Blues & Brews Brings Bonnie Back
– Local Dog Breeder Appears In Court
– Bill Zeros In On Medical Marijuana Plants
March 22, 2017

-Local Artists Get A Financial Boost
-Marijuana Money Goes Toward Substance Abuse Prevention
-State Senate Passes Self Driving Vehicle Bill
March 21, 2017

-Officials Share Concerns With Lt. Gov During Visit To Telluride
-Local Dog Boarder Faces Felony Animal Cruelty Charge
-Boating Season Is Upon Us
March 20, 2017

– Proposal Would Protect Colorado Renters
– Snowpack Forecast Is Robust
– Colorado’s Budget Shortfall Could Mean Tough Choices For Lawmakers
March 17, 2017

-Mountain Village Attorney Talks VCA Confusion
-CPR For The Mind: Upcoming Training Focuses On Mental Health First Aid
-State Officials Aim To Crack Down On Distracted Drivers
March 16, 2017

-Renewable Solutions Explored
-Will The Real Rick Ross Please Stand Up?
-Summer Flights Fly Forward In Western Colorado
March 15, 2017

– County Road Debate Continues
– Purgatory Ski Resort Extends Season
– Daffodil Days In Full Bloom
March 14, 2017

-Fifty Thousand Dollar Innovation Prize Up For Grabs Wednesday
-Squirts Squeak In A State Championship
-Statehouse Approves Birth Certificate Modernization Act
March 13, 2017

– A rundown of lower board meetings this week
– Remains identified as those of Nucla man
– New marijuana grow bill clears the state house
March 10, 2017

– Daughter of woman detained by ICE talks new reality
– String Cheese to play pop-up show
-Lawmakers introduce transportation measure
March 9, 2017

-Area Startups Include “Air B&B For Vans” & Voice Activated Web Design
-Filmmaker With Telluride Ties To Screen “Transformative” Project
-Public Input Wanted With Meadows Plan

March 8, 2017

-Community Organization Raising Awareness In Wake Of ICE Detainment
-SMART Board Gathers Thursday
-Unidentified Flying Object Likely Military Aircraft

March 7, 2017

-No Need To Drone On: Council Talks Unmanned Aircraft Regs
-New Housing Matrix Gets Feedback
-Ridgway Workshop To Teach Bear Hunting: 101
March 6, 2017

– Motorcycle Crash Leads Rescuers On Overnight Mission
– Museum Reflects On 2016
– Tabor Talk: Effort Underway To Save Millions For Coloradans
March 3, 2017

– Backcountry Blowout Raises Concerns
– Cancer Rates Decrease in Colorado Ski Country
– Snow Totals & Avi Summary for February
March 2, 2017

– HARC Hearing On SMPA Lot Draws A Crowd
– Town’s Housing Matrix Gets A Makeover
– More Trouble In Bear Creek Backcountry
March 1, 2017

– Local Man Survives Bear Creek Avalanche
– KKK Targets Western Slope For Recruitment
– Nearby Ski Resort Voluntarily Shuts Down After Inspection
Feb. 28, 2017

-HARC To Hold Public Hearing Regarding SMPA Lot
-A Local Perspective On Colorado River Study
-Fat Tuesday Brings Fat Storm
Feb. 27, 2017

– ACT Gears Up For Next Event
– Head on down to New Orleans, at the Purple House On Pine
– New Mexico Mother Dies In Purgatory Ski Accident
Feb. 23, 2017

– Commission looks at incentivizing affordable housing
– Telluride man spends two nights in Teton backcountry
-NASA researchers turn to SW Colorado for snow study
Feb. 22, 2017

-Norah Jones & Others Join Bluegrass Lineup
-3rd District Data Revealed In Immigration Study
-Local Projects Benefit From Lottery Ticket Sales
Feb. 20, 2017

-Head-On Snow Plow Collision Kills Cortez Man
-Council Votes To Make Less Light On Ridge Line Permanent
-Colorado Gets Its First Drive-Thru Weed Shop
Feb. 17, 2017

– Let’s learn to laugh again: Comedy Fest hits town
– Gay Ski Week promises drag, dance and more
– Death penalty repeal attempt fails again
Feb. 16, 2017

– VCA situation worse than officials thought
– “Day Without Immigrants” in Telluride
-Squad goals: Norwood gets new enforcement vehicle
Feb. 15, 2017

-Crowd sounds off on Senator Cory Gardner
-Restaurants will close for “Day Without Immigrants” strike
-GJ Daily Sentinel to sue state senator over fake news allegations
Feb. 14, 2017

-East End Lots The Focus Of Town Discussion
-Let There Be Light and Liberty
-Med Center CEO Says No Solutions For Rural Healthcare Setbacks
Feb. 13, 2017

– Further details of VCA mismanagement come to light
– An update on local teen diagnosed with leukemia
– Town Council to discuss “East End” lots Tuesday
Feb. 9, 2017

-An Update On Lawson Bobcat
-Local Immigrants Sound Off On VCA Crackdown
-Chamber Music Makes A Come”Bach”
-Butch Cassidy Ski Chase Is Saturday
Feb. 8, 2017

-What’s The Stink About In Lawson Hill?
-Chocolate Lovers Is This Weekend!
-Colorado Highlights Top Projects
Feb. 7, 2017

-Bobcat Kill Confirmed
-Local Dems Reorganize & Re-Energize
-Remembering The Life Of Pi Through Backcountry Storytelling
Feb. 6, 2017

– Mayor Dan Jansen explains VCA “lawful presence” requirement
– Kenworthy takes second in Olympics qualifier competition
– Trump vs. the media
Feb. 3, 2017

– Local resistance gains traction
– An interview with Congressman Scott Tipton
– Local area governments to convene Monday
Feb. 2, 2017

– Ghost Riders gear up for synchro competition
– Former Mountain Village mayor shares harrowing rescue story
-Rico has a new town manager
Feb. 1, 2017

-Telluride Clears Up To 50K For Mental Health
-Ride Fest Promoter Talks Festival Lineup
-New Marijuana Statistics Released

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