KBUT Local & Regional News
Colorado’s economic forecast looks rosy
Rainfall across state aids drought
Crested Butte structure fire
Talking recycling and electrification. Featuring interviews with Crested Butte Town Council Member Jason MacMillan, Town Planner Mel Yemma, Sustainable CB VP Amy Newfield.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser on how Colorado will use settlement money, KBUT Exectuive Director Jackson Petito, and local geologist Amy Ellwein
Water supply is regularly interrupted for residents in a Gunnison mobile home park. After years of bringing attention to the issue, they still haven’t seen solutions. Several members of the community have been working on a state-wide plan to bring more attention to water equity issues.
Innovation in the West
Polis addresses lifeguard shortages
Avs take 3-1 lead in Stanley Cup Finals
Colorado is increasingly designating rights to streams themselves as rivers and drought continues to shrink water supplies.
Latest Station Happenings
The Kampout is this upcoming weekend on August 12th and 13th at the I Bar Ranch. We are so excited to have Leftover Salmon as our headliner with supporting acts Easy Jim, Neighbor, and Noodle. Enjoy two days of great music, yoga with Kristi Murrin from the CB Yoga Co-Op, a bouncy house, food trucks, dancing, camping, campfires, and more!
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