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Solar panels degrade over time, but they’re still good for some purposes. Recently, a group of students at Western helped one professor convert discarded solar panels into cell phone chargers. The chargers will go to Ukraine and Poland as part of a relief effort.
This episode of Community Matters featured interviews with Alex Hager, water reporter for KUNC and Rocky Mountain Community Radio; Brooke MacMillan, Artistic Director at the Crested Butte Center for the Arts, and Megha Nayar, one of the writers selected to participate in the Center’s residency program.
Two recent moves aim to benefit water access for tribal communities in the Colorado River basin.
Summer is right around the corner, and climate experts are starting to get an idea of how much water will be available in the West’s most important river. Experts are looking at high-mountain snow for a sense of drought conditions in the months to come.
State senate debates fentanyl bill
Gunnison police back on duty after fatal shooting
Blue Mesa Reservoir halfway full for spring
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Thank you all for making Disco Inferno a fabulous event!
We are so grateful to the Center for the Arts for hosting us and to DJs Triple L and Turnstyle for keeping us all dancing!
Special thank you to all of our incredible volunteers who made the event possible- we couldn’t do this without you all!
And huge gratitude to the following sponsors of Disco Inferno:
Center for the Arts
Talk of the Town
Magda Dewnowski CPA
Gunnison Valley Health
Third Eye Photography
High Mountain DJs
Old Town Inn
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