Every two weeks, we sit down with community leaders, and ask our listeners to send in their questions.
We want you to join the conversation. Email your questions to News@kbut.org.
Community Matters airs every other Monday at 6pm. Archived episodes are below.
KBUT’s Community Matters presents three interviews on three ballot initiatives going before Colorado voters in November. We’re looking at attempts to strengthen Colorado’s taxpayer bill of rights, cut income taxes, and re-introduce gray wolves to Colorado’s wild.
This show was originally broadcast on Monday, September 7th, Labor 2020. It was hosted by KBUT’s Christopher Biddle and Chris Rourke
We caught up with Kevin Coblentz, President of Cattleman’s Days on Community Matters
More and more people are coming to the Gunnison Valley to use our public land resources. We spoke with two people in the Gunnison Valley working to address the growing problem.
A conversation with School District officials ahead of school opening on Aug. 26.
Loren Ahonen, is the new...
A discussion with local leaders and health officials. This live discussion was originally broadcast on KBUT Monday, July 28th.
Chris Rourke (top), Editor of the Gunnison Country Times, and co-host of Community Matters on KBUT, asked Gunnison Public Health Director Joni Reynolds (bottom) why officials decided not to impose more stringent public health orders in the face of rising cases.
This live panel discussion was originally broadcast on KBUT on Monday, July 13.
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