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Archived Episodes and Excerpts
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.
Highway 50 construction resumes
Early Childhood Education bill passes State House
Move the Butte this weekend
Ian Havlick and Zach Guy of the Crested Butte Avalanche Center, State Representatives Barbara McLachlan and Julie McCluskie, and the organizers behind ‘Move the Butte,” Crested Butte’s annual community dance showcase.
Tara Shroedinger, Crested Butte general manager, talks about the worker shortage and the winter season so far.
Omicron calls for all hands on deck in schools, avalanche danger drops to low, and a ski industry expert talks about Vail and public relations headaches.
Omicron likely cause of COVID surge, but hospital remains stable. Airport renovations to finish on time says administrator. Record snowfall means big avalanches, but also long term stability.
This episode of Community Matters on KBUT was broadcast live Monday, November 15 from 6 to 7pm.
Supreme Court approves CO redistricting map.
COVID trends up in Gunnison County.
State enacts new precautions against COVID.
Imagine turning 18 and finding yourself aged out of the foster care system. You don’t have the resources to support yourself and now face homelessness. There’s a program in Montrose aimed at helping youth in this situation.
Coming up on Community Matters