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Community Matters airs every other Monday at 6pm. Archived episodes are below.
Archived Episodes and Excerpts
With the 2020 election just a few weeks away, we wanted to highlight two Colorado reporters that have worked hard to keep voters informed and ready to make confident decisions. AND…Having trouble getting enough sleep? A sleep specialist gives some tips.
In the wake of protests against racial inequality worldwide, a group of local activists are working with the town of Crested Butte to embrace and support community member’s of color. Ginny Turner and Chloe Bowman are members of the education sub-committee.
The local election season kicks into high gear this week as the four candidates for County Commissioner will have three of four debates. KBUT’s Christopher Biddle speaks with Community Matters co-host Chris Rourke for a rundown on debate schedules, candidates, and likely issues.
The 2020 election will be historic for any number of reasons. As the national debate rages onward, what do you need to know about voting here in Gunnison County?
Interviews for this show include Gunnison County Elections officials and local Black Lives Matter Activists. We also give a rundown of the upcoming debates!
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.
Coming up on Community Matters