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FAQ: What Coloradans are Asking About COVID-19

FAQ: What Coloradans are Asking About COVID-19

Health officials have confirmed the first case of the covid-19 virus in Gunnison County. The patient is a female in her 40s who had both a recent history of travel and symptoms consistent with COVID-19. The patient is currently under isolation in her home in Gunnison. Officials are investigating others with whom she may have had contact. The state health department confirmed the case Tuesday morning and announced the news in a press conference held by Governor Jared Polis in which he declared a state of emergency in Colorado.

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KBUT will broadcast the 2019 Crested Butte News Candidates Forum LIVE from the Center for the Arts on Sunday, October 20th at 6 p.m.

Drought conditions are improving thanks to “Santa Slammer,” lawmakers drop more than 160 bills, and Blunck’s back at the X Games, with live fans too!

Community Matters: Tuesday, January 18th

Community Matters: Tuesday, January 18th

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.

KBUT Newscast: Wednesday, January 19

Omicron may have peaked, but health officials are cautious to confirm. Staff shortages have been hard for teachers and school administrations, who were already operating with fewer employees than usual.

KBUT Newscast: Thursday, January 13

Drought conditions improve for Gunnison County, but Eastern Colorado remains in danger of wildfire. Plus, some news from the opening day of the Colorado General Assembly.

Economic update shows good news for hotels and restaurants, skyrocketing housing costs, and difficulties on the lower end of the income spectrum.

GVH runs out of monoclonal antibodies to treat severe Covid
Polis seeks state budget boost for firefighting
Blunck qualifies for third Olympic Games in Beijing next month
And more…

Community Matter: Monday, January 3.

Community Matter: Monday, January 3.

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.

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