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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.

Get to know the candidates

Get to know the candidates

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.

Fire ignites southeast of Gunnison, 1.23 acres burned. Gunnison Country Times Editor Sam Liebl on the Country Meadows Mobile Home Park

CDC shows Covid rates low in Gunnison County, but bad in surrounding counties.

CO has a new Tourism Director.

GOP wants confirmation on BLM headquarters before a vote.

Community Matters: Monday, July 26

Community Matters: Monday, July 26

Evelyn Lim is the Director of Policy and Research at the American Cornerstone Institute. Peter LiFari is the Executive Director of Maiker Housing Partners. Scott Franz is Capitol Coverage reporter for KBUT and Rocky Mountain Community Radio.

COVID on the rise in most Colorado Counties.
Mudslides complicate transportation on major roads and the backcountry
Mt. CB to ramp up STR regulation enforcement and oversight
And more…

Heavy rain causes mudslides across Colorado
Lake Powell reaches historic low.
Interior Sec. Haaland, in Ridgway, shows support for CORE Act
And more..

Flood watch in effect,Low vaccination at nursing homes in Grand Junction,U.S. Interior Secretary comes to Western Slope

Small wildfire extinguished near Crested Butte
Stage 1 Fire Restrictions lifted for GMUG tonight
Data shows clear discrepancy in Coronavirus impacts for unvaccinated patients
And more…

KBUT Newscast: Wednesday, July 21

KBUT Newscast: Wednesday, July 21

Flash floods hit parts of Colorado,
County Pledges Assistance to Country Meadows Residents, Interior Sec. Haaland comes to Colorado

An in-depth look from KBUT News Director Christopher Biddle at last night’s Crested Butte Town Council meeting, where a moratorium on new STR licenses passed unanimously and the council also voted to save space on the November ballot for a vote on the Community Preservation Fund.

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