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.
Proposition DD has passed with 50.7% of the vote, according to unofficial vote totals from the Colorado Secretary of State’s office.
Colorado residents have rejected a request from their state legislature to remove an annual government spending limit that some elected officials argued is holding back the state’s roads and schools.
Your 2019 local election results.
Journalist and Masters of Environmental Management student Sam Leibl gives us the latest on this invasive annual grass and its potential impact on the Gunnison Valley.
State lawmakers are advancing a bipartisan response to the deadly shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch that occurred in May. On Thursday, lawmakers on a new school safety committee approved five bills they think will make schools safer in the wake of that shooting.
The U.S. House voted Thursday morning in favor of a massive public lands bill that aims to protect more than 400,000 acres of public land in Colorado. The House voted 227-182 strictly along party lines, sending the CORE Act to the Senate.
More than a decade ago, calls to clean up a giant pile of toxic waste along the Colorado River reached a fever pitch. Now clean up efforts are going to protect the water source for 40 million people in the West.
Colorado lawmakers want to see sports betting legalized and taxed to pay for the state’s water plan, but it’ll be voters next month who get the final say.
The 2019 Crested Butte Candidates Forum, presented by the Crested Butte News was broadcast live at the Center for the Arts Crested butte on Sunday, Oct. 20 at 6 p.m. Six candidates vied for five open seats on the Crested Butte Town Council.