The KBUT Newscast is a two-to-four minute daily roundup of what’s happening here in the Gunnison Valley and around Colorado. How do you hear it?
On the radio: Weekdays at noon along with national headlines from NPR. Also at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. following All Things Considered.
On the web: Go to KBUT.org for all things Community Radio in the Gunnison Valley. Look for the audio player near the top of the page. You can now also get the local newscast by streaming at NPR.org. Just be sure to sign in here to make KBUT show up as your local station.
On your smart speaker: Set KBUT as your home station and then say “Play the news from NPR” to hear national headlines followed by the local newscast.
Fire near 135 calls for multiple agencies
Final legislative maps are one step closer
New legislation aims to boost teacher salaries in rural Colorado
Senate confirms new BLM leader
Research shows Western conservation support across political spectrum
DIA Janitors strike today at noon
Congressional redistricting plan approved by independent commission
State begins Pfizer 3rd dose booster effort
State reactivates healthcare staffing center
Vail resorts issues vaccine mandate for all employees and some guests
State economic forecast looks bright, despite summer Covid resurgence
Fall elk rut peaks this week
Vail Resorts to require proof of vaccination for on-mountain cafeterias this season
Colorado GOP rejects proposed switch to state nomination caucuses
Afghan evacuees begin to arrive in Colorado
Remains-tampering charges dropped in death of Moffat cult leader
Air quality groups want more enforcement from Governor Polis
BLM heading back to DC, but will retain a Grand Junction office
Local school mask mandate in line with majority of Colorado districts
Governor Polis lays out statewide vaccine booster plan, gets historically married
Bear euthanized after trapping Steamboat family
Biden pushes green tech in visit to Colorado, Republican Heidi Ganahl enters governor’s race, and new state house and senate maps divide two west slop counties.
School Board enacts mask mandate in 3-1 vote at contentious meeting
County health officials fear additional Covid strain on an already-stressed local healthcare system
Mesa County Commissioners rebuke conspiracy theorists; County Clerk still missing
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