Colorado Parks and Wildlife

In Mancos, New Utility Increases and Watering Restrictions

Mancos residents will see a slight increase of water and sewer rates next month alongside current watering restrictions.

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Coloradans Face Rising Municipal Bear Activity

Jun 22, 2018
Colorado Parks and Wildlife

When natural food sources fail to feed black bears, they often find new sources of food among humans. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh reports on how Coloradans are responding to an increase in incidents.

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416 Fire management will transition to a National Incident Management Organization team on Friday. The switch marks the end of the Rocky Mountain Incident Management Type 1 Team’s two-week service at the fire.

The new team specializes in longer wildfires (416 Fire has been burning since June 1) that are also deeper in the forest and away from densely populated areas.

U.S. Air Force

Navajo Code Talkers Day could return as a paid holiday for Navajo Nation – just in time for its celebration on Aug. 14.

Coming Soon: Summer Films at the Sunflower Theatre

Jun 20, 2018
Loving Vincent/Sunflower Theatre

What do Prince's "Purple Rain" and A24's "The Florida Project" have in common? Both will be screening at the Sunflower Theatre this summer.

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San Juan County officials have been accused of not correctly implementing redistricting orders for Navajo voters.

416 Fire Facebook

La Plata County has lifted evacuation orders for residents of Falls Creek Ranch and High Meadows neighborhoods.

Katie Klingsporn/KOTO

Tucked into a corner of San Miguel County, one small community is embarking on a big endeavor toward sustainability.

Emily Rice / The Journal

Only Mother Nature can extinguish the Burro Fire east of Dolores. That was the message given by fire officials at a public meeting Thursday night in the town’s community center.

Emily Rice / The Journal

Reporter Jim Mimiaga of The Journal has been following the Burro Fire north of Dolores extensively since it started at the end of last week.

Austin Cope's On-Air Goodbye

Jun 15, 2018
Tom Yoder

KSJD's Morning Edition host and news reporter Austin Cope gave a beautiful goodbye to our listeners on Friday morning, his last day at KSJD before he leaves for a two-year fellowship in India.

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