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Austin Cope

In March of 2017, shortly after President Obama designated the Bears Ears National Monument, KSJD spoke with two people who lived near the monument's new boundaries. Slightly over a year later, after drastic cuts to the monument and the beginning of a legal fight over the Antiquities Act, KSJD's Austin Cope reached back out to the people with whom he had spoken.

US Forest Service

The US Forest Service began the first-ever closure of the San Juan National Forest on Tuesday. According to a Forest Service statement, the decision is based on exteme wildfire danger.

Courtesy of Wynn Jones

At the end of May, the Community Radio Project Board of Directors chose Wynn Jones to be the next Executive Director of KSJD and the Sunflower Theatre.

Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin suggested Monday that the county consider adopting regulations on growing marijuana for personal use or as a caregiver.

US Forest Service

The San Juan National Forest plans to implement a forest-wide closure on Tuesday because of dangerous fire conditions.

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