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Governor Polis Provides Update on State’s COVID-19 Response; Says No Mask Mandate Needed, Just Yet

Governor Polis Provides Update on State’s COVID-19 Response; Says No Mask Mandate Needed, Just Yet

SARAH FLOWER Governor Jared Polis screenshot from Press Conference 8/25/21 Observers were expecting Colorado Governor Jared Polis to announce a mask mandate at Wednesday's press conference, but Polis says the state does not need to implement one just yet. KSUT’s...

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Valerie June Added to Lineup as Lucinda Williams Pulls Out of Four Corners Folk Festival Citing Health Reasons

Valerie June Added to Lineup as Lucinda Williams Pulls Out of Four Corners Folk Festival Citing Health Reasons

Four Corners Public Radio Courtesy Of Valerie June/ We regret to announce that Lucinda Williams has canceled her performance at the 2021 Four Corners Folk Festival, citing her health in a statement from management: “Our apologies for this, but it is with deep...

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Initiative Hopes to Return Colorado State University’s Hughes Stadium Land to Native and Indigenous People

Initiative Hopes to Return Colorado State University’s Hughes Stadium Land to Native and Indigenous People

Four Corners Public Radio | By Clarissa Guy/Rocky Mountain PBS Rocky Mountain PBSSupporters of the Hughes Land Back initiative gather in Fort Collins. An alliance of Native and Indigenous leaders is asking for Colorado State University (CSU) to return 165 acres...

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Revised Covid Policies for Four Corners Folk Festival; Children Under 12 No Longer Required to Take Covid Test

Revised Covid Policies for Four Corners Folk Festival; Children Under 12 No Longer Required to Take Covid Test

Four Corners Public Radio | By Chris Aaland In the interest of public safety, and due to a rapidly changing health environment, KSUT and the Four Corners Folk Festival have amended their health and safety protocols for this year’s event, to be held on...

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River Towns: Alamosa | Southern Colorado’s Rio Grande River Has Fueled a Historic Way of Life. Can it Last?

River Towns: Alamosa | Southern Colorado’s Rio Grande River Has Fueled a Historic Way of Life. Can it Last?

Four Corners Public Radio | By Seth Boster/Denver Gazette Published August 16, 2021 at 5:12 PM MDT The Gazette/Wildflowers line a trail along the Rio Grande, with Blanca Peak in the distance. In the fields beyond Alamosa, it was a rare morning. Cleave Simpson found...

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