KBUT Local & Regional News
Covid continues to decline. School District announces mask exit strategy, and lake trout at healthy levels in Blue Mesa.
County covid case numbers drop for second straight week
State job recovery numbers are strong
Aaron Blunck takes X Games silver in Aspen
Drought conditions are improving thanks to “Santa Slammer,” lawmakers drop more than 160 bills, and Blunck’s back at the X Games, with live fans too!
Omicron may have peaked, but health officials are cautious to confirm. Staff shortages have been hard for teachers and school administrations, who were already operating with fewer employees than usual.
Drought conditions improve for Gunnison County, but Eastern Colorado remains in danger of wildfire. Plus, some news from the opening day of the Colorado General Assembly.
Economic update shows good news for hotels and restaurants, skyrocketing housing costs, and difficulties on the lower end of the income spectrum.
Latest Station Happenings
DISCO INFERNO ON FRIDAY MARCH 25TH, 2022!
KBUT’s Disco Inferno (FKA Soul Train) will be held this year on Friday March 25th, 2022 at the CB Center For The Arts!
We will start selling tickets online on March 1st, 2022. We will cross our fingers, wear our masks, and hope that by March 1st we will be able to host this community dance party in a safe and fun way!
Stay tuned for updates about this event as the winter unfolds.
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