Gunnison County is seeing a resurgence in COVID19 with more than thirty new cases in the month of October. Andrew Sandstrom is a public information officer with the County. He joined us to talk about the current rates of transmission, as well as possible changes to public health orders in the near future.
With the 2020 election just a few weeks away, we wanted to highlight two Colorado reporters that have worked hard to keep voters informed and ready to make confident decisions. AND…Having trouble getting enough sleep? A sleep specialist gives some tips.
This show was originally broadcast on Monday, September 7th, Labor 2020. It was hosted by KBUT’s Christopher Biddle and Chris Rourke
A discussion with local leaders and health officials. This live discussion was originally broadcast on KBUT Monday, July 28th.
Chris Rourke (top), Editor of the Gunnison Country Times, and co-host of Community Matters on KBUT, asked Gunnison Public Health Director Joni Reynolds (bottom) why officials decided not to impose more stringent public health orders in the face of rising cases.
This live panel discussion was originally broadcast on KBUT on Monday, July 13.
Joni Reynolds, Gunnison County Public Health Director; and Keith Robinson, Gunnison City Police Chief., discuss the new normal in a post-covid Gunnison Valley.
Live panel discussion with members of the Gunnison County Investigative Science Team.
This program was originally broadcast on Monday, May 11 on KBUT. It was hosted by KBUT’s Christopher Biddle. He was joined by Gunnison Country Times Editor Chris Rourke.
This panel discussion, which included listener submitted questions, was recorded live on KBUT on Monday, April 28 at 6pm.