KBUT News is exploring better ways tto keep you informed in the wake of the COVID-19 Crisis. This includes an ongoing series and Q&A sessions with local leaders, experts, and citizens.
KBUT Broadcast a live Question and Answer Session with local health officials on Monday, March 16. The event was broadcast from the ICE Lab in Gunnison.
Health officials have confirmed the first case of the covid-19 virus in Gunnison County. The patient is a female in her 40s who had both a recent history of travel and symptoms consistent with COVID-19. The patient is currently under isolation in her home in Gunnison. Officials are investigating others with whom she may have had contact. The state health department confirmed the case Tuesday morning and announced the news in a press conference held by Governor Jared Polis in which he declared a state of emergency in Colorado.
KBUT will broadcast the 2019 Crested Butte News Candidates Forum LIVE from the Center for the Arts on Sunday, October 20th at 6 p.m.
The conversation features Emily Mirza from Gunnison County Substance Abuse Prevention Project and Brad Wheaton from Gunnison County Department of Human Services.
Live panel discussion with members of the Gunnison County Investigative Science Team.
More than 600 people have volunteered with Gunnison County to help with a variety of tasks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Freelance Stephanie Malatarich sheds light on some of what they’ve done.
The grim task awaiting lawmakers – balancing a budget devastated by the coronavirus outbreak – is even more grim on Tuesday after they learned they’ll have to cut significantly more than originally thought.
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.
It wasn’t too long ago that former Gov. John Hickenlooper was shaking hands and kissing babies in Iowa during his short-lived presidential campaign. Now he spends hours talking into an iPad taped to a stack of wedding photo albums in his family room.
Dr. Lance Dalleck shares his research findings on High-Intensity Interval Training and its implications for improving everyone’s health.
This program was pre-recorded on Monday, May 4th and broadcast that evening on KBUT. It features an interview with Gunnison County Public Information Officer Andrew Sandstrom
Humorist, motivational speaker, and chief happiness officer Anthony Poponi shares his insights on how to be happier at work and in life.
This panel discussion, which included listener submitted questions, was recorded live on KBUT on Monday, April 28 at 6pm.