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August 16, 2020

Latest Update: The Williams Fork Fire, seven miles southwest of Fraser, Colorado, started near the Henderson Mill on August 14th and quickly grew due to high winds, steep slopes, and dense fuels. Working with long term fire behavior analysts, foresters and other natural resource specialists, Williams Fork firefighters successfully contained the southwest flank along County [...]

Stacy Stein interviews Helen Sedlar, Executive Director of the Mountain Family Center, on KFFR 88.3 FM. Helen joined the Mountain Family Center team in January 2013. Helen has an ABJ degree from the University of Georgia. Helen’s background offers over 30 years of nonprofit experience in Grand County. She was Development Director at Kremmling Memorial […]

KFFR’s Steve Skinner interviews author Craig Childs on Monday, April 13th, 2020. Craig talks about how the pandemic has impacted his life and how he is getting to spend a lot of time at home instead of his usual outdoor adventures. He also shares his research about how current human activity mirrors the activity of […]

Carrie Ann Mathis. Mathis, a teacher at Middle Park High School, is working with students to design and print 3-D masks for healthcare providers to help overcome serious shortages of PPE — Personal Protective Equipment — amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Listen:   You can also listen to and share the podcast, here: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/kffrcovid19/episodes/2020-04-09T18_08_30-07_00

                  Mayor Paul Chavoustie talks about Granby’s coordination with state and national leaders, how citizens can continue to be involved in town meetings, as well as deed-restricted and senior housing projects. Listen:   You can also access the podcast to listen and share here: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/kffrcovid19/episodes/2020-04-09T17_28_31-07_00

Interview with Dr. Michelle Lupica, Director of Emergency Departments for Middle Park Health. Dr. Lupica tells Stacy and Steve about measures the hospitals are taking to keep staff and patients from becoming infected with COVID-19, how people experiencing symptoms can access testing, and the impact of following Stay at Home orders on healthcare facilities. Listen: […]

Legendary singer/songwriter John Prine died on Tuesday, April 7th, 2020 due to complications from COVID-19. Steve Skinner played selection of Prine’s songs on the KFFR CovidCast on Wednesday, collected here, with some of Steve’s thoughts on John Prine’s passing. In Spite Of Ourselves w/ Iris Dement Hello In There Angel From Montgomery w/ Bonnie Raitt […]

KFFR’s Steve Skinner talks to Grand County Commissioner Richard Cimino about the COVID-19 contingency plans and other related topics. More information about Rich and the Grand County Board of County Commissioners: https://www.co.grand.co.us/203/Board-of-County-Commissioners Listen to the interview here:     You can also access the interview, and share it as a podcast, from KFFR’s COVIDcast, here: […]

Megan Ledin, Executive Director of The Grand Foundation, interviewed by Stacy Stein on Tuesday, April 7th, 2020. Ledin describes how the foundation and Grand County stakeholders are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, with resources on how to seek support, as well as how to contribute. For more information about The Grand Foundation’s Emergency Small Business […]

Congressmember Joe Neguse, representing Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District, which includes Grand County, gives an update on the federal government’s COVID-19 response, including how the $2.2 trillion CARES stimulus package will impact residents of Grand County. Listen here:     You can share this post, or head over to the KFFR Coronavirus/COVID-19 podcast and subscribe/share from […]


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