KVNF Public Radio will air individual interviews of the candidates for Paonia Town Council from 6-7 p.m. Friday, March 23, during the Wildcard Show.
A 38-year-old nonprofit was honored on Martin Luther King Jr. Day for building bridges in the community.
KVNF Community Radio was honored Monday evening with the Kids' Pasta Project's Building Bridges Service Award.
KVNF Community Radio announces plans to open an on-air studio in Montrose in the spring of 2018 to be named Studio M. Studio M will operate seamlessly with the KVNF studio in Paonia.
KVNF Community Radio and Alpine Bank are partnering to create The Alpine Bank Community Matching Fund. The fund supports the region's nonprofits to share their message throughout KVNF's listening area.
Four KVNF volunteer DJs were recently put on hiatus through the end of the municipal election cycle due to a Federal Communications Rule law.
The regulation, titled "Facilities for candidates for public office," states, in part, that if a licensee permits a legally qualified candidate for public office an appearance on the station, equal opportunities shall be afforded to all other candidates for that office, provided "that such licensee shall have no power of censorship over the material broadcast..."
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