Mancos Creative District

Opera Lafayette, based in Washington DC, will perform the 18th century French comic “The Blacksmith Opera” at the historic Reddert Ranch, in Mancos in October. Ryan Brown, founder and artistic director, spoke with Tami Graham about the event. Brown and his family inherited the Reddert Ranch from his grandparents and still raise cattle there today:


Follow NPR's coverage of Ginsburg's death and the political aftermath here.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the demure firebrand who in her 80s became a legal, cultural and feminist icon, died Friday. The Supreme Court announced her death, saying the cause was complications from metastatic cancer of the pancreas.

The court, in a statement, said Ginsburg died at her home in Washington, D.C., surrounded by family. She was 87.

Dunton Hot Springs

It's the final day of KSUT's fall membership drive, and time for our Grand Prize Drawing this evening at 6, for a relaxing 2-night stay at the rustic and elegant Dunton Hot Springs, complete with beverages and culinary offerings. 

Mark Duggan

Local groups that address hunger are finding that the coronavirus has a hidden silver lining. It's led to a swell of support and more focus on food resources in the Four Corners.

Wolf Creek Ski Area

It's day 4 of KSUT's fall membership drive, and it's Pagosa Springs Day! We'll be drawing for our Day Prizes, this evening at 6:

• a Wolf Creek Peak Power Pass ($963 value)

• Two massage and soak passes to Overlook Hot Springs

• Four soak passes to Overlook Hot Springs

The HISTORY LIVE Durango series continues this week with KSUT's Ted Holteen, host of the Ike's America Radio Program during hour two of his show, Thursday night from 7-9. His readings are also available to listen to online, posted below.

Thanks to a generous challenge grant from the Gay & Lesbian Fund for Colorado, they'll match up to $3750 towards all new member and increased sustaining member pledges made during KSUT's Fall Drive.

It's day 3 of KSUT's fall membership drive, and it's Purgatory Day! We'll be drawing for our Day Prize, this evening at 6:

• a Purgatory Power Pass ($750 value!) 

Got Voting Questions? We've Got Answers!

Sep 15, 2020

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3, but registered voters in Colorado will receive mail-in ballots after Oct. 9. With national concern about the veracity of mail-in ballots, Colorado has become a focal point. Colorado began statewide vote by mail in 2013, although some counties used it before that.

Earlier this year, the Navajo Nation Reservation was a major hot spot for coronavirus cases. Now, it's seen a day without a single positive case.

It's a turning point in its battle against the virus. Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez attributes that to Navajo leaders and citizens heeding the advice of public health officials.

"All we did as leaders and public health professionals is we accepted [the] recommendations from the CDC, NIH," Nez says. "We took one step more, putting those recommendations into public health emergency orders, making them law."

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