KZMU News: Tuesday April 7, 2020

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If you’re a local business owner, it’s time to get your pencils out. Zacharia Levine, Grand County’s Community & Economic Development Director, joins the newscast to announce a new local grant for Moab area businesses affected by the COVID-19 health crisis. He also overviews several state and federal loan programs. Plus, news from the Navajo Nation as KJZZ’s Tribal Natural Resources desk profiles the COVID-19 surge. And, an interview with Kristen Ramirez-Marsh, executive director of Full Circle Intertribal Center, on how the local nonprofit is continuing to nourish Indigenous people during this health crisis.

Show Notes:

Interview with Zacharia Levine (14:00 – 39:00 min)

Info on Grand County’s new grant, state and federal business loans –…c-Development

Tribal Natural Resources Desk At KJZZ (00:00 – 5:00 min)

KJZZ, ‘Lacking Water and Electricity, Navajo COVID-19 Cases Surge’ –…48653.1560989966

Interview with Kristen Ramirez-Marsh, ED of FCIC (05:00 – 14:00 min)

Full Circle Intertribal Center –

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