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After the Camp Fire, Paradise is still home 6.4.2020 High Country News Most Recent
How our connection to place will shape the future of the West.
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Air pollution and COVID-19 could be a dangerous cocktail 3.4.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Pollution already makes breathing harder for some. Will the pandemic follow similar patterns?
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What role should medical students play during COVID-19? 2.4.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Some students want to step into the fight against the pandemic, but safety and preparation is a concern.
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Denver family gives their grandpa hugs and kisses through the window of his memory care facility amid coronavirus pandemic 30.3.2020 Denver Post: Local
Chelsea Place resident Ken Pelot was able to visit with his family through a window. It was the first time they had all seen each other in nine days.
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Misrepresenting traditional knowledge during COVID-19 is dangerous 23.3.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Indigenous scholars say claims of herbal cures amounts to malpractice.
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The Park Service is selling out to telecom giants 16.3.2020 High Country News Most Recent
With Trump’s blessing, cell towers are infiltrating protected public lands across the West.
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What’s threatening the elusive wolverine? 16.3.2020 High Country News Most Recent
As snowmobilers fight to preserve their pastime, scientists worry about the future of the species.
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Letters: Seeking quality education in our own backyard (3/15/20) 16.3.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Seeking quality education in our own backyard Re: “Northeast Denver: Residents seek new high school options,” Feb. 29 news story
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As Colorado college students go hungry, state encourages them to apply for SNAP benefits 8.3.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
SNAP enrollment remains a key tool in fighting hunger on college campuses, state higher education officials agree.
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Letters: Don’t let fear of socialism block spread of good ideas; Confronting racism personally; Documenting slavery; more letters (2/28/20) 28.2.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Don’t let fear of socialism block spread of good ideas Re: “This is how Scandinavia got great,” Feb. 16 commentary What an insightful look at investing in the education of their youth, while establishing their relationship to the community and the world as well, and how that informs their sense of responsibility to the least […]
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Clearing the air? New study says Colorado likely underestimates emissions from oil, gas wells 28.2.2020 Denver Post: Local
A new study that says the state has likely underestimated the emissions generated by the oil and gas industry along Colorado's Front Range.
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Letters: Health study incomplete; For the people, by the people; Yes, she can (and did); What about Weld? (2/24/20) 25.2.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Health study incomplete Re: “Study checks state’s health,” Jan. 19 news story This front-page article in Sunday’s Business section calls much-needed attention to human health measures that are routinely overshadowed by economic measures in news coverage. However, the SmartAsset study uses only six of the 35 health metrics for county health rankings that are readily […]
Latino impact on Colorado’s 2020 elections depends on turnout 24.2.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
Colorado's Latino voters, long a growing force on the state's electoral map, are poised to have an even larger impact on the 2020 election -- if more of them vote.
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Letters: Back vaccine education; Buck’s over-the-top statement; Stop for those school buses (2/19/20) 19.2.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Back vaccine education Re: “Vaccine bill: Governor backs proposal,” Feb. 4 news story While the anti-vaccine community claims it is their right to refuse to protect themselves and their families from deadly diseases it is also the right of others to protect themselves and their families from the harm these vaccine deniers can bring. I […]
Colorado teacher fights push to fire him over allegations of racism 14.2.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
An Overland High School social studies teacher and longtime adviser to the Aurora school's chapter of the Black Student Alliance has community support as he fights the Cherry Creek School District's attempt to fire him over allegations of racism.
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Editorial: The environmental review process is broken, but Trump’s plan goes too far 13.2.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
We agree in large part with the spirit of Trump's 2017 order, but we fear the finished product swings the pendulum of oversight too far in the other direction.
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Letters: Questioning the “freedom” offered by DeVos’ plan; Don’t use taxpayer money for faith-based education; Air near wells is safe according to tests (2/9/20) 10.2.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Questioning the “freedom” offered by DeVos’ plan Re: “Federal tax credits for donations would boost school choice scholarships,” Jan. 31 commentary Betsy DeVos stated in her commentary, “America’s forgotten students — those without the freedom the wealthy, powerful and well connected have always enjoyed” should have the same educational freedom as the wealthy. She ended […]
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Billionaires are changing communities and the wild in Wyoming 10.2.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Sociologist Justin Farrell explores the ways wealth shapes Teton County and the Western U.S.
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Showdown over Trump’s plan to overhaul landmark environmental law heads to Colorado 9.2.2020 Denver Post: All Political News
For 50 years, the NEPA law has served as an environmental Magna Carta, obligating Americans to anticipate impacts before embarking on any major development projects involving the federal government, whether through funding, permitting or the work itself.
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Do wilderness therapy programs really work? 31.1.2020 High Country News Most Recent
The expensive treatments for troubled teens have been around for years — but researchers still aren’t sure whether wilderness makes a difference.
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