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From hard copy to internet, changes at The Denver Post over 125 years point to one thing — more change ahead 13.10.2017 Denver Post: Business
From its beginnings 125 years ago as a daily paper that aspired to perform as “a vaudeville show” to a new generation that employs mouse clicks, The Denver Post has exploded the boundaries of waning print circulation in an emerging hub of the New West.
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Denver Film Society files antitrust lawsuit against Landmark Theatres 27.9.2017 Denver Post: Entertainment
The lawsuit names Landmark and Dallas-based 2929 Entertainment -- both owned by billionaire Mark Cuban -- as plaintiffs.
Getting a “Resolving Host” error? Consider switching to an alternative DNS 18.9.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
Internet down? It may be the translator or Domain Name Server your ISP is using. There are alternatives.
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Money-for-water programs work — but for how long? 30.8.2017 High Country News Most Recent
In the Colorado River Basin, a pilot project wins over skeptical farmers and ranchers.
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There’s success in money-for-water programs — but for how long? 30.8.2017 High Country News Most Recent
In the Colorado River Basin, a pilot project wins over skeptical farmers and ranchers.
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Children consuming online time like junk food 6.8.2017 Lifestyle – The Indian Express
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Meanings accrete over time: Sheba Chhachhi 16.7.2017 Lifestyle – The Indian Express
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Some thought NPR tweeted ‘propaganda.’ It was the Declaration of Independence. 5.7.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
For about 20 minutes Tuesday, NPR traveled back to 1776. To echo its 29-year on-air tradition,the public radio network’s main Twitter account tweeted out the Declaration of Independence, line by line. There — in 113 consecutive posts, in 140-character increments — was the text of the treasured founding document of the United States, from its soaring opening to its searing indictments of King George III’s “absolute tyranny” to its very last signature. Who could have taken issue with such a patrio...
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Yes to medical marijuana in Utah, no to smoking it: Here’s what Utahns may vote on in 2018 27.6.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
After years of failed legislative attempts to legalize medical marijuana in Utah, supporters submitted an initiative Monday to place the issue before voters in 2018. The Utah Patients Coalition held a Monday morning news conference at the state Capitol and afterward delivered its proposed initiative to the Utah lieutenant governor’s office with patients, caregivers and supporters in tow. If the wording of the initiative is approved, backers must hold seven public hearings throughout Utah and co... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
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Utah supporters of medical marijuana expect to begin drive toward 2018 ballot on Monday 26.6.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
After years of failed legislative attempts to legalize medical marijuana in Utah, advocates and supporters plan to submit an initiative Monday to place the issue before voters in 2018. The Utah Patients Coalition has scheduled a morning news conference at the state Capitol building and afterward will deliver its initiative filing to the Utah Lieutenant Governor’s Office. If the wording of the initiative is approved, backers must hold seven public hearings throughout Utah and collect 113,143 sign...
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A Republican National Committee database was left exposed on the Internet for 12 days 20.6.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
A Republican National Committee database of nearly every registered American voter was left vulnerable to theft on a public server for 12 days this month, according to a cybersecurity researcher who found and downloaded the trove of data. The lapse in security was striking for putting at risk the identities, voting histories and views of voters across the political spectrum, with data drawn from a wide range of sources including social media, public government records and proprietary polling by ...
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Google says its Chrome ad blocker will lead to better ads, but some see a self-serving ploy 6.6.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
Google will soon deploy a built-in ad blocker in its Chrome Web browser that the company says will help curb the Web’s most intrusive ads while keeping the Internet’s foundational business model - people clicking on ads - intact. But some say the move to limit certain kinds of advertisements using one of the world’s most popular browsers may unfairly serve Google’s business interests at the cost of competing advertisers. Google says it has identified the most obnoxious types of ads in partnershi...
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Indie bookstores hold steady in tough retail market 30.5.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
New York • With retail stores shutting down at the fastest pace since the crash of 2008, the head of the American Booksellers Association is grateful to see business holding steady. After seven straight years of growth, core membership in the independent sellers’ trade group has dropped slightly since May 2016, from 1,775 to 1,757. At the same time, the number of actual locations rose from 2,311 to 2,321, reflecting a trend of owners opening additional stores. The association’s CEO, Oren Teicher...
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Rolly: Never has a free, independent press been more vital 30.5.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
Never before has a free and independent press been so under attack in the United States as it is now. And never before has the Fourth Estate been more vital in keeping democracy solvent in this country. That’s a bold statement, I know. And, coming from a member of the press, it can seem self-serving. But recent events culminating from a gradually growing contempt of the media by partisan forces over the past several years should set off alarms among freedom-loving Americans who understand why th...
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'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' sails into new franchise waters 25.5.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
Los Angeles • Captain Jack Sparrow might be a household name, but despite the cultural clout, the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise has gone adrift. In some ways, it’s been a series of diminishing returns, and they’re not done yet. As the fifth film, “Dead Men Tell No Tales,” prepares to set sail Friday, it’s already facing a few hurdles, including a changed blockbuster landscape, a star with a diminished profile and a six-year gap between installments. In 2003 “Pirates of the Caribbean: The ...
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A guide to watching internet TV on a TV 22.5.2017 Denver Post: Local
Are you new to watching TV online? Find out what's available, what you need and how to get started in this guide from The Denver Post.
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British comedian Stephen Fry focus of blasphemy complaint 8.5.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
London • Police in Ireland are refusing to comment on a blasphemy complaint and investigation involving British comedian Stephen Fry. The inquiry came to light when the Irish Independent newspaper reported Saturday that a member of the public had contacted police about remarks Fry made in 2015 to Irish broadcaster RTE. The individual told the newspaper it was his duty to complain under the Defamation Act, which makes blasphemy a crime punishable by a fine of up to 25,000 euros ($27,500.) In the ...
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A Remembrance Tale 6.5.2017 Reviews–Books – The Indian Express
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Saving nature’s first line of defence 23.4.2017 Buzz – The Navhind Times
  SHERAS FERNANdES | NT BUZZ Do you know about the role played by the beach dune systems in minimising the impact of natural hazards? The current generations might have seen these dunes, but the future generation might only learn about it as a topic of history, if sand dunes continue to degrade at such ...
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Reports about torture of gays in Chechnya produce no investigation, just threats against journalists 17.4.2017 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Chechen state television promised over the weekend to produce a tell-all investigation into reports on the torture of gay men in that Russian republic - not into the question of torture itself, but into how the story saw the light of day.
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