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Wolf Creek leads the nation with 45 inches of snow in the past three days 17.12.2019 Denver Post: Local
Colorado ski areas were blanketed with snow this past weekend.
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Sexual harassment guidelines at two Colorado colleges restrict free speech, watchdog group says 5.12.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
A national nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting free speech on college campuses dinged two Colorado universities over their sexual harassment policies, saying the schools' definitions of harassment include constitutionally protected speech.
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Lionel Hollins to join staff of Lakers coach Frank Vogel 5.6.2019 LA Times: Commentary

The Lakers will add Lionel Hollins to their coaching staff as an assistant, a person with knowledge of the hire said Tuesday.

Hollins joins head coach Frank Vogel and assistant Jason Kidd on the staff. Vogel was officially introduced as the Lakers’ new coach on May 20, when it was also announced...

Denver Public Schools employee accused of mocking students’ names in email 21.3.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
The Denver school district is investigating an allegation that an employee who works in the enrollment office sent an email mocking students’ names.
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CU Denver scientists help journalists confirm identity of masked ISIS militant 19.3.2019 Denver Post: Local
Scientists at the University of Colorado Denver are using highly technical forensics to help identify terrorists.
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Fort Lewis College to start program for transfers from New Mexico’s San Juan College 19.3.2019 Denver Post: Local
Fort Lewis College in Colorado is set to start a new scholarship transfer program for graduates of San Juan College in New Mexico.
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Civil war flag returned to Maine museum after being stored in Colorado 19.3.2019 Denver Post: Local
An American flag that a Maine regiment brought into battles in Louisiana and Texas during the Civil War has returned to its home state.
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Norovirus outbreak prompts Greeley middle school closure 28.2.2019 Denver Post: Local
Franklin Middle School will be closed Thursday and Friday this week, and after-school activities and sports have been canceled in an effort to stop the spread of a norovirus outbreak.
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Developer gets OK for road on public land near Wolf Creek Ski Area 27.2.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
The U.S. Forest Service approved construction of a road across public land to reach private property where a developer plans to build condos and restaurants at a remote Colorado ski area.
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Laura Huenneke selected to lead as President of the Ecological Society of America for 2018-2019 term 10.8.2018 EcoTone
Laura Huenneke, an ecologist and conservation scientist who has also served in university and nonprofit leadership positions, became President of the Ecological Society of America (ESA) during the Society’s annual meeting in New Orleans, LA. Elected by the members of ESA for a one-year term, Huenneke presides over the world’s largest professional society of ecologists. ...
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Researchers study thousands of ticks collected by the people they bit 13.7.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Researchers invited the public to help them study the geographic spread of ticks that carry pathogens that can sicken humans. People were eager to oblige by sending in the pesky bugs that bit them.
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These winning photos of America's national parks and public lands will make you want to go right now 24.5.2018 LA Times: Commentary
The National Park Foundation's annual Share the Experience contest winners provide inspiration enough for planning your next road trip.
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George Washington names Tanya Vogel its full-time athletic director 10.4.2018 Washington Post
George Washington names Tanya Vogel its full-time athletic director
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What the Aetna scandal tells us about our healthcare system: It's a money pit 14.2.2018 LA Times: Commentary

Gillen Washington was a student at Northern Arizona University in 2014 when his health insurer, Aetna, denied authorization for the costly drug infusion he’d been receiving each month to treat his rare immunodeficiency disease. He appealed, but while he was waiting for a decision he wound up hospitalized...

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Kingsbury Pitcher, ski area pioneer and beloved owner of Wolf Creek, dies at age 98 19.1.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Kingsbury Pitcher, the owner of Wolf Creek ski area who developed New Mexico's Ski Apache, Ski Santa Fe and helped design Snowmass, dies at age 98.
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Scientists Are Learning Exciting New Things From Shitholes 15.1.2018 Mother Jones
Science may have dealt with a ton of BS last year, but the field also overflows with bowel-related breakthroughs thanks to the wealth of knowledge hidden in human and animal poop. “There’s nothing to be shy about with feces,” says Faith Walker, a genetics research professor at Northern Arizona University. “It’s becoming more and more important as a research tool.” […]
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Why preemies have impaired lungs 2.12.2017 Health – The Indian Express
'Die at your next fire': Ariz. professor accused of stalking firefighters and student 20.11.2017 Washington Post
'Die at your next fire': Ariz. professor accused of stalking firefighters and student
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Judge deals yet another blow to Red McCombs’ plan for Village at Wolf Creek 18.9.2017 Denver Post: Business
Texas billionaire B.J. “Red” McCombs has won few battles in his 30-year push to build as many as 1,700 homes and a resort village atop Wolf Creek Pass.
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Durango inventor combines music, robots and booze 16.9.2017 Denver Post: Local
The two most popular guests at a party are probably a robot and alcohol. One fascinates people and the other can make people fascinating.
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