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User: flenvcenter Topic: Land-National
Category: Places :: Colorado
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The quest to save a dying Spanish dialect in Colorado’s San Luis Valley: “A treasure that exists nowhere else in the world” 22.11.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Dennis Lopez's eyes light up when he articulates the differences in this dialect, which over the years infused words from various Native American tribes, French fur trappers and American settlers into the classic Spanish brought over by early settlers into Mexico and up through the San Luis Valley.
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Adre “Psycho” Baroz arrested in connection with 3 bodies found in rural southern Colorado 20.11.2020 Denver Post: Local
Federal agents arrested a Colorado man wanted in connection with the discovery of three bodies on two remote properties in the San Luis Valley in rural southern Colorado.
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Investigators search for Adre “Psycho” Baroz after 3 bodies found on properties in rural Colorado 18.11.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
Colorado law enforcement officials are searching for a man they believe to be connected with the three human bodies discovered on a rural property in the southern part of the state last week.
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Human remains found at two sites in San Luis Valley prompts investigation 18.11.2020 Denver Post: Local
Human remains have been found on two separate properties in the San Luis Valley and multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, are investigating the discoveries.
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Christmas tree cutting at Arapaho and Roosevelt national forests held up by wildfire aftermath 16.11.2020 Denver Post: Local
Three other national forests are already selling permits.
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Colorado tree begins journey to Washington, D.C., to grace the Capitol for Christmas 7.11.2020 Denver Post: Local
A Colorado Christmas tree that will grace the Nation's Capitol this holiday season has been cut and readied to visit several communities before its journey to Washington D.C.
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Half of Colorado’s district attorneys will be replaced after election, setting scene for future of criminal justice reform 24.10.2020 Denver Post: All Political News
At least half of the state's 22 judicial districts will have new district attorneys on Jan. 1. Every district attorney seat is up for election this year, though many candidates and a handful of incumbents are running unopposed after victories in the primaries.
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How Black Lives Matter, broader social justice movement have impacted smaller communities across Colorado 18.10.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
SOUTH FORK — Isaac and Wyatt Manobla were manning their booth at the town farmers market on July 10 when they decided to ask a customer if they would donate a dollar to Black Lives Matter. It wasn’t even about the money. The brothers, who worked at nearby Sol Mountain Farm, mostly wanted to spark […]
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Along with raising cattle, company aims to raise awareness about the ranching way of life 20.9.2020 Denver Post: Local
Along with raising cattle and bison on five ranches, Duke Phillips III and his team are raising awareness about ranching as a way of life and a way to conserve the West's open spaces, wildlife and other natural resources.
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Tribes’ ancestral remains return home to Mesa Verde National Park 18.9.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Tribal leaders have reburied the remains of their ancestors that were taken more than a century ago from what's now a national park in Colorado.
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As San Luis Valley’s water shortage intensifies, Gov. Jared Polis mulls climate warming adaptation 30.8.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
How to adapt to a hotter, drier world is emerging as a do-or-die mission for people living around the arid West.
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PHOTOS: Grizzly Creek, Pine Gulch fires as seen from above 25.8.2020 Denver Post: Local
The Grizzly Creek fire grew overnight Monday to 32,060 acres, 50 square miles, but fire crews were able to gain significant containment, up to 44% Tuesday morning from 33% the day before. Denver Post photographer Helen H. Richardson captured these images during a flight for aerial photography on Monday, August 24, 2020.
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As wildfire smoke hangs over Colorado, state’s air quality board inches toward plan to reduce haze 21.8.2020 Denver Post: Local
A 90-degree haze of wildfire smoke and other pollutants hung over Colorado's mountain valleys and cities Thursday, increasingly beyond the control of state government officials, who inched forward in their efforts to make improvements to future air quality.
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Federal judge orders COVID-19 testing at Bakersfield immigration detention facility 16.8.2020 LA Times: Health

Judge orders COVID-19 testing at Bakersfield immigration detention center where a spreading outbreak was met with "deliberate indifference" for weeks.

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“She is someone, she is no longer our Jane Doe”: Douglas County authorities ID woman killed in 1993 cold case 13.8.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
A young woman whose body was found in 1993 near a makeshift camp in the forest of Douglas County has finally been identified, the sheriff's office announced Thursday. Now, the search for the person or people responsible for her death has reignited.
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For first time in 8 years, 100% of Colorado is under drought or abnormally dry conditions 7.8.2020 Denver Post: Local
On Thursday, federal officials designated 100% of the state abnormally dry or in drought for the first time in eight years — "extreme" or "severe" in many areas — consistent with a broader transformation of the Southwest amid climate warming.
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Colorado tree selected for Christmas at U.S. Capitol 29.7.2020 Denver Post: Local
A Colorado tree has been selected to move to the U.S. Capitol Building to be displayed over the Christmas holiday, a U.S. Forest official said Monday.
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Colorado attorney accused of shooting driver during protest 17.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
ALAMOSA -- A defense attorney is accused of shooting a driver in the back of the head after the man drove close to protesters in the street during a demonstration over the killing of George Floyd in southern Colorado.
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ICE alleges coercion behind California hunger strike; detainee calls agency officials 'liars' 6.6.2020 LA Times: Health

Over the years, hunger strikes have been a tool used to bring attention to what's happening inside immigrant detention facilities.

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ICE said a 74-year-old was too dangerous to release. He died of apparent suicide 20.5.2020 LA Times: Health

Choung Woong Ahn's family said he should be released because of his age and health issues. ICE disagreed.

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