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No greeting card can say the truth of Mother's Day 3.5.2009 Durango Herald
A friendly reminder from way across the Hallmark aisle: Next Sunday is Mother's Day.
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A push for more wilderness protections 3.5.2009 Telluride: News
Under a proposal that’s been two years in the making, some 100,000 acres in and around San Miguel County would be protected as wilderness.
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A push for more wilderness protections 3.5.2009 Telluride: News
Under a proposal that’s been two years in the making, some 100,000 acres in and around San Miguel County would be protected as wilderness.
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Wall Street rally runs into its third month 2.5.2009 Durango Herald
NEW YORK - Wall Street extended its rally into a third month, shrugging off more reminders of the recession and placing cautious bets on an economic recovery.
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Canyon crews search for 3 missing in Colorado River 1.5.2009 Custom Search
Personnel at Grand Canyon National Park were searching Thursday for three people who jumped into the Colorado River below the boat beach near Phantom Ranch, and were carried away by the current.
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Nation's swine flu cases grow to more than 100 1.5.2009 Durango Herald
WASHINGTON - Hundreds of schools scattered around the country closed as the nation's swine flu caseload passed 100 Thursday, and U.S. authorities said they eventually could produce enough vaccine for everyone if necessary - but that shots couldn't begin until fall at the earliest.
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Owens: Close country's borders 1.5.2009 Durango Herald
DENVER - Former Colorado Gov. Bill Owens said Thursday the U.S. border should be closed and that educated professionals should be given priority to immigrate legally."I think we need to close the border. You can't have a legal system of immigration if you have a much easier illegal system," Owens, a Republican, told a panel at the University of Denver that's studying immigration.
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Study: Grazing threatens wildlife habitat in West 1.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
RENO, Nev. » Conservationists say in a new report that livestock grazing poses a threat to a wide variety of fish and wildlife across more than three-fourths of their dwindling habitat on federal land in the West.
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Grand Canyon rescuers search for 3 swept away by river's current 1.5.2009 Custom Search
Personnel at Grand Canyon National Park are searching for three individuals who jumped into the Colorado River below Boat Beach and were carried away by the current.
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Canyon crews search for 3 missing in Colorado River 1.5.2009 Custom Search
Personnel at Grand Canyon National Park were searching Thursday for three people who jumped into the Colorado River below the boat beach near Phantom Ranch, and were carried away by the current.
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Lucy Parham: Celebrating birds and their habitat 1.5.2009 Steamboat Pilot
Every year as the skiers leave, we watch some other amazing travelers choose the Yampa Valley to grace and transform our forests and grasslands with their songs and their offspring. The riparian forests of the Yampa Valley provide native habitat for more than 140 species of migratory birds.
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Let's close open-space loophole 1.5.2009 Vail Colorado: News
With regard to the Eagle County open-space initiative, it's clear that the deciders, including the county commissioners, don't hear their constituents.
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Grand Canyon rescuers search for 3 swept away by river's current 1.5.2009 Custom Search
Personnel at Grand Canyon National Park are searching for three individuals who jumped into the Colorado River below Boat Beach and were carried away by the current.
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4-H Horse Camp experiences largest rider enrollment ever 30.4.2009 Durango Herald
Plans are being finalized for the 10th annual San Juan Basin District 4-H Horse Camp, which will be held at the La Plata County Fairgrounds this weekend.
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April 28-29 30.4.2009 Durango Herald
Animal Control
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Branding Wilderness Lite 29.4.2009 NewWest.Net Politics
Editor's note: Second in a two-part series on resolving the conflict between mountain bikers and hikers over protecting roadless lands. Click here for the first part, plus a very interesting comment thread. Last week, I wrote about options hikers and wilderness groups had to make peace with mountain bikers so the two key constituencies could work together to protect roadless land. One option was urging Congress to pass another organic act creating a true alternative land designation. But what to call it? In past commentaries, I'm used the words "Wilderness Lite" to refer to various land designations that provide almost as much protection as the "Big W" Wilderness Congress designates under the Wilderness Act of 1964. Basically, cutting to the chase, I ...
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Branding Wilderness Lite 29.4.2009 NewWest.Net Travel & Outdoors
Editor's note: Second in a two-part series on resolving the conflict between mountain bikers and hikers over protecting roadless lands. Click here for the first part, plus a very interesting comment thread. Last week, I wrote about options hikers and wilderness groups had to make peace with mountain bikers so the two key constituencies could work together to protect roadless land. One option was urging Congress to pass another organic act creating a true alternative land designation. But what to call it? In past commentaries, I'm used the words "Wilderness Lite" to refer to various land designations that provide almost as much protection as the "Big W" Wilderness Congress designates under the Wilderness Act of 1964. Basically, cutting to the chase, I ...
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Madison Valley’s Famed Sun Ranch on the Block 28.4.2009 NewWest.Net Development
The Sun Ranch in Montana's Madison Valley, a spectacular 18,500-acre spread that's been at the heart of an ambitious conservation development program created by owner Roger Lang, is on the market for $55 million. In an interview, Lang characterized the move as "a personal decision" that would free up capital to further expand his ranch conservation efforts in Montana and elsewhere in the West. "Ninety-eight percent of Sun Ranch is protected by conservation easements," said Lang, who made a fortune in the tech business before turning his attention to conservation. "The business plan was to sell eight to 10 homesites. But we decided that rather than battle the recession and make the business plan work, we'd take some capital off the table and put it to ...
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Madison Valley's Famed Sun Ranch on the Block 28.4.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
The Sun Ranch in Montana's Madison Valley, a spectacular 18,500-acre spread that's been at the heart of an ambitious conservation development program created by owner Roger Lang, is on the market for $55 million. In an interview, Lang characterized the move as "a personal decision" that would free up capital to further expand his ranch conservation efforts in Montana and elsewhere in the West. "Ninety-eight percent of Sun Ranch is protected by conservation easements," said Lang, who made a fortune in the tech business before turning his attention to conservation. "The business plan was to sell eight to 10 homesites. But we decided that rather than battle the recession and make the business plan work, we'd take some capital off the table and put it to ...
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Renewing a battered land 27.4.2009 High Country News Most Recent
Richard Manning looks at the prairie and considers its future in Rewilding the West: Restoration in a Prairie Landscape.
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