User: flenvcenter Topic: Water-Regional
Category: Resource Management :: Wells
Last updated: Oct 14 2019 23:32 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Packing heat; a ministeroni; wipes frenzy 14.10.2019 Current Issue
Mishaps and mayhem from around the region.
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Get Cooking: Colombian exchange offered us the potato 9.10.2019 Denver Post: Food
For just under one half of the year 1925, two Polish researchers ate no other food than cooked potatoes (mashed with butter; sliced and dressed in olive oil; lightly salted; and otherwise flavored, or merely plain). After all these tuberous three squares, they reported no weight gain (or loss), no health issues and, most surprisingly, “no craving for change in their diet.”
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Denver-based Newmont Goldcorp, world’s largest gold miner, says it’s on track to deliver commitments made during $10B merger 5.10.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
In his first week on the job, Newmont Goldcorp CEO and President Tom Palmer said the company is on track to deliver what it pledged to do when it undertook the merger that made it the world's largest gold-mining business.
Oil-gas law is a paradigm shift, co-sponsor tells those writing new rules 26.9.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
At the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission meeting protesters urged state regulators to halt new drilling until new rules are finished.
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Court dismisses last of Boulder County legal claims against Crestone Peak Resources 25.9.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Oil and gas driller Crestone Peak Resources on Monday claimed victory in a year-long legal battle with Boulder County.
Colorado farmers fight to save their water and their community’s future 16.9.2019 Current Issue
‘We can either wait on Mother Nature — or we can give it a shot ourselves.’
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A water ‘win-win’ in Colorado? Not so fast. 16.9.2019 Current Issue
A plan to export water from the San Luis Valley to the Denver Metro area is met with defiance.
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Developers seeking water for booming Front Range look to the San Luis Valley, where farmers already face well shut-offs 16.9.2019 Denver Post: Local
Thousands of feet under irrigated green crop circles, Colorado's low-income San Luis Valley holds vast water in a super-deep aquifer, and developers 180 miles away on the booming-yet-water-stressed Front Range want to tap it to supply suburban expansion.
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Democrats step on shaky political ground with fracking bans 11.9.2019 Denver Post: Business
Several Democratic presidential candidates are running on a promise to ban fracking -- and stepping on unstable political ground as they do so.
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Colorado ramps up response to toxic “forever chemicals” after discovery of hot spots across metro Denver 10.9.2019 Denver Post: Local
Tests have measured PFAS contamination of groundwater in metro Denver at levels up to 2,928 times higher than a federal health advisory limit, officials at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment told The Denver Post.
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The Mormon Church supplied tainted water to its members for years 2.9.2019 High Country News Most Recent
Utah regulators turned a blind eye to faulty water systems at a girls’ summer camp, trusting the LDS Church would eventually fix the problem.
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Utopic or dystopic future Bozeman? 21.8.2019 High Country News Most Recent
Things aren’t like they used to be in Montana’s iconic mountain town.
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The mysterious cow murders at Missouri Breaks 19.8.2019 Current Issue
In 2068, a West Obsessed investigation.
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Climate Criminals 19.8.2019 Current Issue
As the world’s last climate change deniers are brought to justice, those tasked with going after them face a final challenge: retirement.
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Colorado severance tax collections expected to drop sharply, even though a bust is nowhere in sight 18.8.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado, like other states, taxes the natural resources that are "severed" or removed from the earth. But after two up years, those revenues are expected to drop by half, and possibly more, depending on how much a global economic slow down weighs on commodity prices.
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Is it too late for Colorado to capture billions of dollars in oil and gas tax revenues in a permanent fund? 18.8.2019 Denver Post: Local
Centennial State still has no permanent mineral trust fund; that's OK, say those who see system working as envisioned
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Historic ranch on Colorado’s high plains now holds millions of gallons of water for Denver-area economic development 17.8.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
The desire to expand housing, commerce and other development around metro Denver and on arid high plains once deemed inhospitable has driven an innovative urban water broker to build a $22 million reservoir on a ranch 70 miles east of the city along the South Platte River.
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Colorado toughened up its oil and gas rules. But how tough are they? 11.8.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado's oil and gas regulations have long been touted as among the strictest in the country. As state regulators begin writing rules to implement a sweeping new oil and gas law, those regulations are getting a hard look and some Coloradans are calling for tougher rules.
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Ask Amy: Neighborly peace might require fence and a camera 2.8.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Dear Amy: My husband and I recently bought a house.
As the Royal Gorge turns 90, now is the time to visit Cañon City 28.7.2019 Denver Post: Outdoors
There's so much to do in the Royal Gorge region — hiking, biking, climbing, rafting. "There are very few places where you can do all these things and experience the gorge and the train and wineries. It’s really a hidden gem that, in my opinion, should not be hidden,"said Brent Hargrave, chief operating officer at Royal Gorge Bridge and Park.
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