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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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As the Royal Gorge turns 90, now is the time to visit Cañon City 28.7.2019 Denver Post: Business
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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Nanda: Water crises can be solved with technology — politics aside 26.7.2019 Denver Post: Opinion
What is common among Chennai in India, Basra in Iraq, and Capetown in South Africa? They all have suffered severe water crises. Alarm bells are ringing that without urgent action, “Day Zero” could become a reality in many parts of the world.
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Letters: Readers react to inflammatory, racist remarks (7/16/19) 16.7.2019 Denver Post: Opinion
We are all “real” Americans Re: “Group that yanked, defaced flags ...” July 15 letter to the editor
18 places you can rent a boat in landlocked Colorado 9.7.2019 Denver Post: Entertainment
Colorado may be landlocked, but you can still rent a boat for a day on the lake.
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18 places you can rent a boat in landlocked Colorado 9.7.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado may be landlocked, but you can still rent a boat for a day on the lake.
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Get Cooking: How to select (and utilize) melon 2.7.2019 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Quit thumping and start sniffing.
Letters: A war with Iran must be avoided; strong views on what to do about TABOR (6/30/19) 30.6.2019 Denver Post: Opinion
A war with Iran must be avoided Re: “Trump boosts financial pressure,” June 25 news story It is with great alarm that I have watched the escalation towards war and an armed conflict between Iran and the United States. I am not a politician. I am a military veteran having attained the rank of sergeant […]
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Big new reservoirs planned northeast of Denver would divert more of South Platte’s Nebraska-bound water to thirsty metro suburbs 30.6.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
Colorado officials are planning to build multiple large reservoirs on the prairie northeast of Denver to capture more of the South Platte River's Nebraska-bound water, then pump it back westward to booming metro suburbs struggling to wean themselves off dwindling underground aquifers.
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Colorado’s newest campground offers glamping an hour from Denver 29.6.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
Here's where you should book your next campground.
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Colorado’s newest campground offers glamping an hour from Denver 29.6.2019 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Here's where you should book your next campground.
The Spot: What we’ve learned (so far) at the Democratic debates in Miami 27.6.2019 Denver Post: All Political News
MIAMI — Hello from a very, very humid Florida. Last night marked the start of a new chapter in the Democratic presidential primary when the first drove of contenders sparred on the economy, immigration and gun control. I can confirm no candidate was harmed in the making of the debate. That said, we did learn […]
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