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How to start a garden in Colorado during the coronavirus shutdown 8.4.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
If you start your garden now, you'll be able to eat freshly grown salads in no time.
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Chaos and scrambling in the U.S. oil patch as prices plummet 6.4.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
The global economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic has devastated the oil industry in the U.S., which pumps more crude than any other country. In the first quarter, the price of U.S. crude fell harder than at any point in history, plunging 66% to around $20 a barrel.
Alison Roman’s Seder table 4.4.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Alison Roman’s Seder Table
As temperatures rise, Arizona sinks 1.4.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Climate change and unregulated wells are depleting the West’s groundwater reserves.
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Five adaptable recipes, all from your pantry 30.3.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Five Adaptable Recipes, All From Your Pantry
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Get Cooking: Stretch your kitchen creativity, too 25.3.2020 Denver Post: Food
Given these days of sequestration cuisine, I wrote a column last week that was headlined “How to make the most of a stretched-thin pantry.” In response, someone wrote to me on Facebook, “What can I make with artichoke hearts, oatmeal and ketchup?”
Thirsty crops and vulnerable families vie for California’s precious water 4.3.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Farmers are pumping until residential wells run dry in the Central Valley.
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Letters: Good news for the future of electric vehicle usage; Questions for Sen. Gardner; Giving Sen. Gardner credit (2/29/20) 2.3.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Good news for the future of electric vehicle usage Re: “Electric vehicle goals could get jolt,” Feb. 8 news story As an electric vehicle owner, I am happy to see the proposed expansion of charging stations in Colorado and throughout the country. The article points out the different contributors to this expansion: the Colorado Energy […]
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Ski racers abandoning wax that improves speed amid fears that its toxic 1.3.2020 Denver Post: Outdoors
At ski races, competitors are starting to abandon a type of wax many count on for speed amid concerns it contains toxic chemicals.
New Mexico grapples with its ‘forever’ chemicals 26.2.2020 High Country News Most Recent
The City of Clovis has a water contamination problem, but no easy way to fix it.
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Trump’s gas wells in Wyoming would block pronghorn migration 25.2.2020 High Country News Most Recent
The 170-mile route has been traveled for 6,000 years. Conservation groups are trying to prevent 3,500 new wells from severing it.
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Prairie Mountain Media purchases Greeley Tribune 24.2.2020 Denver Post: Business
Prairie Mountain Media, a subsidiary of Media News Group, has reached an agreement to purchase the Greeley Tribune from Swift Communications.
Tunisian chickpea soup recipe: This garlicky, spicy chickpea stew is exactly what you need 21.2.2020 Denver Post: Food
Dried chickpeas might take longer to cook, he said, but their complex flavor is worth it. And that’s true whether you’re stuck on a desert island, or cozied up in your kitchen with a fragrant pot of chickpeas bubbling away on the stove.
How to make beef short ribs with olives 11.2.2020 Denver Post: Food
Praise the braise, the method of cooking foods in a wet environment (versus the dry place that an oven is).
Letters: Questioning the “freedom” offered by DeVos’ plan; Don’t use taxpayer money for faith-based education; Air near wells is safe according to tests (2/9/20) 10.2.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Questioning the “freedom” offered by DeVos’ plan Re: “Federal tax credits for donations would boost school choice scholarships,” Jan. 31 commentary Betsy DeVos stated in her commentary, “America’s forgotten students — those without the freedom the wealthy, powerful and well connected have always enjoyed” should have the same educational freedom as the wealthy. She ended […]
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There’s a new boom in the Permian Basin — wastewater 5.2.2020 High Country News Most Recent
As freshwater supplies shrink, interest in recycling water leftover from fracking is growing. Others aren’t so sure.
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5 incredibly wacky winter races that would only happen in Colorado 3.2.2020 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Looking for something to do in Colorado during the winter? Try skijoring, snowshoeing or another one of these wacky winter races.
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5 incredibly wacky winter races that would only happen in Colorado 3.2.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
Looking for something to do in Colorado during the winter? Try skijoring, snowshoeing or another one of these wacky winter races.
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Do wilderness therapy programs really work? 31.1.2020 High Country News Most Recent
The expensive treatments for troubled teens have been around for years — but researchers still aren’t sure whether wilderness makes a difference.
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Fatteh recipe: Yesterday’s bread, today’s lush fatteh 29.1.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
In the process of making sure that bread, one of the most popular but also most perishable staples, doesn’t end up in the trash heap, cuisines the world over have used every tool at their disposal to find delicious recycling options.
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