User: flenvcenter Topic: Water-Regional
Category: Resource Management :: Conservation
Last updated: Jun 27 2018 07:53 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Monday, June 25, 2018 letters: Soccer’s appeal, drought concerns, Brighton Boulevard, health care, skunks 27.6.2018 Denver Post: Opinion
Soccer’s universal appeal Re: “Lions of Teranga inspiration for a nation,” June 21 column Dominique Badji’s recount of the meaning of soccer growing up in Senegal is a wonderful testament of the positives of nationalism and international sports competition and shows why futbol is truly the world’s most important game. It should be must reading for all Americans, particularly for those opposed to immigration. Robert Porath, Boulder Drought concerns Re: “Thirst for water clouds the future,” June 22 news story Thank you, Bruce Finley, for your excellent insightful article on the Rio Grande River’s depletion and the San Luis Valley’s drought concerns.
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Vanishing Rio Grande puts pressure on San Luis Valley farmers during extreme drought 22.6.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Seldom has the Rio Grande River, the nation's fourth longest and the one that nourishes the most drought-prone terrain, flowed so low.
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Wild horses in drought-hit Sand Wash Basin won’t have water hauled in 14.6.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
The wild horses in Moffat County's Sand Wash Basin will not be receiving supplemental water, at least not right now.
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Forest Service patrollers to help keep Dillon Ranger District safe from wildfires 2.6.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
A freshly trained team of U.S. Forest Service patrollers set out on the Dillon Ranger District of the White River National Forest this week, beginning a summer-long project to prevent wildfires and protect natural resources.
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Experts: “Alarming” drought conditions hit U.S. Southwest 24.5.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Rivers and watering holes are drying up, popular mountain recreation spots are closing and water restrictions are in full swing as a persistent drought intensifies its grip on pockets of the American Southwest.
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Southern Plains drought continues stress on crops, rangeland 22.5.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Lack of rainfall and above-average temperatures are prolonging the drought conditions that have stressed crops and rangelands and placed new pressures on groundwater sources across the U.S. Southern Plains, climatologists from the region said Monday.
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Whitewater river in Colorado a bright spot amid grim drought 21.5.2018 Denver Post: Local
Despite a severe drought across the Southwestern United States this spring, there should be plenty of water for rafters and anglers in one of the nation's most popular mountain rivers.
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Mexico, 2 U.S. states could see Colorado River cutback in 2020 10.5.2018 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Mexico and the U.S. states of Arizona and Nevada face a better-than-even possibility of getting less water from the Colorado River in 2020 because of a persistent drought, water managers said Wednesday.
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Arizona utility tries to end multi-state Colorado River feud 2.5.2018 Denver Post: Local
Arizona's largest water provider on Tuesday tried to defuse a multi-state dispute over the Colorado River, saying it regretted the belligerent-sounding words it used to describe its management strategy for the critical, over-used waterway.
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After brief relief, forecasts indicate drought will continue 24.4.2018 Denver Post: Local
Dry weather will prolong the wildfire threat through summer in the southwestern United States, even though weekend showers temporarily relieved drought conditions in parts of the area, forecasters said Monday.
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Armed man tasered by Elbert County sheriff’s deputy dies 14.4.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
A man died Thursday night after being tasered by an Elbert County Sheriffs' deputy. 
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Man, 71, falls off trail in Sunshine Canyon, tumbles quarter mile 14.4.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
A 71-year-old man suffered a concussion Thursday in a quarter-mile fall off of a trail in Sunshine Canyon.
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Worsening drought threatens endangered minnow as parts of the Rio Grande dry up 14.4.2018 Denver Post: Local
Federal water managers will be facing difficult decisions as the worsening drought is significantly affecting flows on one of the country's longest river systems and prompting rescue missions for a tiny endangered fish.
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Boulder is considering purchasing historic, 110-acre Poor Farm property for $5.2 million 8.4.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
The Boulder City Council soon will vote on whether to approve, for $5.2 million, the purchase of the historic, 110-acre Boulder County Poor Farm property on 63rd Street.
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Weather on! Colorado Rockies home opener forecast includes 80% chance of snowballs 6.4.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Rain, sleet and snow — not the Atlanta Braves — may be the Colorado Rockies' biggest foe at the 2018 home opener Friday afternoon.
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Dish’s Sling TV teams up with rival Comcast — say what? 6.4.2018 Denver Post: Business
Comcast TV subscribers can now subscribe to Sling International and its 394 channels in 21 languages. The head scratcher is that Sling is owned by Douglas County Dish Network, a rival of Comcast.
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Colorado mountain snowpack still lags, at 72 percent of the norm 26.3.2018 Denver Post: Local
Colorado mountain snowpack still lags, at 72 percent of the norm, and federal forecasters project drought will persist across much of the southwestern United States, threatening agricultural producers.
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Drought in spring? It’s possible. Here’s how to prepare your yard for drought in Colorado and beyond 17.3.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
This week's Punch List covers how to care for your yard in a drought (even in the spring) and planting vegetables.
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Cloud seeding may make it snow, but will it reduce droughts in the West? 26.2.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Machines that prod clouds to make snow may sound like something out of an old science fiction movie. But worsening water scarcity, combined with new evidence that "cloud seeding" can work, is spurring states, counties, water districts and power companies across the thirsty West to use the strategy.
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As Cape Town’s water runs out, the rich drill wells. The poor worry about eating. 24.2.2018 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Within the next few months, Cape Town's taps could run dry, the result of a protracted drought and a government failure to provide an alternative water source to this city of 4 million. Now residents are scrambling to find their own private solutions.
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