User: flenvcenter Topic: Water-Regional
Category: Resource Management :: Reservoirs
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PHOTOS: The day in pictures — January 11, 2018 12.1.2018 Denver Post: National News Headlines
A selection of photos from around the world Thursday, January 11, 2018.
Colorado says mine can continue polluting creek above a Denver drinking water reservoir 12.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado health officials have granted Climax Molybdenum a third extension of a “temporary” lifting of the state's health limit for molybdenum pollution of a creek, allowing continued elevated discharges above Denver’s drinking water supplies.
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‘Atmospheric rivers’ aid the West — and imperil it 11.1.2018 High Country News Most Recent
Improved storm forecasts could help reservoir managers store more water while avoiding floods.
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Colorado fishing report for week of Jan. 7, 2018 10.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
The following information is provided by Colorado Parks & Wildlife employees and local fishing enthusiasts. 
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Flow of Colorado River in seven downstream states threatened by scant snowpack 6.1.2018 Denver Post: Local
Western water forecasters are worried that poor snowpack in the Upper Colorado River basin could cause the river to flow at just 54 percent of its average volume during the runoff season. That would cause a problem for water consumers in seven states downstream from Colorado.
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Boulder’s Polar Plunge returns to New Year’s Day with a splash 2.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
The Boulder Polar Plunge — which benefits the American Cancer Society — made its return to New Year's Day on Monday after being canceled in 2016 and taking place on Jan. 7 in 2017.
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The Colorado Divide extends far beyond geography into politics, culture and mindset 31.12.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
As 2017 draws to a close, so does The Denver Post’s months-long series of stories, photos and videos on the Colorado Divide, which explored how rural and urban residents often feel as though they live in separate Colorados.
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The 26,000 tons of radioactive waste under Lake Powell 19.12.2017 High Country News Most Recent
The West’s uranium boom brought dozens of mills to the banks of the Colorado River — where toxic waste was dumped irresponsibly.
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Global warming boosted Hurricane Harvey’s rainfall by at least 15 percent, studies find 14.12.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Wednesday morning two independent research teams, one based in the Netherlands and the other in California, reported that the deluge from Hurricane Harvey was significantly heavier than it would have been before the era of human-caused global warming.
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Vail Resorts announces $52 million face-lift at Whistler 8.12.2017 Denver Post: Outdoors
Vail Resorts President Rob Katz used the company's quarterly earnings report to announce that Whistler Blackcomb resort will be a big part of next year's capital improvement plan.
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It’s not only trees — wildfires imperil water too 6.12.2017 High Country News Most Recent
Sediment-choked watersheds and erosion could become more frequent as wildfire activity grows.
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Wickstrom: Why fishing at Dillon Reservoir is the best it’s been in years 6.12.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Dillon Reservoir, a 3,000 acre storage reservoir, is owned and operated by the Denver Water Board. Located adjacent to I-70 near the town of Dillon Colorado, this is one of the most easily accessible mountain reservoirs in the state. Lake Dillon was formed when the Dillon dam was built in 1963 to provide storage for Denver’s water supply. The old town of Dillon was flooded and many of the buildings were moved to the current towns of Dillon and Silverthorne. It took a few years for the reservoir to fill.  By the mid-seventies Lake Dillon became one of Colorado’s premier Brown trout fisheries.  While I have driven by Dillon Reservoir hundreds of times, it has been decades since I fished there.
Concerns over potential increase in molybdenum pollution limits (2 letters) 5.12.2017 Denver Post: Opinion
The Climax Mine wants to increase pollution limits 43 times higher than their present molybdenum levels. I guess they have not been reading about what has happened in Flint, Mich.
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After Oroville, officials across the West review dam safety 2.12.2017 High Country News Most Recent
The California dam’s spillways are ready for rain as safety officials prepare for future catastrophes.
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Tale of two walls: C-470 noise prompts opposite reactions from two neighborhoods 1.12.2017 Denver Post: Local
Dozens of homeowners living along C-470 in Highlands Ranch desperately want a wall built to block escalating noise from a soon-to-be expanded highway just beyond their backyards.
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Wickstrom: Colorado winters don’t have to mean ice fishing. Cast your rod at Pueblo Reservoir 29.11.2017 Denver Post: Outdoors
Most lakes in Colorado will soon see ice starting to form and virtually all the boat ramps are closed. Mountain river areas will see ice develop and even most fishable tailwaters will experience inclement weather that can make fishing uncomfortable and difficult.
Remembering Katie Lee 10.11.2017 High Country News Most Recent
Our readers share their thoughts and memories of the Western icon.
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Wickstrom: Layer up for some of the best fishing of the year 8.11.2017 Denver Post: Outdoors
If you're willing to brave some cooler weather, the next few weeks can provide some of the best fishing of the year on Front Range reservoirs with a real chance at trophy fish.  My main target this time of the year is walleyes but you will tend to find several species bunched in the same spots.
Cops: Idaho woman intentionally drove off cliff with 3 kids 28.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
An Idaho woman who drove her sport utility vehicle off a cliff and into a reservoir in a crash last year that killed her and her three young children did so deliberately, officials said Friday.
Denver Water irked as mining giant pushes CDPHE to increase limits 43 times for allowable molybdenum pollution of streams 27.10.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
Denver Water is fighting a push by a global mining giant to increase by 43 times Colorado's limit for molybdenum pollution of streams, including headwaters of the Colorado River above Denver's drinking water reservoir.
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