Hope West Holiday Show

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Jaime Bourget dancing to My Wish at the Hope West Holiday Show at Two Rivers Convention Center Sunday afternoon.The annual luncheon is a benefit for the Hope West kids programs.Today was the second of the two day sold out event.

Regional officials skeptical as draft of water plan emerges

Colorado’s first stab at a statewide water plan makes no direct call for a new transmountain diversion of West Slope water to the Front Range. That doesn’t mean West Slope water is off the table, though, said observers and a member of the Colorado Water Conservation Board. Far from it.



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