Wild-horse control

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Marty Felix, left, Georgia Manus, center, and John Boughton stand at the Little Bookcliffs Wild Horse Area. They are part of the Little Bookcliffs Wild Horse Area Darting Team, a volunteer group which holds down the population of wild horses in the area by shooting darts with a substance that prevents mares from becoming pregnant.


Tales of a successful hunt behind the Bookcliffs might sound a lot like the kind of braggadocio reserved for the drawing rooms of hunt clubs whose mahogany walls are lined with the stuffed heads of rhinos, moose and the occasional unfortunate elephant.
“Got her from 50 yards after a two-hour stalk over jagged rock and cactus, just when she stopped to sniff the breeze,” might go one refrain.

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Colorado Mesa University is a $417 million economic engine for the Grand Valley, more than doubling its size in a decade, officials said. The analysis of economic impact is just one measure of the value of the university to the region, CMU President Tim Foster told the editorial board of The Daily Sentinel.



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