Desert bighorn sheep

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Photo by Christopher Tomlinson

A large herd of Desert bighorn sheep graze in a green pasture on the west end of on Rim Rock Drive in Colorado National Monument.After a wet fall on the Western Slope the grasses on the Monument are still green and make for good eating for the sheep.

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The Denver District Attorney’s Office will not file charges against state Sen. Steve King because there is insufficient evidence to prove he violated state disclosure laws, officials in that office said. Chief Deputy District Attorney Joe Morales said he did not have enough evidence to prove allegations in a complaint from Mesa County resident Kevin King, who is not related to the Grand Junction Republican.


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