United front on Roan

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The Roan Plateau, with drilling rig at top of photo and a waterfall at the bottom, contains natural gas resources but also contains “important habitat for elk, mule deer, and native Colorado cutthroat trout.”


Gov. John Hickenlooper, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton and both of Colorado’s U.S. senators on Wednesday called in a joint letter for federal approval of a proposed settlement to the Roan Plateau drilling dispute, in the latest indication of coalescing support for the deal.

Woman arrested, 
three people sought
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