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Uranium license final

By {screen_name}

Backers of a proposed uranium mill in Montrose County have agreed to the license conditions set by state regulators, the last governmental hurdle for the project. Energy Fuels Corp., the Canadian company that hopes to build the mill near ...

SustainAbility: Outdoors study

By Adele Israel

“America’s Great Outdoors: A Promise to Future Generations” has something for everyone interested in the natural world. The report from President Barack Obama’s America’s Great Outdoors Initiative covers access ...

Homegrown: Organic vegetable garden, Part 1

By Dennis Hill

I’m thinking I’d like to start an organic vegetable garden in my backyard. What do I need to do? — Scott You’ve asked a pretty big question. There are a variety of different methods of organic gardening and it seems ...

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Pea Green Community House offers hospitality, sense of place

By Rachel Sauer

At a wide spot in the road to somewhere else, coffee is brewing. You know something’s happening when it smells like coffee — the cattlewomen are meeting, somebody died, somebody just got married. Tonight, it’s music. How ya ...

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Chorus: For the love of music, friends

By Rachel Sauer

“Over the Rainbow” never sounded quite like this. Lips motoring the way little boys’ do when they’re making car sounds, the ladies on the risers put their hearts into it: “Bbbb-bbbbb-bb-bbbb-bbb-bbbb-bbb, way up ...

Colo. lawmakers hear civil unions bill testimony

By The AP

DENVER — A proposal to grant same-sex couples similar rights and protections as married couples is up for its first hearing at the Colorado Legislature today, and lawmakers expect to hear several hours of public testimony before they ...

Colo. may revise anti-bullying law

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s law to prevent bullying in schools is getting a new look this year in the Legislature. A House committee plans to start work Wednesday on a bill revising anti-bullying guidelines for schools. Schools would be ...


Death of infant girl investigated

By {screen_name}

Sheriff’s investigators awaited a report from the Mesa County Coroner’s Office on the death of an infant Sunday in Clifton. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department responded at 7:30 a.m. to a report that a 1-year-old girl was ...

Agency eyes fix of wells near Silt over methane concerns

By Dennis Webb

State regulators are considering requiring retroactive top-to-bottom cementing of about 30 natural gas wells south of Silt because of concerns about possible methane contamination of domestic groundwater. The approach is something the ...

Loophole may close on ‘pretend’ farmers

By Charles Ashby

Only farmers and ranchers who live on property they are using for bona fide agricultural purposes would have the land their homes sit on get a property tax break under a bill that’s working its way through the Colorado Legislature. The ...

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