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Caught in the web
07/18/2019
Caught in the web
By Tracy Chamberlin

In recent years, the City of Durango has enjoyed a growing number at the bottom of its monthly sales tax report – Sales Tax Only.

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Loved to death
07/11/2019
Loved to death
By Missy Votel

With its dazzling tourmaline blue waters, soaring peaks and riotous wildflowers, it’s easy to see why Ice Lakes Basin is the stuff of Instagram dreams.

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Power move
07/04/2019
Power move
By Tracy Chamberlin

It’s official. La Plata Electric Association has asked TriState Generation and Transmission exactly how much it would cost to buy out its contract with the power supplier.

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Open to the public?
06/27/2019
Open to the public?
By Tracy Chamberlin

The rules are about to change when it comes to public input on public lands. Officials with the U.S. Forest Service say a new rule – published in the Federal Register on June 13 – will make things more efficient for the agency.

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The hot list
07/18/2019
Ska's M.O
07/11/2019

The brew crew in Bodo is marking off another milestone this week. Ska Brewing’s flagship IPA – and Colorado’s “OG IPA in a can” – Modus Hoperandi is 10 years old.

The moose is loose
07/11/2019

Residents of Westminster and Broomfield didn’t have to go far for a wildlife moment earlier this week.

A wild goose chase
07/04/2019

They may be cute and fuzzy as babies, but Denver’s resident goose population has grown into a big, honking problem.

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Mountain Town News
Mountain Town News

• New plans for the wildlife Berlin Wall
• A call for more wildlife overpasses
• Evidence of a lone gray wolf in Colorado
• Taking a virtual-reality coal mine tour

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