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Uranium up and up
Uranium up and up
As land heals, threats of wounds reopening persist
By Jonathan Thompson
09/15/2022
Going electric
Going electric
Thinking of electrifying your home? You may want to wait until next year
By Sam Brasch / Colorado Public Radio
09/08/2022
Separate ways
Separate ways
After years of acrimony, La Plata to explore disbanding SJBPH
By Jonathan Romeo
09/01/2022
Ready to rumble
Ready to rumble
Durango Roller Girls get ready for first match since pandemic
By Jonathan Romeo
08/25/2022
Un-affordability crisis
Un-affordability crisis
Despite cooling markets, housing crunch drags on
By Jonathan Thompson
08/25/2022
'Doo-ing' the right thing
'Doo-ing' the right thing
What to do when nature calls in nature? More often, folks are being asked to pack it out
By Stina Sieg
08/25/2022
Mother's little helper
Mother's little helper
Moms say microdosing mushrooms makes life less stressful; experts urge caution
By Allison Sherry
08/18/2022
Protected pastures
Protected pastures
New tax incentives boost interest to conserve private lands
By Jonathan Romeo
08/18/2022
Devil's in the details
Devil's in the details
The coal-tainted poison pill in President Biden's new climate bill
By Jonathan Thompson
08/18/2022
Durango's knight in shining spectacles
Durango's knight in shining spectacles
Leo Lloyd, a search and rescue pioneer, dies at age 60
By Joy Martin
08/11/2022
Making the rounds
Making the rounds
Have no fear, Tube Dude is here for your floating needs
By Missy Votel
08/11/2022
Funny business
Funny business
Comic Uprising tickles Durango's funny bone while giving aspiring comics a shot
By Jonathan Romeo
08/04/2022
A real gold mine
A real gold mine
Multimillion-dollar settlements raise questions among Colorado officials
By Jonathan Romeo
07/28/2022
A trip through a sacrifice zone
A trip through a sacrifice zone
In northwest New Mexico, hundreds of wells are in limbo
By Jonathan Thompson
07/28/2022
Wildlife success or deal with the devil?
Wildlife success or deal with the devil?
Land swap approved in Southwest Colorado, but not without detractors
By Jonathan Romeo
07/21/2022
Tapping out
Tapping out
The latest strategy to save the San Luis Valley's shrinking aquifer: paying farmers not to farm
By Michael Elizabeth Salkas / Colorado Public Radio
07/21/2022
Microplastic Mountain
Microplastic Mountain
With plastics found in Colorado's snowpack, researchers ask: 'Is no place sacred?'
By Jonathan Romeo
07/14/2022
Hey, good environmental news
Hey, good environmental news
Despite SCOTUS ruling, San Juan Generating Station plans to shut down
By Jonathan Thompson
07/14/2022
Canyon Country Crunch
Canyon Country Crunch
Looking at the land through the eyes of an iconic species
By Jonathan Thompson
07/07/2022
From the ground up
From the ground up
Owners of the Gravity Lab on what it's (really) like to start a climbing gym
By Jennaye Derge
07/07/2022