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The wastewater-treatment plant in Santa Rita Park could require major upgrades at its current location to meet state regulations, no mater what the...
National & World
ASHLAND, Ky. – A defiant county clerk was sent to jail for contempt Thursday after insisting that her “conscience will not allow” her to follow a federal...
- Senator No. 34 backs Iran deal
- U.S. report notes other Fergusons are possible
- Judge to move forward with suit over NSA’s bulk collection
- China marks Japan WWII defeat, shows rising power in parade
- In Alaska, Obama becomes 1st president to enter the Arctic
DENVER – Len Vlahos and his wife, Kristen Gilligan, dreamed of having their own little bookstore.
The book-industry veterans met while working for the American...
- Facilitator for Mancos air-pollution negotiations debated
- Four Corners Community Bank coming to north Main Avenue
- Stocks plunge after bleak Chinese manufacturing report
- Business Briefs
- San Juan Basin adds to team
By the mid-1930s, wolves had been all but eradicated from Colorado. Feared by ranchers trying to protect their livestock, the species fell victim to America’s expansion and...
- Earth Briefs
- 4th-graders get free pass to national park system
- Trees on Colorado’s Front Range dying after early fall freeze
- Invasive tamarisk tough to eradicate
- Warming seas rising faster than predicted, NASA scientists say
WASHINGTON – In his first year at George Washington University, Sam Connelly did what most freshmen do after getting a list of required course materials: head to the campus...
- Education Briefs
- For first time, marijuana use outpaces cigarette smoking at colleges
- Studying in conflict zones stokes debate
- Schools too focused on standardized tests, Americans say
- Education Briefs
Fictional medical examiners have no...
A Take on Tourism
If you’re not familiar with our...
Aren’t you constantly amazed at...