Local and Regional News
A problem bear was euthanized Friday northwest of Cortez after it scratched a homeowner, reported Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
In a brazen...
National & World
HELENA, Mont. – As the National Park Service kicks off a centennial summer expected to draw record crowds, the agency is seriously considering caps on how many people pass...
- Babies behind bars: Should moms do time with their newborns?
- Photo exhibit shows Yellowstone changes over 140 years
- Ariz. man rescued after being trapped in car for three days
- Cave art trove found in Spain 1,000 feet underground
- Folk singer wrote 26 songs promoting Columbia River and dams
The mining boom is long over for San Juan County, though as thrifty real estate hunters are aware, it left in its wake a trove of golden real estate opportunity.
- Fifth-graders practice making big bucks
- Ranching challenges emerge after 2012 drought
- Colorado coal industry collapse leaving mining towns unsure
- U.S. new-home sales jump to highest level in more than 8 years
- Tips for home buying preparation this spring
Efforts to prevent forest fires and invasive mussels are among the list of projects that may receive funding from the U.S. Forest Service this year.
On Tuesday, the San...
- Living near nature may help you live longer
- Earth Briefs
- Grizzly Peak wilderness preserved as research haven
- Forest Service offers free ponderosa seedlings
- Industrial hemp gains traction in Colorado
Escalante students shine in Denver competitionThe Escalante Band was awarded fourth place and a good rating when they performed for Music in...
- Durango’s multitude of camps can combat ‘summer slide’
- Education Briefs
- In class, laptops harm smartest students
- Segregation is getting worse in America’s public schools
- Education Briefs
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La Plata Health Watch
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A Take on Tourism
As tourism is the world’s...