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A few years ago, farmer Paul Kehmeier decided not to irrigate some of his alfalfa fields for part of the season, and instead take advantage of a pilot program that paid him money to leave his water in the larger...

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It’s not often that I find myself endorsing anything that the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center has its fingerprints on, but I agree that the old Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant grounds — now a wildlife sanctuary —...

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Public opinion polls tend to show Americans overwhelmingly think electric vehicles (EVs) are better for the environment. A new study, led by the U.K. financial analysis nonprofit Carbon Tracker Initiative, suggests widespread adoption of EVs could be the most...

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It’s late morning, and the temperature’s already in the 80s — typical autumn weather for Utah. I cram enough food for a small Boy Scouts troop and four gallons of water into the packs under the seat, frame and...

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Songwriter Kina Grannis has learned to let songs creep up on her. They always have a way of finding her — even if she’s not consciously aware of their meaning when they fly from her mouth for the first...

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Only in New York could this happen: Steve Redzikowski’s older brother goes off to join the Marines. He tells Steve, “You need a job, you’re taking my job.” “OK,” Redzikowski says. So Redzikowski works at the pizza joint in the New York...
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