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Lowering the bar

Last November, Colorado voters passed Amendment 71, a controversial constitutional amendment aimed at making it more difficult for citizens to amend the state constitution....

Something fishy’s going on at Valmont Reservoir

Hudson, a 1,500-person pit-stop town about 30 miles east of Boulder, has a small community fishing pond. On a recent Saturday morning, about two...

Paula Oransky never dreamed she could be fired for protesting against...

It was without question the best job Paula Oransky had ever had. The Colorado School of Mines graduate was making six figures, had a...

Anti-democracy

Cambridge Analytica (CA) is a political consulting firm that has been making a lot of headlines of late. The company is accused of illegally...

Boulder considers removing ‘erroneous’ open space designation from Mapleton site

When the Mapleton Hill Investment Group submitted plans to the City of Boulder to build a 93-unit senior housing facility on the old Boulder...

Turning anguish into action

On the one-month anniversary of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting, almost 1 million students from kindergarten to 12th grade participated in more than 3,000...

Conservation groups claim public comments went missing during BLM process

It’s no secret the Trump Administration is prioritizing energy development on public lands. But across the West, these policies are conflicting with Obama-era habitat...

Not a moment, a movement

You could have heard a pin drop. At 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, March 14, nearly every student at Fairview High School walked out of...

And another new lawsuit

On March 8, the Humane Society of the United States, the Center for Biological Diversity and WildEarth Guardians sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife...

Right to Rest Act, take four

For the fourth year in a row, Colorado lawmakers are considering the Right to Rest Act, a piece of legislation aimed at local policies...

Four longtime Colorado residents currently in sanctuary rally support for legislative...

In the face of increasingly hostile immigration policies, a record number of undocumented immigrants have claimed sanctuary in churches and communities of faith around...

Out of the Fryingpan and into the Forest:

Conservationists are challenging a logging proposal that would clear-cut 1,300 acres in the White River National Forest northeast of Aspen, including endangered Canada lynx...
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