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Thanksgiving DUI Enforcement Campaign Begins This Weekend in Colorado

Colorado authorities are cracking down on drunk driving for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is considering moving the Bureau of Land Management’s headquarters to Denver or Salt Lake City in an effort to bring agency heads closer to the lands they manage.

The death of an 11-year-old boy in Durango has been ruled accidental after his body was found in his home Tuesday night.

According to many estimates, there are five generations of people in today's workplaces.

Courtesy of Rusty Rutherford

The Sunflower Theatre's next comedy showcase tonight at 7pm will feature Albuquerque comedian Rusty Rutherford. He came into the KSJD studios to talk more about his work and what influences his comedy. Click below to listen.

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Almost two years after San Juan County Utah commission and school board voting districts were ruled unconstitutional, county residents gave input on proposals for new district boundaries.

On Thursday at public hearings in Monticello and Bluff, U.S. District Judge Robert Shelby and Special Master Bernard Grofman listened to feedback from citizens about accuracy and fairness of the proposed districts. After rejecting San Juan County’s redistricting attempt last year, the judge appointed Grofman to redraw the district lines.

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The Manti-La Sal National Forest Ranger Station in Moab received what might have been a threatening package earlier this month, but it turned out to be filled with non-poisonous reptiles and amphibians.

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A common practice in confined livestock operations, is to feed low levels of antibiotics to improve rate of gain and to keep them healthy.  Recently, the World Health Organization has called for farmers to stop this practice because of the possible link to an increase in antibiotic resistant organisms that can make treatment for many human diseases more difficult.

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After its residents voted to incorporate on November 7th, the community of Bluff is taking steps to become an official town. Bluff Incorporation Committee Co-Chair Brant Murray told KSJD residents will elect four representatives and a mayor to the new town board in June of 2018.

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Durango residents are sharing ideas for how to decorate the medians near the intersection of highways 160 and 550 on the west side of town.

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The Montezuma County Agricultural extension has been in the news quite a bit lately, as the Montezuma County Commissioners take a closer look at how the office is run. But the history of the extension office in Montezuma County goes back to 1917, according to its director Tom Hooten. During World War I, he says the extension helped people make "victory gardens" to help supply food during the war effort.  Since then, he says the extension has focused on two primary things: grasshoppers and prairie dogs.


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