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Tom Koerner / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

One of the Montezuma County commissioners has called Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s concerns that the proposed Paths to Mesa Verde could impact mule deer populations “ridiculous.” But how ridiculous are those claims? Colorado Parks and Wildlife was not able to comment at this time, but KSJD reached out to another expert.

Fort Lewis College / Creative Commons

Three members of Colorado’s congressional delegation are seeking to ease the financial burden on states for providing tuition-free higher education to Native Americans.


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Home solar systems can reduce energy costs and help reduce fossil fuel emissions. KSJD's Karen Childress spoke with John Lyle of the Mancos-based group Solar Barn Raising about his groups's involvement helping homeowners get solar systems installed at reasonable costs.

Robert Radtke / U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

Those hoping to spend time on motorboats or jet skis this summer on local reservoirs will have to skip Narraguinnep and Totten reservoirs and plan to get their boats inspected for invasive mussels at McPhee.

A 32-year-old New Mexico man charged with murdering a Navajo Nation police officer made his initial appearance in federal court Tuesday.


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