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Fighting Fire with Fire in New Mexico’s Ponderosa Pines

Jul 6, 2018
Courtesy of Western State Colorado University

Prescribed burns are a useful tool against the increasing danger of wildfires in the Western United States. But there’s a risk. 

A Mining Solution to an Environmental Problem

Jul 3, 2018
Chris Marcinek

It’s been over 27 years since mining operations came to a halt at the Camp Bird Mine near Ouray. But if you go up to the mine at 10,000 feet, you’ll see a lot of activity. 

416 Fire Tops 51,000 Acres As It Enters Second Month

Jul 2, 2018
Daniel Rayzel

The 416 Fire is now at 52,778 acres after an increase of 1,710 acres Monday. As it begins its second month since it first started burning north of Durango, 363 firefighters continue efforts at 37 percent containment. 

Coloradans Face Rising Municipal Bear Activity

Jun 22, 2018
Colorado Parks and Wildlife

When natural food sources fail to feed black bears, they often find new sources of food among humans. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh reports on how Coloradans are responding to an increase in incidents.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Mancos residents will see a slight increase of water and sewer rates next month alongside current watering restrictions.

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