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Colorado throws wolves to the vote Should democracy take over where...

The last wolf resident in Colorado in the 20th century died in 1945 at the edge of the San Juan Mountains, where a high green...

In the latest Colorado newspaper sale, ‘vulture’ hedge fund swoops down...

"As vultures circle, The Denver Post must be saved," once wrote The Denver Post's editorial board, likening its cost-cutting, newsroom-gutting hedge-fund owner to a...

2018 was bloodbaths and ‘blooms’: The year in Colorado’s media world...

For this week's column, we take a look back at 2018 and all that happened in our little corner of the journalism world. OK,...

Greene: In memory of High Country News’ Ed Marston

Colorado, the West, and western journalism have lost a treasure in Ed Marston. And I have lost a dear friend. The former longtime publisher...

Undocumented: A life, a home and a family in the rural...

This story is the first in a series that examines a community grappling with uncertainties around immigration in one of Colorado’s poorest rural counties. Before...

The price of a national park fee hike

When Kitty Benzar bought her house in Colorado’s San Juan National Forest 30 years ago, federal law prohibited land-management agencies from charging people to...

The takedown of the Clean Power Plan begins

President Donald Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency is expected to officially propose a withdrawal from the Clean Power Plan on Tuesday. Former President Barack Obama’s controversial plan...

Money for water: A pilot project wins over skeptical farmers and...

PINEDALE, WY – When Freddie Botur, 45, whose ranch spans 72,000 acres outside of Pinedale, Wyoming, first heard about a program that was paying...

“Sir, Colorado can beat the world in eclipses as in everything...

This book review was published by High Country News in August. On Aug. 21, 2017, the moon will ride its elliptical orbit precisely between Earth...

What should a community do to protect its immigrants?

On a sunny morning in early March, over 400 people hit the sidewalks of Greeley, a small city on Colorado’s Eastern Plains. A diverse...
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