• Bill to limit marijuana grows passes in House
  • Human remains found in Montrose County identified
  • Poor kids in Colorado less likely to play team sports
  • Bill would make it easier to change sexual identity on birth certificates

  • Capitol Conversation discusses possible tax hike for transportation
  • Colorado scientists, environmentalists concern about new EPA director
  • TABOR bill faces uncertain future at state house

  • Sen. Bennet's Thompson Divide bill would redefine boundaries
  • Capitol Coverage of state house at the midway point of session

Host Jill Spears & garden wizard Lance Swigart chat about early planting topics.

  • BLM extends comment period on Gunnison oil and gas wells
  • BLM taking comments about recreation permits in Grand Junction
  • Bipartisan lawmakers propose tax hike for transportation
  • Otter Road bridge replacement done in Montrose
  • Colorado seniors, disabled to be cut off Medicaid under proposed plan

By Denys (Own work) [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

This year, on August 21st, there will be a total solar eclipse. So what’s the big deal? The big deal is that the event will be accessible to millions right here in the U.S!

Violinist Rachel Priday has appeared as soloist with major international orchestras, including the Chicago, St. Louis, Houston, Seattle, National Symphony Orchestras and the Boston Pops.  Here, Rachel and pianist Susan Ellinger discuss their upcoming show Appalachian Spring, a program of violin and piano duos celebrating the beauty and burgeoning spirit of the season.  

In a typical issue of High Country News, they are primarily concerned with the facts and forces that shape the American West: the landscapes, water, people and wildlife that make this region unique. In the travel issue, however, they take a different tack. In this episode of West Obsessed, we imagine the region as though we were new to it, and in doing so, we see it with fresh eyes.

  • Paonia activist sued for libel
  • Snowpack above average in all river basins, reservoirs
  • Denver protest against Disney
  • Colorado no longer in top 10 coal producing states
  • Prep basketball teams at state

  • Parks and Wildlife postpones antler shed season in Gunnison Basin
  • Parks and Wildlife to host bear hunting workshop in Ridgway
  • Mental health care to suffer if ACA repealed
  • TABOR reform bill passes first hurdle in statehouse

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