Tel Hamilton tries to navigate through the orange cones while wearing goggles to simulate being drunk or on drugs. Middle school students from all the...

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Colo. House passes tuition bill for Native Americans

DENVER – Native American college students whose tribes have historical ties to Colorado would get in-state tuition at any public college under a bill the House passed...

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Mountain bounty

In the mountain climate between Bayfield and Pagosa Springs, farmer Matt Brewer plans to harvest 400 to 600 of pounds of leafy greens each week from just one of his aquaponic...

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Udall, Bennet try to extend wind tax credit

WASHINGTON – Providing certainty for tax credits that boost the wind-energy industry has proved anything but smooth sailing in Congress, but Colorado’s two senators...

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Students plant trees near Haycamp

Dolores fourth- and fifth-graders discovered the thrill of hands-on outdoor education by planting Ponderosa pines near the Haycamp Mesa on Friday, April 11.

The San Juan...

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Earthy celebration

Families and farmers danced all night under sparkling lights at the Montezuma School to Farm Spring Hoe Down Saturday.

Square-dancing third-graders were followed by...

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