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  • As Earth Day is celebrated across the globe today, we continue inching toward a tipping point where reversing the climb of greenhouse gasses in the environment may no longer be possible. Some corporations and organizations respond by using carbon offsets. But a group of locals is digging their hands in the dirt to not only act locally and think globally, but also engage in a practical response. Kate Redmond reports. Plus, Colorado lawmakers are unveiling another effort to help survivors of natural disasters like wildfires rebuild their homes, creating a new grant program and a new government office.
  • As Earth Day is celebrated across the globe today, we continue inching toward a tipping point where reversing the climb of greenhouse gasses in the environment may no longer be possible. Some corporations and organizations respond by using carbon offsets. But a group of locals is digging their hands in the dirt to not only act locally and think globally, but also engage in a practical response. Kate Redmond reports. Plus, Colorado lawmakers are unveiling another effort to help survivors of natural disasters like wildfires rebuild their homes, creating a new grant program and a new government office.
  • Many ranchers in the West see wolves as a threat to their livestock, and livelihood. But one ranch family was inspired by wolves to rethink the way they manage their land. Ashley Ahearn saddled up for the Mountain West News Bureau to tell their story, and open a three-part series on women ranchers. Plus, we hear a clip of Rain & Shine from Calla Rose Ostrander about the iconic sandhill crane.
  • Many ranchers in the West see wolves as a threat to their livestock, and livelihood. But one ranch family was inspired by wolves to rethink the way they manage their land. Ashley Ahearn saddled up for the Mountain West News Bureau to tell their story, and open a three-part series on women ranchers. Plus, we hear a clip of Rain & Shine from Calla Rose Ostrander about the iconic sandhill crane.
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  • Forest Service extends deadline to file comments on draft forest plan for GMUG to 11/26Natural gas bills in Colorado could go up as much as 50% this…
  • Colorado reinstates crisis standards of care, now all adults can get boosters once sufficient time passesWal-Mart in Montrose closed temporarily due to…
  • Montrose County now has 11th highest COVID rates in the nationNative American Guardian's Association sues Colorado over native mascot banProPublica…
  • Hotchkiss municipal court judge Lynn French stepping downStructure fire at former hemp-drying plant in Delta filled sky with black smoke TuesdayColorado…
  • Governor Polis releases $40B budget proposal'I Matter' program will offer Colorado kids 3 free mental health counseling sessionsColorado Supreme Court…