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  • High Country News reports the National Park Service buried an internal study showing harassment
  • DMEA investigating targeted effort to access data on its internal network, pauses disconnections while online payments are disabled
  • Eric Kelley leads Montrose School Board race by 18 votes, so recount required unless Dawn Schieldt withdraws
  • Colorado Supreme Court approves new state legislative maps
  • Will Walkey reports for RMCR

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  • Colorado tops EPA list of states where 'forever chemicals' pose health risks
  • Ranchers fighting back against consolidated power in beef processing
  • KHOL's Will Walkey reports on Community Housing Fund in Jackson Hole, in latest story for RMCR's affordable housing collaboration with Solutions Journalism Network

  

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  • Colorado Farm & Food Alliance cheers new COMPETES Act introduced by Senator Hickenlooper to end noncompetitive bidding on public land drilling permits from BLM
  • Saturday's 1K run in Ridgway is only 6 blocks, downhill, with multiple rest stops
  • KHOL Jackson's Kyle Mackie reports mountain towns are eyeing early signs of success after Vancouver, Canada enacted a tax on residential properties sitting vacant for more than half the year

  

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  • Mandatory watering restrictions decrease water demand, voluntary restrictions do not
  • Facing false fraud allegations, County Clerks Association recommends changes to election system
  • Grand Junction City Council rooting for defeat of Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, who says her office will no longer run the city's election
  • Gunnison County Sheriff deputies arrest man with pipe bombs at Monarch Pass
  • Second Chance vet tech Tabitha Wright offers ideas for scared dogs on 4th of July
  • Jackson & Vail helping offering workers down payment assistance

In a special edition of Wildcard, KVNF's Gavin Dahl assembles a selection of stories from around the Rocky Mountain Community Radio coalition.

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  • Governor Jared Polis says Monday's mass shooting at the South Boulder King Soopers was personal, as a longtime resident of the city himself
  • From KHOL's Will Walkey: Chronic wasting disease was discovered for the first time in the Jackson Hole region this winter, alarming wildlife advocates because of the practice of elk feeding in Western Wyoming, which some critics say could facilitate a fast and catastrophic spread of the fatal disease, but now wildlife specialists and feedground operators are teaming up to mitigate the impacts and keep elk fed

  

  • Oil production dropped 13% during the pandemic, largest drop in 20 years
  • Colorado food pantries reporting 2-3 times normal demand for food, 1/3 served never needed help before
  • Research from Yellowstone backs up theory that wolves may be effective way to control spread of chronic wasting disease
  • Will Walkey from KHOL reports on new threats to Wyoming's wind rush potential