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The Aspen Times
Basalt council majority wants to explore buying all of Pan and Fork siteAs the deadline looms about five weeks away for deciding wording for a November
Basalt council majority wants to explore buying all of Pan and Fork site
The Aspen Times / Posted 7 days ago
As the deadline looms about five weeks away for deciding wording for a November ballot question, the Basalt Town Council majority is leaning toward swinging for the fences when it comes to the former Pan and Fork site. In a work session Tuesday... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Agrium groundbreaking highlights new development in east Loveland-- A groundbreaking ceremony for Agrium's new office building in east Loveland
Agrium groundbreaking highlights new development in east Loveland
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 18 days ago
-- A groundbreaking ceremony for Agrium's new office building in east Loveland on Thursday drew attention to a larger development planned next door. The event, featuring Loveland developer McWhinney, ag-products company Agrium and builder... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realitiesRichard Florida, a prominent urban theorist, argues that living in a booming...
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realities
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 19 days ago
Richard Florida, a prominent urban theorist, argues that living in a booming...BlueRidgeNow.comJuly 5, 2016 5:28 PM

ROCKY FORD, Colo. — From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal.

Otero... Read more

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Savannah Morning News
Divided America: Town and country offer differing realitiesROCKY FORD, Colo. — From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, th
Divided America: Town and country offer differing realities
Savannah Morning News / Posted 20 days ago
ROCKY FORD, Colo. — From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal. Otero County, where Sheahan lives, is steadily losing population. Middle-class jobs vanished years ago as pickling and packing plants... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realitieshe said. "There's nothing." Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realities
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 20 days ago
he said. "There's nothing." Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face an uphill battle against geography. Economic development officials say businesses increasingly relocate to areas close to international airports, putting far-flung parts... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
Divided America: Town And Country Offer Differing RealitiesRocky Ford, CO (AP) From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, t
Divided America: Town And Country Offer Differing Realities
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 20 days ago
Rocky Ford, CO (AP) From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal. Otero County, where Sheahan lives, is steadily losing population. Middle-class jobs vanished years ago as pickling and packing plants... Read more
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Boston Herald
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realitiesROCKY FORD, Colo. — From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, th
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realities
Boston Herald / Posted 20 days ago
ROCKY FORD, Colo. — From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal. Otero County, where Sheahan lives, is steadily losing population. Middle-class jobs vanished years ago as pickling and packing plants... Read more
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Salon.com
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realitiesROCKY FORD, Colo. (AP) — From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorad
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realities
Salon.com / Posted 20 days ago
ROCKY FORD, Colo. (AP) — From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal. Otero County, where Sheahan lives, is steadily losing population. Middle-class jobs vanished years ago as pickling and packing... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Divided America: Town and country offer differing realitiesis part of Divided America, AP's ongoing exploration of the economic, social an
Divided America: Town and country offer differing realities
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
is part of Divided America, AP's ongoing exploration of the economic, social and political divisions in American society. ROCKY FORD, Colo.— From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal. Otero County,... Read more
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The Hindu
U.S: Town and country offer differing realitieshe said. “There’s nothing.” Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face
U.S: Town and country offer differing realities
The Hindu / Posted 21 days ago
he said. “There’s nothing.” Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face an uphill battle against geography. Economic development officials say businesses increasingly relocate to areas close to international airports, putting far-flung parts... Read more
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The Hindu
U.S: Town and country offer differing realitieshe said. “There’s nothing.” Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face
U.S: Town and country offer differing realities
The Hindu / Posted 21 days ago
he said. “There’s nothing.” Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face an uphill battle against geography. Economic development officials say businesses increasingly relocate to areas close to international airports, putting far-flung parts... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realitiesROCKY FORD, Colo. (AP) � From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorad
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realities
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 21 days ago
ROCKY FORD, Colo. (AP) � From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal. Otero County, where Sheahan lives, is steadily losing population. Middle-class jobs vanished years ago as pickling and packing... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realitiesROCKY FORD, Colo. (AP) � From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorad
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realities
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 21 days ago
ROCKY FORD, Colo. (AP) � From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal. Otero County, where Sheahan lives, is steadily losing population. Middle-class jobs vanished years ago as pickling and packing... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realitiesROCKY FORD, Colo. (AP) � From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorad
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realities
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
ROCKY FORD, Colo. (AP) � From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal. Otero County, where Sheahan lives, is steadily losing population. Middle-class jobs vanished years ago as pickling and packing... Read more
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Island Packet
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realitieshe said. "There's nothing." Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realities
Island Packet / Posted 21 days ago
he said. "There's nothing." Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face an uphill battle against geography. Economic development officials say businesses increasingly relocate to areas close to international airports, putting far-flung parts... Read more
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ABC News
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and Country Offer Differing Realitieshe said. "There's nothing." Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and Country Offer Differing Realities
ABC News / Posted 21 days ago
he said. "There's nothing." Otero County and other far-flung rural areas face an uphill battle against geography. Economic development officials say businesses increasingly relocate to areas close to international airports, putting far-flung parts... Read more
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Daily Herald
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realitiesROCKY FORD, Colo. -- From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, t
DIVIDED AMERICA: Town and country offer differing realities
Daily Herald / Posted 21 days ago
ROCKY FORD, Colo. -- From where Peggy Sheahan stands, deep in rural Colorado, the last eight years were abysmal. Otero County, where Sheahan lives, is steadily losing population. Middle-class jobs vanished years ago as pickling and packing plants... Read more
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Deseret News
2 initiatives mark Utah's energy upheavalA vote of the Oakland City Council to bar shipments of coal through the city on
2 initiatives mark Utah's energy upheaval
Deseret News / Posted 26 days ago
A vote of the Oakland City Council to bar shipments of coal through the city on the way to port has virtually derailed plans to market millions of tons of Utah coal to potential overseas customers. At the same time, Rocky Mountain Power, long a... Read more
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Deseret News
Utah counties determined to find port for coalSALT LAKE CITY — Utah's coal country does not believe a unanimous vote by the O
Utah counties determined to find port for coal
Deseret News / Posted 28 days ago
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's coal country does not believe a unanimous vote by the Oakland City Council prohibiting port access for its coal puts the state's hope for an export terminal in the dust. Developers of the terminal at the site of the former... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: Will wolves ever yip & growl in Colorado?this controversy, but public opinion and desire may make wolf reintroduction a
Mountain Town News: Will wolves ever yip & growl in Colorado?
Summit Daily News / Posted 30 days ago
this controversy, but public opinion and desire may make wolf reintroduction a reality,” they said in a January email to Mountain Town News. “What would be important from the ranching viewpoint would be a way to control wolf numbers and problem... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Modernizing coal leasing on public lands boosts Colorado’s economyby any temporary leasing pause to reform the program. To put that in perspectiv
Modernizing coal leasing on public lands boosts Colorado’s economy
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
by any temporary leasing pause to reform the program. To put that in perspective, that’s about 1.5 times the size of Rocky Mountain National Park. While coal mining continues in the Rockies and across the country (even as the industry faces... Read more

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