Biden Admin “Pauses” Public Land Lease Sales, Putting One Drilling Proposal in Southwest Colorado in Limbo
The administration is putting the brakes on new oil and gas leases on public lands. The move is being met with cheers from conservation groups and legal threats from the fossil fuels industry.
What's the data behind coronavirus case counts in Colorado and the region? Here's the latest numbers, as of August 1, 2020 and compared with our last measurement July 7. County numbers indicate total positive COVID cases.
With unemployment rates skyrocketing, more families are facing economic hardship. That means some can’t afford to give their children basic school supplies. One group in Montezuma County is trying to help.
If you have a social media feed, chances are you’ve seen something that was automatically posted by a “bot.” Sometimes they publish highly-polarizing political content. Sometimes it's just a sales pitch. But one Colorado man is using them to spread art across the internet.
The rains are welcome but may not be enough to help ease the drought. The Climate Prediction Center's 3-6 month predictions call for warmer and drier than normal conditions.
A new program called "Kinship Lending" seeks to connect Navajo and Hopi entrepreneurs with micro-loans to help them through the pandemic. A conversation with Jessica Stago of Change Lab, a Native business incubator that runs the loan program.
Colorado is full of place names that people find troubling. Some are obvious ethnic slurs. Others commemorate people we now know to be “bad actors.”
Local markets are enacting rules to keep people safe. And some small farmers and ranchers are using the internet to sell their products. I spoke with Melanie McKinney Gonzalez, market manager for the Durango Farmer's Market to learn more.
COVID is having a big impact on local businesses. Some struggle, others thrive. Employees are caught in the middle. I checked in with two area business boosters to get a report on the state of the Four Corners economy.
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