The Pueblo Chieftain reports on how one ruling from the state’s Supreme Court is affecting water laws and availability. The Denver Post reports on issues surrounding language in the state’s Blue Book, or official voting guide, and how a small bird could help predict climate changes.

In Colorado Springs, the Business Journal takes a look at expiring unemployment benefits*, the philharmonic’s resurgence*, and how one area mall plans to use cell phone technology to help make shopping easier*. The Sky Sox have set an attendance record (KXRM).

Las Animas County commissioners plan to bid on the Trinidad State Nursing Home (Times-Independent). More agencies are approaching the Trinidad City Council for funding assistance (Times-Independent).

The Canon City Daily Record takes a look at safety issues and concerns regarding the proposed “Over the River” art project.

Custer County plans to hold a meeting regarding a proposed facility for troubled teens (Wet Mountain Tribune).

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February 6, 2016 | NPR · Again, the Republicans engaged in an intense brawl that was framed by Carson’s delayed entrance and an tough confrontation between Chris Christie and Marco Rubio.
 

February 6, 2016 | NPR · It was the last debate before the New Hampshire primary and Donald Trump was back onstage. Which GOP candidate ended up with the most talking time?
 

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February 6, 2016 | NPR · Daring visual artists, whose edgy work challenges religious and political taboos, have become a critical voice in the conservative kingdom — where open calls for reform are a criminal offense.
 

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