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A tiny owl that lives in the Rocky Mountains could provide important clues about how wildlife is adapting to a warmer climate. KRCC’s Eryn Gable trekked out with Colorado College biology professor Brian Linkhart to find out just what secrets this little bird might hold.

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Chaffee County commissioners could decide tomorrow whether to allow Nestle to draw water from an aquifer near Nathrop and truck it to Denver for bottling. But as KRCC’s Eryn Gable reports, some area residents are hoping the commissioners will delay a decision until more is known about the project’s impacts.

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[slideshow id=14]Some state lawmakers are trying a new tactic in their efforts to block the Army’s plans to expand its 235,000- acre Pinon Canyon training site by introducing a bill that would bar the sale of state lands for the expansion. The bill’s House sponsors came together in Pueblo yesterday to talk about [...]

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A judge issues a ruling regarding contested church property…the Department of Reclamation issues a Record of Decision…and more.

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State lawmakers look toward spending the funds from the government’s stimulus bill…and an energy company halts drilling activities in the San Luis Valley.

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