“Even though the national parks are supposed to be icons of a pristine landscape, quite a lot of people are being exposed to ozone levels that could be detrimental to their health.”
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Colorado U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton recommended the government enlist help from ranchers and farmers to better protect federal lands during a congressional hearing this week.
“It is critical that America’s children have the opportunity to explore the National Parks System,” Tipton said.
It confounds me why we can’t talk constructively about guns in this state, or this nation, without both sides shutting down. Indecision lives in gridlock.
Kimberly Quaide and her husband Michael walk with their baby Madeline, watching as the sun at dawn illuminates mountain peaks as seen from Sig…
Those concerned about a 250 percent hike in admission cost to 17 of the nation’s most popular national parks have another month to lodge a comment, after the Department of Interior heeded a request from Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner and others to give people more time.