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(Information from the following story is from: Aurora Sentinel, http://www.sentinelcolorado.com/)
AURORA, Colo. — There was a time we would have marveled at flying to 380,000 feet to experience the curvature of the Earth, weightlessness, and the darkness of space. By Grant Stringer and Kara Mason.
HARVEST FOR NEEDY FAMILIES
(Information from the following story is from: The Durango Herald, http://durangoherald.com/)
DURANGO, Colo. — Millions of pounds of produce are ripening in the fields this fall across Montezuma and La Plata counties, and The Good Food Collective wants to make sure the nutritious harvest is delivered to those who need it. By Mary Shinn.
RESTORING LOST WATERWAYS
(Information from the following story is from: The Denver Post, http://www.denverpost.com /)
DENVER —Old Denver pulsed with H2O, water that snaked through the creeks and irrigation canals crisscrossing Colorado’s high prairie before 150 years of urban development buried most of them or forced them into pipes. By Bruce Finley.
(Information from the following story is from: The Gazette, http://gazette.com/)
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Life hasn’t been the same, Katharine Salazar said, since her husband was stabbed three times in June by an angry man who followed their sons home after a road rage encounter. By Kaitlin Durbin.