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BC-CO--Colorado Member Exchange Digest, CO

March 28, 2019

This week’s Colorado AP Member Exchange package. Please refer to national wire digests for other enterprise.


BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. _ If Breckenridge’s open space has a crown jewel, it’s Cucumber Gulch, the most ecologically diverse property in town. The 117-acre, town-owned wildlife preserve houses over 70 acres of rare wetlands so treasured, yet sensitive, that the area is off-limits every year from the end of April until the first Monday after the Fourth of July when town officials feel the busiest crowds tend to die down. By Eli Pace, Summit Daily News.


DURANGO, Colo. _ Meet Durango’s own Rosie the Riveter, Anne Isgar. Isgar turned 99 years old this month, but the longtime Durango resident still has a keen memory of her time supporting the war effort during World War II. By Jonathan Romeo, The Durango Herald.

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