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

LIFE AFTER WILDFIRE

(Information from the following story is from: The Aspen Times, http://www.aspentimes.com/)

ASPEN, Colo. — While life is returning to normal for the 13 people who lost their homes and possessions in the Lake Christine Fire, they face a challenge putting permanent homes over their heads. By Carolyn Sackariason and Scott Condon.

MAPPING WITH DRONES

(Information from the following story is from: The Durango Herald, http://durangoherald.com/)

DURANGO, Colo. — The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe is turning to high-tech aerial photogrammetry to document and preserve the history of its tribal park, which is more than twice the size of the neighboring Mesa Verde National Park and rivals its archaeological treasures. By Jim Mimiaga.

SUGAR BEETS-COLORADO

(Information from the following story is from: Fort Collins Coloradoan, http://www.coloradoan.com/)

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Colorado's past, present and future are all visible from Paul Schlagel's front porch just a few miles off Interstate 25 in Longmont. By Jacob Laxen.

TINY HOME VILLAGE

(Information from the following story is from: The Denver Post, http://http://www.denverpost.com/)

DENVER — From the start, supporters have hoped Beloved Community Village would help people beyond the 13 residents who moved off Denver's streets and into its 8-foot-by-12-foot tiny homes last July. By Natalie Weber.

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