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5:00am

Wed May 16, 2012
Environment

Colorado River Water Deal Reached

State Bridge, CO. Colorado State Highway 131 as it crosses over the Colorado River in Eagle County
Jeffrey Beall Flickr-Creative Commons

Colorado’s largest water utility has signed a truce with western slope water agencies and governments over its future use of the stressed Upper Colorado River.

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3:40pm

Tue May 15, 2012
Politics

Civil Unions Fight Over, Tensions Remain

KUNC File Photo

At the state capitol, tensions between Democrats and Republicans meeting for a special session remains high following the defeat of a civil unions bill and a measure that would have asked voters to officially remove an anti-gay discrimination clause in the state constitution.

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2:11pm

Tue May 15, 2012
Agriculture

Colorado's Winter Wheat Farmers Anticipate High Yields

photo by Just call me Jac Creative Commons/Flickr

Colorado agriculture officials are forecasting a winter wheat harvest of more than 92 million bushels this year. That would be an 18% increase above last year's production of 78 million bushels.

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11:37am

Tue May 15, 2012
Music

Video: The Lumineers Live At Twist & Shout

Screencap from 'Ho Hey' as performed live at Twist & Shout in Denver
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In advance of their show at the Bluebird Theater last Friday May 11th, The Lumineers played live at legendary record store Twist & Shout.

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11:13am

Tue May 15, 2012
Environment

Fracking Debate Comes to Fort Collins, Loveland

KUNC File Photo

The northern Colorado cities of Fort Collins and Loveland could be the latest along the Front Range to temporarily ban oil and gas drilling and the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing.

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