Wed September 12, 2012

Despite The Rain, USDA Predicts Smaller Corn Harvest

Credit DS Pugh / Wikimedia Commons

The US Department of Agriculture has slightly lowered its forecast for the nation’s drought damaged corn crop, from 123 bushels per acre last month to 122.8 bushels.

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Wed September 12, 2012

Hey Colorado, Are You Ready For Snow Yet? Cuz, It's Snowing On Pikes Peak...

City of Colorado Springs

Lots of rain moved into Colorado on Wednesday, a welcome sight in the drought plagued state. The National Weather Service also issued a Winter Storm Watch though... for Pikes Peak.

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Tue September 11, 2012

Pro-Romney Groups Shift Focus to Colorado, the West [UPDATED]

Americans for Prosperity's "Failing Agenda" bus tour stopped in Centennial, CO Tuesday.
Kirk Siegler

Some well-funded Pro-Mitt Romney conservative groups are pulling their TV ad dollars out of Pennsylvania and Michigan and doubling down on efforts in what they consider to be more crucial swing states; such as Iowa, Nevada and Colorado.

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Tue September 11, 2012

Hay Rises in Demand, Prompts Theft from Local Farmers

Walt Hubis Flickr - Creative Commons

The scarcity and sky-high price of hay is causing worry among some Colorado livestock producers.

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Mon September 10, 2012

Colorado Lives Depend On Volunteers With Varied Training

The Deputy Chief's fire helmet sits outside of Station 1 of the Clear Creek Fire Authority in Dumont, Colo. Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2012
Tristan Spinski Colorado Public News
  • Carol McKinley reporting for Colorado Public News