Category Archives: February 2016
Under pressure: Emails released by the Forest Service in response to a FOIA action show how Village at Wolf Creek developers prodded the agency
Print this articleThousands of documents obtained from the U.S. Forest Service by a coalition of environmental groups opposed to building a luxury resort near the summit of Wolf Creek Pass are adding yet another controversial chapter to a complex legal … Continue reading
Print this articleHop on your bike, saddle up your horse, or step into your hiking shoes and journey along a recreational trail from Cortez all the way to Mesa Verde and even on to Mancos. That’s a vision that many … Continue reading
Crunch time for a public-lands bill: Will Utah’s ‘Grand Bargain’ succeed, or be quashed by opponents?
Print this articleCan clashing interests in eastern Utah agree to a compromise for public-lands management? The coming months should see an answer to that question. After nearly six years of meetings, discussions, and give-and-take, Utah Congressmen Rob Bishop and Jason … Continue reading
Killing it: Fans of mysteries and canines will enjoy this Colorado-based crime tale (Prose and Cons)
Print this articleFour Corners-area mystery lovers who love dogs — or dog lovers who also love mysteries set close to home — have reason to cheer. With “Killing Trail,” Margaret Mizushima has launched a fine, southern Colorado-based mystery series featuring … Continue reading