Category Archives: September 2012

What’s the future for Sand Canyon

Monument officials plan to seek public input on how to manage the popular area Once upon a time, there was a sleepy little trail that wound through beautiful red-rock desert past some Ancestral Puebloan ruins on BLM land. Few people … Continue reading

Published in September 2012

The Mountain Gazette’s John Fayhee comes calling

Part Libertarian, part granola-cruncher, Fayhee offers a distinct perspective The American West still sits at an uneasy juxtaposition of old and new. John Fayhee has spent much of his life observing that conflict between the traditional past and the energetic … Continue reading

Published in September 2012

On the brink: Locals worry about an ‘endangered’ listing for sage grouse

The Gunnison sage grouse isn’t on the endangered list, but locals worry it may be soon The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced in August that it will take more time to decide whether to add the Gunnison sage grouse … Continue reading

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A plan to clean up the Four Corners Power Plant

Four Corners Power Plant to reduce emissions; coal mine to be reviewed The air we breathe may soon be a bit cleaner, thanks to a new plan that lowers emissions at the Four Corners Power Plant, a coal-fired, electric generating … Continue reading

Published in September 2012