Changes in US 36 After Flood Repairs

Many roads were damaged during the floods of September 2013. One of the highways that sustained the most damage is US 36 between Lyons and Estes Park.  Repair work continues and when it is complete, the road will be quite […]

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The Dawn Will Break: Lost Girls of Sudan

The Dawn Will Break is a documentary that is currently in production. It tells the story of some South Sudanese young women, who after fleeing the government’s ethnic cleansing in the early 1990’s, were rescued from a refugee camp in […]

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Glenn Miller

The music of Glen Miller evokes memories of the 1940s big band era. His death in a plane crash over the British channel in 1944 has been the subject of many conspiracy theories, but a television show being shown tomorrow […]

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Being a Journalist In Egypt

It has been just over one year since Egypt’s military leaders removed Mohamed Morsi, the country’s first democratically elected president, from office. In recent months there has been a crackdown on journalists with three Al Jazeera journalists recently being sentenced […]

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Bringing the Colorado River Back to Life

It’s been more than 50 years since the Colorado River regularly reached the sea. But this past spring, the U.S. and Mexico let the water storm through its natural delta for a grand experiment in ecological restoration. Photographer Pete McBride […]

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Summer Food Service Program

The Summer Food Service Program provides free and nutritious meals for children in low-income areas during the summer months. The program sponsored by the USDA, Hunger Free Colorado and other partners addresses an important need to reliable meals for children […]

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