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New study shows how wolves evolved to get our attention (and treats)

A new study shows how wolves evolved to get our attention (and treats)

Our View: Collateral benefits

Looking for positive effects despite the tragedy of COVID-19

Our View: COVID-19 state restrictions: lifted too soon?

Were state restrictions lifted too soon?

Our View: Health care bill steps in the right direction

Coloradans – and especially rural Southwest Coloradans – are in trouble when it comes to health care costs. Prior to the pandemic, some 11.2% of people in Southwest Colorado couldn’t afford ...

Our View: In wake of shootings, grief

The recent mass shootings in the Atlanta area and in Boulder, where so many Four Corners folks went to college and have spent time, have sparked grief among us. It’s the kind of ...

Our View: Solution to loneliness is connection

<span class="Superscript">Human connection is important to all</span>

Our View: Governor blunders with ‘MeatOut Day’ proclamation

<span class="Superscript">MeatOuGovernor blunders with ‘MeatOut Day’</span>

Our View: Bill to phase out single-use plastic is timely, wise

When we first heard about the plastics management bill being introduced into the Colorado Assembly this session, we groaned. In a nutshell, House Bill 21-1162 will ban the use of...

Our View: Bill to phase out single-use plastic is timely, wise

When we first heard about the plastics management bill being introduced into the Colorado Assembly this session, we groaned. In a nutshell, House Bill 21-1162 will ban the use of...

Our View: Let’s practice civil discourse

When Christi Zeller first heard about protesters picketing San Juan Basin Public Health Director Liane Jollon’s house, she thought, “I know what that feels like.” Zeller, executi...

Our View: Hang on for a mask-free future

Hope is breaking out all over. You can almost feel it in the air, as more and more Southwest Colorado residents get vaccinated for COVID-19. Soon, this nightmare will...

Our View: Congress should pass Colorado conservation bills

“Like winds and sunsets, wild things were taken for granted until progress began to do away with them. Now we face the question whether a still higher ‘standard of living’ is worth its cost ...
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