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Al and Betty: Citizen scientists

Botanists discover Four Corners plants

Tale of a transferred transfer station: Talking trash in San Juan County, Utah

Talking trash in San Juan County, Utah

A mosaic, not a melting pot: La Plata County and immigrants

Some bumper stickers read: “Colorado native.” Others offer: “Not native, but I got here as fast as I could.” We are a state of immigrants. Immigrants built the roads and bridges, ...

Keeping the ancients warm: Ancestral Puebloans created turkey feather blankets

I love seeing turkeys in ponderosa woods, moving slowly uphill like priests absorbed in morning prayers. At twilight, they are dark shapes seeking acorns and insects, always leav...

Smokestacks come down: The end of an era in Page, Arizona

On the morning of Dec. 18, massive simultaneous explosions leveled three huge 775-foot-tall smokestacks at Page, Arizona. It was the end of an era for the Navajo Generating Stati...

Lost and hungry scouts: A Mormon Christmas story

In 1879, four men navigated the treacherous canyons of Utah to establish Bluff

Bears in the woods: Social distancing with big bruins

Social distancing is the best way to appreciate majestic bruins

An elk hunter welcomes wolves

Reintroduction would restore the ecological balance

The passing of a Pueblo elder: Remembering Peter Pino

He deepened the understanding of Mesa Verde’s past

The Other Four Corners: High in the San Juan National Forest four counties meet

High in the San Juan National Forest, four counties meet

Cedar Mesa Perishables Project examines 1,000-year-old fiber, wood artifacts

Cedar Mesa Perishables Project examines 1,000-year-old fiber, wood artifacts

Westerners used to wear masks

Because of the coronavirus, we are now asked to wear masks while working and shopping downtown. Westerners used to wear masks a century ago, so the fashion has come back around. Butch Cassid...