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The basement of the state Capitol is ground zero for legislative strategizing. Lobbyists take over the small cafeteria and crowd around tables with lawmakers for several hours. Some walk into the bathrooms still talking on their phones about legislation. It’s here in this noisy basement where the oil and gas industry has been mounting fierce opposition to stronger regulations on the industry.

Daniel Rayzel

The latest U.S. Drought Monitor report shows improving conditions in the Four Corners. 

On the eve of what could be one of the  most important speeches of his political career, former Gov. John Hickenlooper stopped by the Wynkoop Brewing Co. talk to reporters about craft beer, politics and why he thinks he’s the best democrat to take on Donald Trump.

Tom Yoder

The Mancos Bluejays boys basketball team's hopes for a state title came to an end in the first round of the Colorado 2A state tournament on Thursday morning as they fell to the Holly Wildcats 57 to 35.

According to a report in the Canyon Echo Journal, the San Juan County Utah Commissioners voted on Tuesday to pass a resolution supporting the Bears Ears Expansion and Respect for Sovereignty Act, which if passed would increase Bears Ears National Monument in southeast Utah back to the 1.9 million-acre area originally proposed by the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition in 2015.

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