Monthly Archives: June 2008

Uranium Found In Soil At Pinon Canyon

From an article from Denver Channel 7 News website Democratic state Rep. Wes McKinley collected samples from a recent visit to Pinon Canyon and had them analyzed by a lab. McKinley said the samples showed uranium levels as high as 60 parts per million. State regulations require a cleanup if uranium levels are above 20 […]

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Support of Common-Sense Protections for Colorado’s Water, Wildlife and Communities

Add your voice in Support of Common-Sense Protections for Colorado’s Water, Wildlife and Communities Please join us at the Colorado Oil and Gas Commission public hearing in Grand Junction on June 10th. There is a record-setting oil and gas boom in Colorado that is threatening our water quality, wildlife habitat and communities. The state agency […]

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Energy Firms Send Mixed Messages

Investors told of riches, public of rule hardships By Todd Hartman, Rocky Mountain News (Contact) Monday, June 2, 2008   Energy companies are bullish on Colorado’s future, at least when speaking to investors and business audiences. But oil and gas firms often sound a worried note when talking to regulators and the public. Why the […]

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1 Trinidad Colorado – The Movie?

 The film chronicles Trinidad, Colorado’s transformation from Wild West outpost and "Victorian Jewel of Southern Colorado" to "Sex Change Capital of the World," and follows three transgender women who may just steer the rural ranching town (pop. 9,077) toward becoming the "transsexual mecca." TRINIDAD will ‘officially’ premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival in mid-June, […]

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