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Rockies Today

June 24 · Issue #131 · View online
The big stories up and down the Rocky Mountains, curated by Mountain West News

How drought affects migrating muleys
Global warming shortens spring feeding season for mule deer in Wyoming Global warming shortens spring feeding season for mule deer in Wyoming
More wildlife news:
Judge: No evidence of ‘certain and great harm’ to grizzlies
Grizzly meeting starts Wednesday, with loooong intermission
New billboard in Cody highlights economic importance of wildlife
Effort to reintroduce gray wolves forges ahead despite more Colorado sightings
How protecting birds can save Western rivers
Check stations break invasive mussel record before July
BLM withholding public records
When public comments aren’t public: Land agency holding records When public comments aren’t public: Land agency holding records
More public lands goings on:
Poll: Voters want parks open but with restrictions
Daines bill would undo 9th Circuit ruling on thinning
Senator wants harsher fines for helicopter landings
COVID and Canada's oil bottleneck
After years of angst, Canada’s oil pipeline problem may be over After years of angst, Canada’s oil pipeline problem may be over
Meanwhile…
The tar sands, the pandemic, and the Keystone XL pipeline are one disaster not waiting to happen
More energy news:
Wyoming governor preps bid for Occidental land, leaving Legislature out
Agricultural firm receives permits to apply treated water from oil and gas production to land
Wyoming governor pushes lawsuit against Washington over coal terminal
Transition funding for Colstrip needs attention now, advocate says
Coal and the hope of carbon capture
Colorado's uncertain path to 2030
Bold ambitions meet rocky realities in blue states
Shale oil recovery is seen taking years after decade of excess
Utah's coronavirus crisis
Another 484 Utahns test positive for COVID-19, state health officials report Another 484 Utahns test positive for COVID-19, state health officials report
Herbert bucks Salt Lake City, County mayors, won’t require Utahns to wear masks
What’s driving the surge of COVID-19 cases in Utah?
Salt Lake County Health cancels free coronavirus testing due to shortages
Utah winding down COVID-19 community task force amid surge in cases
Utah's hospitals will reach capacity in the coming weeks, doctors say
Coronavirus continues to creep into Utah’s prisons and jails. Here is what they are doing about it.
Robert Gehrke: Utahns are headed toward a horrific coronavirus crisis that the governor could help prevent
Bagley Cartoon: Who Was That Masked Man?
What else we're reading today
Some Colorado voters now see racial justice and climate justice as intertwined issues
The durability of redlining in Denver’s past is shaping coronavirus hot spots now, researchers say
'If the police aren't needed, let's leave them out completely'
For first time, Navajo Nation officially observes Diné Pride Week
Colorado’s snowpack is nearly gone, which is not a good sign for fire season
Young turk gives venerable Mountain Gazette a second, second life
A quarter of all U.S. newspapers have died in 15 years, a new UNC news deserts study found
Temperatures above the Arctic Circle hit record high
Rockies Today is edited by Matthew Frank, fellow in regional journalism at the O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West at the University of Montana. 
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