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Rockies Today

June 17 · Issue #128 · View online
The big stories up and down the Rocky Mountains, curated by Mountain West News

Senate passes historic public lands bill
U.S. Senate passes measure to fully fund Land and Water Conservation Fund, tackle national park maintenance U.S. Senate passes measure to fully fund Land and Water Conservation Fund, tackle national park maintenance
Senate approves $2.8B plan to boost conservation, parks
Senate passes historic lands bill
COVID-19 spikes
‘We are in the acceleration phase,’ Utah’s top epidemiologist says after two weeks of rising COVID-19 cases ‘We are in the acceleration phase,’ Utah’s top epidemiologist says after two weeks of rising COVID-19 cases
Navajo Nation resumes weekend lockdowns as Arizona virus cases rise
Here's what we know about the 3,100+ confirmed cases of coronavirus in Idaho
Montana sees 20th virus death, logs 18 cases in single day
COVID-19 spike in southwest Wyoming tied to public gathering involving young people
Boulder County reports 'surge' in new coronavirus cases Tuesday, no new deaths
What Colorado is getting right about reopening
Talk about racism
In overwhelmingly white Idaho, here's how (and why) to talk to our kids about racism In overwhelmingly white Idaho, here's how (and why) to talk to our kids about racism
After being called a racial slur in Boise, one woman explains what white silence is like when it happens
Black Americans bear the brunt of Trump’s environmental rollbacks
Will Native Americans be left out of conversations about racial injustice?
Watch this: Hundreds march Missoula for Jermain Charlo
Racism is a public health crisis, say cities and counties
Sage grouse numbers nosedive
Closer and closer to the last dance: Sage grouse continue to struggle as feds try to roll back protections Closer and closer to the last dance: Sage grouse continue to struggle as feds try to roll back protections
Greens vow lawsuit to protect Calif.-Nev. sage grouse
More wildlife news:
Pronghorn path, again, migrates back on track toward protections
Study finds deer don't migrate through disturbed areas
Injunction fails as cattle herded to Upper Green
Forest Service sued to force protections for gray wolves
Lake Pend Oreille sees highest kokanee density in two decades
'Last refuge'
Appeals court upholds protection of sacred Badger-Two Medicine Appeals court upholds protection of sacred Badger-Two Medicine
Court rules to cancel energy lease on land sacred to tribes
What else we're reading today
Supreme Court ruling brings LGBTQ protections to Wyoming, Idaho
Uncertainty looms as Utahns prepare for Supreme Court’s ruling on Dreamers
Shea vows to continue push for 51st state at 'Liberate America' event in Coeur d'Alene
Bozeman man who landed helicopter in wilderness fined $500
BLM advances highway corridor in tortoise habitat
Estonia doesn’t want and can’t safely store radioactive powder, so 2,000 drums of it may be coming to southeastern Utah
Larimer County coal-fired power plant will close 16 years early as Colorado speeds move toward renewable energy
Colorado lost more than 7,000 clean energy jobs since coronavirus pandemic, industry organization says
$8 million project underway to repair St. Mary Canal collapse
How to win the West? Democratic women aim again at GOP seats
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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