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'This awareness is not new to Native people'

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Rockies Today

June 29 · Issue #133 · View online
The big stories up and down the Rocky Mountains, curated by Mountain West News

'This awareness is not new to Native people'
Native Americans see hope in Black Lives Matter protests Native Americans see hope in Black Lives Matter protests
More from the Bozeman Daily Chronicle’sBeyond the rallies” series:
The tipping point: Black Student Union demands action from MSU
'Not working for us:' As Bozeman activists call for action, local government responds
Bozeman, Gallatin County respond to calls for police reform
The BLM and #BLM
Pendley: Black Lives Matter based on 'terrible lie' Pendley: Black Lives Matter based on 'terrible lie'
More on Pendley’s nomination:
Senators gird for battle over Pendley nomination
Trump taps Pendley for BLM chief after year in role
Trump says he will nominate William Perry Pendley to run the BLM
Meanwhile…
Opinion: Relocating the BLM headquarters has been an utter barn fire
Drought sets in
One-third of Colorado is now in a severe drought, mostly in the south One-third of Colorado is now in a severe drought, mostly in the south
Water experts warn about drought after Utah’s third driest spring on record
Strong winds and low humidity will bring critical wildfire danger to much of the West
Lake Powell reached capacity 40 years ago. But what do the coming decades hold in store?
Fuel shift
Coal closures in Arizona, Colorado add to Western fuel shift Coal closures in Arizona, Colorado add to Western fuel shift
How quickly the tide turns on coal
Coal country faces a healthcare crisis
As Blackjewel bankruptcy case enters final stretch, uncertainty looms
Wear a mask
Tribune editorial: Want to reopen Utah? Wear a mask. Tribune editorial: Want to reopen Utah? Wear a mask.
Colorado daily cases double in ten days
The peak that wasn't
Idaho sets record yet again with 263 new confirmed COVID-19 cases
Wyoming extends all current health orders through July 15 without adding new restrictions
As COVID spikes, Blackfeet leaders close eastern entrances to Glacier for summer
Tribe accuses White House of veiled threat in COVID-19 checkpoint dispute
What else we're reading today
Thousands call for justice for Elijah McClain in a day of music and marching
Colorado Supreme Court upholds state’s law banning large-capacity gun magazines
As opioids flooded tribal lands across the U.S., overdose deaths skyrocketed
Chief beaten by police is longtime fighter for Indigenous rights
Moab City Council asks Trump administration to cancel upcoming auction of public land for drilling
Zion shuttle returning in Utah’s busiest national park, but you’ll need a reservation
Tribal lawsuit adds to Keystone XL hurdles as feds await Supreme Court consideration
Gold-Butterfly: Bitterroot Forest prepares for work to begin on largest project in memory
Jarbidge gold exploration project scaled back after conservation group objections
Catching up to e-bikes: Riders and trail managers respond to speed and ease of high-tech pedaling
Uncharted waters: Fish and Wildlife Commission seeks ban on using drones to fish
A new site covering politics and policy, Colorado Newsline, staffs up for July launch
The anthropause: How the pandemic gives scientists a new way to study wildlife
Alaska drilling plan envisions walrus stampedes, climate impacts
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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