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Opinion: Restoring Gray Wolves Will Benefit Colorado Mountains And Its People

After inhabiting Colorado for thousands of years, the state’s last gray wolves were killed in the 1940s. Since then, wolves have been reintroduced in the mid-1990s to Yellowstone National Park and the Idaho and spread naturally to the northern Rocky Mountain states, promoting pioneering wolf research. We have learned that …

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Survey Shows Bozeman Teachers Concerned About In-Person Return | Coronavirus

A survey of teachers in the Bozeman School District paints a grim picture of high stress, concerns about safety measures and understaffing. It also showed that teachers feel a lack of support from the district and school board. The results of the Bozeman Education Association’s October survey, obtained by The …

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How to watch Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s state-of-the-art address on Monday

AUSTIN (KXAN) – “Normalcy is back in Texas,” Gov. Greg Abbott proclaimed during his annual state-of-the-state address Monday – where he outlined his 2021 priorities for Texans. Speaking for the first time outside the Texas State Capitol, Abbott addressed the State of Visionary Fiber Technologies in Lockhart, where he immediately …

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Caregivers left behind by the immunization plan

By Hannah Critchfield For Mark Newton, every visit to the grocery store tempts fate. It happens sooner or later when the business is nearly empty, but he can’t control the queue – or the flood of fear that rushes every time he finds himself surrounded by other customers who are …

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Sextortion: the problem and the solutions

Prosecutors colloquially call it “sextortion.” Legally speaking, there is no such thing. The word is a kind of prosecution slang for a category of cases that does not fit perfectly with any known criminal offense. But sextortion is remarkably common. A large number of sextortion cases have taken place – …

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Harris and fellow Democrats target Trump’s Supreme Court candidate on Obamacare | New

WASHINGTON, DC – Democratic senators, including Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris, on Monday described President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court candidate Amy Coney Barrett as a threat to the health care law of Obamacare during a deadly pandemic and denounced the Republican willingness to approve it before the United States on …

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Mass voters will decide whether to update the current law on the right to state reparations

BOSTON (WPRI) ─ In November, voters voting in Massachusetts will decide whether to update the state’s “right to redress” law. The law gives Massachusetts car owners the right to choose where they take their vehicles for repair. Referendum in the next election, would ask voters whether the law should be …

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Statue of Hugh McManaway returning to Myers Park after year-long absence

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – The Hugh McManaway statue has made its triumphant return to Myers Park. On Tuesday, the city of Charlotte held an unveiling ceremony, returning the statue after a year-long disappearance. Now standing over eight feet tall and weighing over 5,000 pounds, the iconic Hugh McManaway statue is …

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Human trafficking survivor shares pre-Super Bowl story as hotels ramp up training

TAMPA, Fla .– Tampa is less than a month away from the Super Bowl, a highlight for fans and a grim draw for human sex trafficking. On Monday, Human Trafficking Awareness Day, Attorney General Ashley Moody joined hospitality industry leaders and non-profit organizations fighting human trafficking to describe efforts leading …

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