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Boulder leaders describe lessons learned during flood

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Sarah Kuta | The Colorado Daily, Boulder Even though Boulder leaders had planned for a different kind of catastrophic flood than the one that occurred in September, much of their planning and mitigation efforts paid off anyway during the five-day deluge. Boulder Mayor Matt Appelbaum and City Manager Jane Brautigam described the lessons they learned from September’s floods to more ...

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Colorado well-positioned for pollution standards

By Kristen Wyatt | The Associated Press DENVER — Out of all the states in the nation, Colorado offers the best sneak peek at what the nation would look like once President Barack Obama’s energy regulations take effect. But critics warn it’s too soon to say Colorado’s energy plan won’t have negative consequences. Colorado got high praise Monday in a ...

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Odessa car theft results in multiple stab wounds

A 22-year-old man sustained serious injuries in a stabbing that erupted Wednesday after he tried to retrieve his stolen car. The Odessa American Eagle reports Jose Pinon-Arroyo was pumping gas at a Stripes gas station on West University in Odessa when a man stole his gold Ford Contour and drove off. Pinon-Arroyo later spotted the suspect inside the stolen vehicle ...

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