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Chris Strebig

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Booby Traps Found On Popular Trail In Pike National Forest

The search is on for more booby traps on a popular Colorado trail after the U.S. Forest Service discovered a spike strip buried in a trail bed.

05/14/2014

A worker removes pot plants from a site in the White River National Forest (credit: U.S. Forest Service)

No Evidence Of Cartel Ties To Massive Pot Growing Operation In High Country

More than 3,000 marijuana plants at an estimated worth of $8.4 million have been removed from an illegal growing site in the White River National Forest, according to U.S. Forest Service.

09/24/2013

A worker removes pot plants from a site in the White River National Forest (credit: U.S. Forest Service)

$8.4M Worth Of Pot Plants Removed From White River National Forest

More than 3,000 marijuana plants at an estimated worth of $8.4 million have been removed from an illegal growing site in the White River National Forest, according to U.S. Forest Service.

09/23/2013

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