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Illegal Dumping Scars The Beauty Of Colorado's High CountryIt's not the place you'd expect a lot of trash and old appliances to pile up, but that's what's happening along the scenic Squaw Pass outside Evergreen. Now some are saying enough is enough.
Arrest Made In Beaver Creek Fire InvestigationA juvenile is being charged with starting the Beaver Creek Fire which burned 38,000 acres near Walden over the summer.
Wildfire In Rio Blanco County 'Wakes Up,' Estimated At 1,000 AcresA wildfire burning in Rio Blanco County is estimated at approximately 1,000 acres.
U.S. Takes Key Step To Implement Sage Grouse Conservation PlanFederal land managers have issued new guidelines that will help determine what restrictions are imposed on oil and gas drilling, livestock grazing and other activities in the West to protect the greater sage grouse.
Weather Changes Could Lead To Beaver Creek Fire FlareupWeather changes over the next few days could spark a flareup of the Beaver Creek Fire.
Forest Service: Beaver Creek Fire Is Human-CausedThe Beaver Creek Fire was human-caused, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
New Video: 'Firenado' Forms In Beaver Creek FireThe Beaver Creek Fire has burned more than 36,000 acres since it started nearly two months ago. A firefighter captured a rare occurrence inside the fire lines-- a firenado.
Beaver Creek Fire Burns 35,000+ Acres, 41 Percent ContainedThe Beaver Creek Fire has burned more than 35,000 acres since it started nearly two months ago.
A-Basin's Plan For Major Terrain Expansion Takes Step ForwardA popular Colorado ski resort is one important step closer to gaining final approval from the U.S. Forest Service for a proposed major terrain expansion.
Huge Pot Grow Dismantled In San Isabel National ForestThe U.S. Forest Service says authorities have destroyed an illegal marijuana grow in the San Isabel National Forest.
Litter On High Country Trails Too Much For Rangers To HandleA popular trail in the high country is littered with trash and park rangers say they can't keep up with all the garbage hikers are leaving behind.
Homeowners Say Firefighters Deserve Credit For 'Miracle Cabin'Some are calling it a miracle cabin, a lone cabin left standing in the middle of acres of burned forest from the Beaver Creek Fire.

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