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Efforts to preserve Camp Hale ‘important’ to veterans, public

May 27th, 2019|

When Garett Reppenhagen returned from Iraq, the need to process the trauma of war led him into Colorado’s backcountry. “My natural instinct was to get outdoors,” he said Friday. “The outdoors became this massive healing thing for me. Without it, I don’t think I would have survived.” One of the [...]

Letter: CORE Act deserves support

May 26th, 2019|

I agree with the PI’s editorial supporting the CORE Act. The CORE Act is the best legislation introduced for Colorado hunters in a generation. Comprising four previous bills generated over a multi-year period with bipartisan input, it permanently protects several large swaths of land that provide increasingly critical habitat for [...]

Berlaimont opponents appeal directly to Forest Service supervisor

May 25th, 2019|

EAGLE COUNTY — White River National Forest Supervisor Scott Fitzwilliams is well aware that hundreds of local residents are adamantly and vocally opposed to the proposed Berlaimont development north of Edwards. But last week, he agreed to sit down with a small group of opponents who wanted to make a [...]

Letter: CORE Act is common sense

May 24th, 2019|

I am writing in response to the guest column published in the Post Independent on May 19, by John Charters and Will Roush, “Colorado has opportunity, challenge to balance demands and values of public lands.” As a local business owner who recreates on public lands with my family, I commend [...]

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