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Carrasco joins Inside Higher Ed as student life reporter

Maria Carrasco will be joining Inside Higher Ed as a student life reporter. Recently, she was a digital producer at Politico. She was also a digital intern at NBC Washington and was a web director at WVAU Radio. She was also an intern at DCist, WAMU 88.5. She was also a Washington correspondent at Durango Herald.
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Colorado homebuilders, oil and gas drillers oppose reverse setbacks

OIL & GAS: Colorado homebuilders and the oil and gas industry are urging communities on the growing Front Range not to implement “reverse setback” rules restricting how close homes can be built to existing oil and gas wells. (Denver Post) ALSO:. • California regulators order operators of 162 oil facilities...
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Durango Herald: New guardians

Language reflects the times, and new words, phrases and memes help us understand how our culture is shifting. How to use language to confer respect and inclusion of people unlike oneself can be a challenge. Words used in American culture to refer to people with African ancestry have shifted over the last 60 years from “Colored” to “Negro” to “African-American” to “black” and “Black.” Now people of African ancestry are often included in the catchall term, “people of color,” or the more nuanced acronym, BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People Of Color”). At The Durango Herald, we generally follow Associated Press guidelines for race, which currently capitalize Black but not white, and recommend avoiding “people of color,” as it is vague and some people do not want to be lumped into a category based on skin color.
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Durango’s first electric vehicle fast charging station now open – The Durango Herald

Durango’s first electrical quick charging station is now stay and out there for public use on the Durango Transit Middle. The brand new ChargePoint DC Quick Charging Station is within the parking zone, adjoining to 2 present stage two charging stations. The price to cost a automobile on the station is 30 cents per kilowatt hour. An “idle payment” of 30 cents per minute kicks in when a automobile is left plugged in longer than 10 minutes after charging is full.
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Pueblo Community College weathers pandemic with top grades – The Durango Herald – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-08-01 10:31:17 – COVID-19 has been damaging all types of institutions, businesses and organizations in the region for the past 18 months. Recently, we were curious about how Pueblo Community College is progressing. We usually don’t hear as much from the PCC as we want. Given that it is the cornerstone of the education system in southwestern Colorado, its presence in the community seems to be weaker than it should be.
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Judge allows work to proceed on Nevada lithium mine

LITHIUM: A federal judge allows the developer of a proposed lithium mine in Nevada to go ahead with preliminary excavation, thereby denying opponents’ bid to stop the work on environmental grounds. (Reuters) CLIMATE:. • Last month’s Northwest heatwave was the deadliest weather-related event in Washington’s history, as health officials revise...
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Jury in southwest Colorado convicts man of killing pro cyclist in crash

DURANGO — A jury has convicted a man of causing a crash that killed a professional cyclist in southwest Colorado. The Durango Herald reports Cordell Schneider was found guilty Thursday of vehicular homicide and reckless driving for the March 4, 2020, crash near Marvel that killed 39-year-old Benjamin Sonntag. Schneider is scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 15 and faces two to six years in prison for vehicular homicide and 10 to 90 days in jail for reckless driving.
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Colorado jury convicts man of killing pro cyclist in crash

DURANGO, Colo. (AP) — A jury has convicted a man of causing a crash that killed a professional cyclist in southwest Colorado. The Durango Herald reports Cordell Schneider was found guilty Thursday of vehicular homicide and reckless driving for the March 4, 2020, crash near Marvel that killed 39-year-old Benjamin Sonntag.
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Fleas Carrying Plague Were Found in County From Colorado

La Plata may be just a regular American county from the state of Colorado, but now a sample of fleas found in the south-central area reveals the presence of plague. Officials with San Juan Basin Public Health bring the terrible news after laboratory testing. Thanks to The Durango Herald publication,...
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