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New West Daily Roundup for Dec. 10, 2015

Here’s your New West news: Colorado small business ownership, a follow-up regarding Yellowstone grizzlies, legal ambiguity enters Utah public lands debate, and could Montana lose a county?

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New West Daily Roundup for Dec. 8, 2015

Today in New West news: state and federal wildlife officials want to delist Yellowstone grizzlies, WalletHub ranks Colorado college towns, and the Utah Legislature will have $560 million in additional revenue for 2016.

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New West Daily Roundup for Dec. 4, 2015

Today’s New West news: Wyoming wants Congress to reevaluate state’s Wilderness Study Areas, Frontier Airlines reportedly in IPO talks, Glacier National Park breaks attendance record, more developments in the Badger Two-Medicine area, and Salt Lake City’s Avenues neighborhood receiving fiber network from Beehive Broadband.

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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 24, 2015

Credit: Larry Johnson, "Denver Skyline at Sunset," December 17, 2009

Today in New West news: Denver City Council votes on construction defects reform, Utah Governor Gary Herbert regrets signing SB54, and the Interior Department aims to cancel Badger-Two Medicine oil and gas leases.

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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 20, 2015

Here’s your New West news: Utah Transit Authority (UTA) resignations possibly coming, Yellowstone officials change stance on bison culling quota, and Redfin assesses economic integration in Denver’s housing market.

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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 19, 2015

Here’s your New West news: Yellowstone proposes killing 1,000 bison this winter, the Denver International Airport Westin hotel holds ribbon-cutting ceremony, the future of Wyoming’s cigarette tax, and how the Ada County Courthouse became the Idaho Law and Justice Learning Center.

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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 18, 2015

Today’s New West news: National Geographic honors New Westerners in their “Adventurers of the Year” contest, Union Pacific will close Denver’s Burnham Shop repair yard, and Utah’s Park City Culinary Institute has announced a new private venue.

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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 13, 2015

In New West news: what one man wants to do with Columbia Falls, Montana; the Provo City Center Temple rises from the ruins of Provo Tabernacle, and Governor Hickenlooper’s budget could potentially cut off funding for Colorado’s wildfire-mitigation grant program.

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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 11, 2015

Here’s your New West news: new enzymes taken from Yellowstone extremophiles could revolutionize the food processing industry, Denver-based Molson Coors poised to become number two brewer in the nation, what Gallatin Valley businesses received awards from Prospera Business Network this year, and why the Montana Women’s Business Center’s director is stepping down.

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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 6, 2015

Old Faithful crowd

Today in New West news: Yellowstone visitation tops four million, Colorado and New Mexico senators want to address mining reform, and what U.S. Representative Rob Bishop (R-UT) wants to do with the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

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