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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 20, 2015

utah transit authority rails

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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WORC Says “No Time To Waste” On Radioactive Waste Disposal Reform

wyoming oil and gas

The Western Organization of Resources Councils (WORC) has released a report about radioactive waste from oil and gas drilling in the West.

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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. 17, 2015

Downtown Denver

Here’s your New West news: Outside magazine ranks GroundFloor Media best workplace in the nation, the BLM postpones gas and oil lease auction, Billings medical providers uneasy over medical school plans across state, and Anton Collins Mitchell LLP expands into Wyoming.

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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 16, 2015

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

Here in New West news: seven Colorado businesses ranked in this year’s Deloitte Technology Fast 500, the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission will open the Madison River to year-round fishing, and Idaho winemakers seek federal recognition for a new winemaking region.

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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. 12, 2015

Brigham Young University North Campus

In New West news: Brigham Young University ranks high in entrepreneurial studies, new Super Duck fossil provides missing link to Montana’s state dinosaur, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks considers letting people fish on Madison River year-round, and Forbes favorably ranks Denver and Utah in job growth.

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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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New West Daily Roundup for Nov. 3, 2015

bison 50 fort collins USDA

Today in New West News: “genetically pure” bison in Colorado, what’s new about Boise State’s College of Innovation and Design, and what a Billings-area man is doing with Russian olive trees.

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