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Homelessness and Colorado's Public Lands

Between insufficient budgets and rolled back protections, America’s public lands are under constant threat. Now long-term illegal campers are littering land in Colorado with piles of refuse, including human feces and spent syringes, and endangering other users. 399 more words

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Bringing Up the Bodies: How NecroSearch Helps Police to Locate the Dead

At 5280, Robert Sanchez profiles members of NecroSearch, a Colorado-based volunteer organization made up of dedicated lab experts, scientists, and skilled technicians. NecroSearchers apply decades of specialized experience to help law enforcement officers locate dead bodies. 496 more words

Nonfiction

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Bringing Up the Bodies: How NecroSearch Helps Police to Locate the Dead

At 5280, Robert Sanchez profiles members of NecroSearch, a Colorado-based volunteer organization made up of dedicated lab experts, scientists, and skilled technicians. NecroSearchers apply decades of specialized experience to help law enforcement officers locate dead bodies. 496 more words

Nonfiction

The Nickel isn't worth two.

Overall: .5 out of 5

I put The Nickel on my list to try because it was listed in 5280 as a suggestion.  Let’s just say, it isn’t for Paleo people and those that expect breakfast for a fair price. 93 more words

The Cow Eatery does not stand out

Overall: 2 out of 5

The The Cow Eatery is a little place in downtown Morrison.  It’s a cute little place with good service.

I went with a non-Paleo family member – non-Paleo was meh. 54 more words

Country Road Cafe is blah

Overall: 1 out of 5

The Country Road Cafe is a quaint establishment nestled between Evergreen and Morrison on Morrison road.  It has a cute patio but the menu is not for those that follow Paleo. 41 more words