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A new round of Antarctic ice alarm

The alarm of a catastrophic meltdown of the Antarctic cycles up and down every year or two.  A journal article says the rate of melt is increasing, the popular press picks up on it and breathlessly warns about huge sea level rises sinking coastal cities around the world.  579 more words

Global Warming

Gregory finishes 33rd at XC World Championships

Lauren Gregory is one of the 33 fastest cross country runners in her age group.

The sophomore at Fort Collins High School finished 33rd in the female junior race Saturday in China in the IAAF World Cross Country Championships. 131 more words

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Notre Dame Prep hires Mark Nolan as football coach

After striking out twice with out-of-state football coaching hires, Scottsdale Notre Dame went outside of Arizona again, this time geographically closer, with the announcement of Mark Nolan as its next coach. 505 more words

Sports

Report Says Beetles Don't Make Forests More Likely To Burn

DENVER (AP) – Mountain pine beetles have left vast tracts of dead, dry trees in the West, raising fears that they’re more vulnerable to wildfire outbreaks, but a new study found no evidence that bug-infested forests are more likely to burn than healthy ones. 373 more words

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Installment No. 337: Education

Colorado State University (CSU), in Fort Collins, CO., continues to follow the lead of its brethren, the University of Colorado, in Boulder, CO., by pursuing the expenditure of at least a quarter of a billion dollars on a football stadium which is not needed nor wanted by the majority. 22 more words

State Of Colorado

Former CU Ski Club Coach Accused Of Putting Club Funds In Private Account

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – A former University of Colorado Ski Club coach is under fire once again.

The Boulder Sheriff’s Office is investigating Palmer Hoyt for allegedly taking thousands of dollars in club funds and putting them into a private bank account. 44 more words

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How Ancient and Modern Cities Compare (and Why Planners Should Care) (Planetizen)

BY DEAN SAITTA, PUBLISHED ON MARCH 9TH, 2015

A new scholarly paper from Santa Fe Institute (SFI) and University of Colorado, University of North Carolina, and University of New Mexico researchers argues that ancient and modern cities can be usefully analyzed from a comparative perspective. 1,601 more words

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