The 1988 fires in Yellowstone National Park were the biggest in the park's history. A new study shows big fires there could burn much more frequently-- possibly as often as every year.
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When you pull on a pair of wool socks for a hike into the mountains or walk across a sturdy Navajo rug, it may not occur to you to consider what kind of animal the fiber came from.
High school students from around the world recently competed to design a settlement on Mars. A team from Durango took top prize. Durango High’s Aerospace Design Team .
A couple of years ago Denver high school student Tyler Quintana visited a war-torn country, and thought of a way to help people there.