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  1. Colorado oil drillers to cut back operations amid falling prices

    Oil prices have dropped by half since this summer -- and in response, drillers are slashing budgets for the coming year.
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  2. Colorado Springs bomb suspect had 'different motive' than NAACP attack

    FBI says target of suspect's "criminal actions was not the NAACP."
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  3. 'Hateful Eight' cast, crew burn skis in Telluride in quest for snow

    In an appeal to "Ullr," an ancient Norse god, for much-needed snow, the film's cast and crew threw a "ski burn" earlier this week.
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  4. GPS leads to body in car wreck 400 feet down Red Mountain Pass

    The Ouray County Coroner hasn't yet ruled on a cause of death for 28-year-old Jin Junge, of Copenhagen.
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  5. Thousands sign up for private health coverage in Colorado but numbers below projections

    Most people who signed up for insurance in 2015 -- roughly 68 percent -- were re-enrolling.
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  6. Aspen funds energy efficiency program with 'Robin Hood' mechanism

    Participating homeowners get as much as $2,500 in improvements, paid by fees from homes and businesses bigger than 5,000 square feet.
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  7. Boulder coding 'boot camp' focuses on training low-income adults

    The program, SeedPaths, says that 82 percent of its graduates are employed within 90 days of finishing their studies.
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  8. Boulder eyes Avery's brewing waste to help filter city wastewater

    It turns out a byproduct of the brewing process -- a sugar-water called weak wort -- can help remove nitrogen from wastewater.
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  9. Colorado may pay to get more local food in schools

    Colorado is considering a grant program that would cost about $1 million a year for five years to put more local produce in school cafeterias.
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  10. Colorado faces lawsuits from residents over legal marijuana

    Plaintiffs who oppose legal pot are appealing to federal courts to try to shut down Colorado's $800-million-a-year marijuana industry
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