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  1. Colorado Ag Commissioner John Salazar retiring

    Salazar helped the Rocky Ford Growers Association recover from a nationwide listeria outbreak tied to cantaloupe.
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  2. Dec. 8: Inside the life of an American diplomat

    Colorado Public Radio · Story
  3. Colorado Spotlight this week: Elias Quartet, Central City Opera and more

    What's coming up for the week of Dec. 1.
    Classical · Story
  4. 6 Gitmo Detainees Transferred To Uruguay, U.S. Says

    Four Syrians, one Tunisian and one Palestinian were released to the South American country early today as part of a deal to reduce the inmate population at the controversial prison.
    News · NPR Story
  5. Rare Northern White Rhino Dies At San Diego Zoo

    Now, only five remain in the world. Angalifu was thought to be 44 years old. He died of old age.
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  6. 17-Year-Old Colorado School Shooting Victim Claire Davis Dies

    Davis was shot at point blank range with a shotgun on Dec. 13 and had been hospitalized in critical condition. The family announced her death "with unspeakable sadness," but also thanked the community for its outpouring of support.
    News · NPR Story
  7. New settlement will end most new drilling on Roan Plateau

    Environmentalists have been fighting drilling plans since the area was leased six years ago.
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  8. Kurdish Officials Worry About Kurds Joining The Islamic State

    In the Kurdish city of Halabja, young men have been disappearing to join ISIS. It's a trend the authorities don't really want to discuss. But they are clamping down to try to make it stop.
    News · NPR Story
  9. Nick Denton Steps Down As Gawker's President

    But he will remain CEO of the media company that he built, and be part of a seven-member managing partnership. He said he wanted to spend more time blogging.
    News · NPR Story
  10. When A Stray Dog's In Trouble, Katmandu's Canine Rescuers Jump To It

    The city is home to some 20,000 strays. They roam the streets, they beg for food, they howl and fight at night and they often need medical help.
    News · NPR Story