Ecologist and climate change scientist Jane Zelikova and a friend grabbed a camera and went on a mission to see was really happening with snowpack in the Rockies.
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David Bledsoe of the Denver-based American Indian College Fund joins Colorado Matters to talk about Jim Thorpe.
Emma Oosterhous was recently awarded a prestigious Marshall scholarship.
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Brad Peterson raised his eyebrows a bit when the Winter Olympics opened last weekend.