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Dec. 16, 2021: Surviving COVID; Fire protection between cities and untouched wilderness

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Nate McWilliams COVID
Courtesy Brenda Bailey
Nate McWilliams of Denver on an ECMO machine which kept him alive for more than three months while he was hospitalized at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood with COVID-19.

Ten thousand people have died in Colorado because of COVID. Nate McWilliams of Denver was almost one of them. Then, concern about protecting the space between cities and untouched wilderness. Also, voting on a new rule limiting the greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks. Plus, finding the world's southernmost tree, and recovering a treasured bracelet.