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Hemp May Yield Record Crop, Wyoming Author’s Ghost Story, Cotopaxi’s Jewish Colony, Nabokov In The West

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Four years after hemp became legal in Colorado, farmers may produce the state’s first industrial crop. A Wyoming writer’s latest Walt Longmire mystery is a ghost story. Then, a man wants help proving his relative didn’t swindle residents of a Jewish immigrant colony near Pueblo. And, Russian novelist Vladmir Nabokov’s love of the West helped inspire “Lolita.”