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June 30, 2022: Six months after the Marshall Fire; Watching the Colorado River run (dry)

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The burned out shell of a home on Eldorado Drive in Superior destroyed by the Dec. 30 Marshall fire, with homes in the background that untouched bay the flames. Friday, Jan.14, 2022.

Six months ago, after a spark or flame landed in some very dry grass and ignited, the Marshall Fire became the most destructive in Colorado history. Then, Colorado and states sharing the Colorado River have two months to figure out how to reduce the river water they use. Also, Denver7 chief meteorologist Mike Nelson's monthly chat. And, the best in summer books.