Lake Granby News

10/21/2017 10:13:00 PM
Bike Magazine
As the trail progresses, that dirt changes to the red rock Moab is known for and the landscape changes from forest to moonscape. Luke Strobel takes on the entire trail from the La Sal Mountains to the Colorado River.

10/21/2017 9:48:00 PM
Post Independent
For cutthroat that live in the tributaries of the middle Colorado River, from Glenwood Springs to DeBeque, a noticeable threat was habitat loss due to overgrazing. The White River National Forest and the Bureau of Land Management, the two entities that ...

10/21/2017 12:26:00 PM
12news.com
AZZ101-CAZ229-NVZ466-220100- /O.CON.KVEF.FW.W.0019.000000T0000Z-171022T0100Z/ Lake Mead NRA/Colorado River-AZ side-Lower Colorado River Valley- Lake Mead NRA/Colorado River-NV side- 1219 PM PDT Sat Oct 21 2017 /1219 PM MST Sat Oct 21 2017/ ...RED FLAG ...

10/20/2017 9:30:00 PM
The Daily Sentinel
Drilling for natural gas on the west end of Mesa and Garfield counties would threaten the atmosphere and the endangered fish of the Colorado River, seven environmental organizations said in protests of planned auctions. The organizations are protesting the ...

10/20/2017 3:17:00 PM
12news.com
AZZ101-CAZ229-NVZ466-211200- /O.NEW.KVEF.FW.W.0019.171021T1900Z-171022T0100Z/ Lake Mead NRA/Colorado River-AZ side-Lower Colorado River Valley- Lake Mead NRA/Colorado River-NV side- 308 PM PDT Fri Oct 20 2017 /308 PM MST Fri Oct 20 2017/ ...RED FLAG ...

10/19/2017 4:15:00 PM
Minneapolis Star Tribune
PHOENIX — A scathing new report released this week by the U.S. Department of Interior casts a critical light on the Bureau of Indian Affairs response to sexual harassment complaints by Colorado River Indian Tribes workers and members involving a bureau ...

10/19/2017 3:54:00 AM
Kunc 91.5
A few months ago Denver civil rights lawyer Jason Flores-Williams had an idea. He’s made a name for himself recently in a class action lawsuit against the city of Denver where he’s representing the city’s homeless people. “A lot of times I meet ...

10/19/2017 12:49:00 AM
Mohave Daily News
The proposal for the height ordinance change for the Colorado River Union High School District’s planned fieldhouse was sent to council with a negative recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Commission, while staff recommended approval of the ...

10/18/2017 3:49:00 PM
Public Radio International
“We moved into one of the barracks,” he says. Those barracks were at the Colorado River Relocation Center, which is known as the Poston internment camp. But Ron Moore is not Japanese American — he’s Hopi. And when he and his family moved to ...

10/17/2017 11:58:00 PM
Havasu News
Mariah Jordan Sharpe, a Colorado River Indian Tribes member has been selected as Miss Indian Arizona 2017-18. She received her crown Oct. 14 at the pageant held at the Chandler Center for the Performing Arts. Sharpe was selected from five contestants.

10/17/2017 11:00:00 PM
The Daily Sentinel
The philanthropic and civic group called Richardson that because he’s been a leader in cleaning up the Colorado River. And for doing that for the past dozen years or so, the Grand Junction Lions Club bestowed one of its highest honors on the now retired ...

10/17/2017 6:19:00 AM
www.arizonahighways.com
A state park in Yuma that previously was focused on the Colorado River's history is rebranding itself and adding a new focus: the river's future. The park, formerly known as Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, has been renamed Colorado River ...

10/16/2017 9:07:00 PM
bisnow.com
The 4,500 people of the Mohave, Chemehuevi, Navajo and Hopi tribes who belong to the Colorado River Indian Tribes might eventually lease some of their share of the river's water to the rest of Arizona for the first time. That would allow more development ...

10/16/2017 7:55:00 PM
Las Vegas Sun
Why did environmentalists choose the Colorado River as the guinea pig for this rights-of-nature lawsuit? The Colorado is one of the most heavily developed rivers in the world, or as Will Falk of Deep Green Resistance prefers to describe it, “the most ...

10/16/2017 7:19:00 PM
Los Angeles Business Journal
The Bureau of Land Management reversed a decision that it made two years ago that would have required a planned 43-mile water pipeline from Cadiz’ desert aquifer to the Colorado River Aqueduct to undergo a full environmental review. The reversal means ...

10/16/2017 2:32:00 PM
Government Technology
When Hurricane Harvey locked its sights on Texas in late August, residents and authorities along the lower Colorado River found the information they might need to make life-or-death decisions online. The Hydromet monitoring system, a network of more than ...

10/16/2017 1:00:00 AM
Nonprofit Quaterly
The Colorado River, mighty enough to have helped carve the Grand Canyon, starts in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and flows for 1,450 miles through Utah, Arizona, Nevada, California, and Baja California on its way south to Mexico. Advocates have now given ...

10/14/2017 11:36:00 PM
Mohave Daily News
The Colorado River District is developing a travel management plan for routes and route uses in the Hualapai Mountains, Bagdad, Black Mountains, Cerbat Mountains, Crozier, Goodwin Mesa, Music Mountains, Poachies and White Hills travel management areas ...

10/14/2017 9:02:00 PM
12news.com
AZZ101-CAZ229-NVZ466-152100- /O.CON.KVEF.FW.W.0018.000000T0000Z-171015T2100Z/ Lake Mead NRA/Colorado River-AZ side-Lower Colorado River Valley- Lake Mead NRA/Colorado River-NV side- 859 PM PDT Sat Oct 14 2017 /859 PM MST Sat Oct 14 2017/ ...RED FLAG ...

10/13/2017 6:08:00 PM
Washington Post
where investigators found that male employees preyed on female colleagues during long trips down the Colorado River. The agency’s internal watchdog also uncovered similar harassment at multiple parks across the far-flung system, including Yosemite ...

10/12/2017 10:51:00 PM
azcentral.com
Tribes might lease Colorado River water The Colorado River Indian Tribes receive around 24 percent of Arizona's allotment of Colorado River water. The tribes are looking to lease the excess they receive. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc ...

10/11/2017 9:26:00 PM
forcechange.com
Goal: Drop plans to frack land near the Colorado River and protect the waterway from the pollution caused by fracking. The Colorado River is facing threats of pollution from fracking. If the Trump Administration’s plans to frack more than 27,000 acres ...

10/11/2017 11:37:00 AM
waterkeeper.org
Conservation groups on Tuesday challenged a Bureau of Land Management decision to auction off more than 27,000 acres of western Colorado public lands in December for fracking operations. Fracking would threaten the dwindling water supply in the Colorado ...

10/10/2017 3:43:00 PM
indianz.com
It looks like a long-running lease dispute between the Colorado River Indian Tribes and a non-Indian tenant is finally over. Without comment, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a petition in French v. Starr. The action, which came in an order list on Tuesday ...

10/9/2017 9:00:00 PM
CBC
In March of this year, New Zealand marked a legal first: The Whanganui River was granted the same legal status as a human, with rights and protections. A few months later, on Sept. 25, a U.S. environmental group, Deep Green Resistance, filed a lawsuit ...

10/9/2017 3:42:00 PM
KGUN 9
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) - The National Park Service has awarded a rafting contract on the Colorado River to a subsidiary of concessionaire giant Aramark - and took the deal away from an Arizona company that has long offered rafting. Colorado River Discovery ...

10/9/2017 12:13:00 PM
AZFamily
The National Park Service has awarded a rafting contract for the Colorado River to a subsidiary of concessionaire giant Aramark - and took the deal away from an Arizona company that has long offered rafting. Colorado River Discovery has led rafting trips ...

10/8/2017 2:11:00 PM
Charlotte Observer
The National Park Service has awarded a rafting contract for the Colorado River to a subsidiary of concessionaire giant Aramark — and took the deal away from an Arizona company that has long offered rafting. Colorado River Discovery has led rafting trips ...

10/8/2017 8:14:00 AM
High County News
On Sept. 27, representatives from the U.S. and Mexico approved an update to the 1944 treaty that governs how the two nations manage the Colorado River. The new pact builds upon a 2012 agreement that expires this year. For many people, the 2014 “pulse ...

10/8/2017 3:14:00 AM
Arizona Daily Sun
In March 2014, the staged release of water into the Colorado River Delta was an international spectacle. Thousands of onlookers joined dozens of elected and appointed officials, environmentalists and scientists at Morelos Dam at the Arizona-Sonora border ...

10/7/2017 5:34:00 PM
KJCT8
PALISADE, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)--Colorado is the only state that doesn't have any water that flows into it. Water only flows out because of the mountains, and that makes Western Slope irrigation systems pretty important. Business owners, elected officials and ...

10/6/2017 9:54:00 AM
High County News
On Sept. 27, representatives from the U.S. and Mexico approved an update to the 1944 treaty that governs how the two nations manage the Colorado River. The new pact builds upon a 2012 agreement that expires this year. For many people, the 2014 “pulse ...

10/5/2017 2:16:00 AM
www.newsdeeply.com
A new agreement signed between the U.S. and Mexico continues an important collaboration in managing the Colorado River, but also gives new hope for reviving stretches of the river that have run dry. Mexican and American officials, dignitaries and residents ...

10/4/2017 10:01:00 PM
Havasu News
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors voted this week to oppose any transfer of water rights along the Colorado River to cities in central Arizona. In the unanimous vote, supervisors voted against what they view as the continuing water grab by the Central ...

10/4/2017 9:42:00 PM
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Unable to enact their agenda through the legislative process, many environmental extremists have become expert at manipulating the judicial system to achieve their ends. A federal lawsuit filed last month in Denver highlights how far some of these ...

10/3/2017 3:58:00 PM
Arizona Capitol Times
Collaboration is often touted as key to Arizona’s successes in water management, and it is. We just forget how messy, cantankerous, and difficult collaborating can be. We are seeing it again this summer as the state wrestles with Colorado River and ...

9/30/2017 7:28:00 PM
tucson.com
In March 2014, the staged release of water into the Colorado River Delta was an international spectacle. Thousands of onlookers joined dozens of elected and appointed officials, environmentalists and scientists at Morelos Dam at the Arizona-Sonora border ...

9/29/2017 11:15:00 AM
Patch
The United States and Mexico have expanded an agreement governing use of the Colorado River, which provides water to nearly 40 million people in seven states in the West and Southwest as well as to Mexico. The agreement stresses conservation in an effort ...

9/29/2017 6:54:00 AM
Truth Out
If corporations have personhood, based in part on the 2010 Citizens United v. FEC ruling, then why shouldn't rivers and other natural features? That's a question that a recent case filed in Denver asks, according to a September 25 New York Times article.

9/28/2017 10:27:00 PM
Patch
DENVER, CO - The United States and Mexico have expanded an agreement governing use of the Colorado River, which provides water to nearly 40 million people in seven states in the West and Southwest as well as to Mexico. The agreement stresses conservation ...





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