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PNS Daily Newscast - March 8, 2021 


Nationwide protests in advance of trial of former Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd; judicial districts amendment faces bipartisan skepticism in PA.


2021Talks - March 8, 2021 


After a whirlwind voting session the Senate approves $1.9 Trillion COVID relief bill, President Biden signs an executive order to expand voting access and the president plans a news conference this month.

Public News Service - CO: Cultural Resources

PHOTO: Conservationists and sportsmen want federal public lands to remain in public hands, instead of being handed over to states or private entities, as the Republican National Committee has recently proposed. Photo courtesy of Suzanne O'Neill.

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DENVER - The Colorado Wildlife Federation, along with 40 other conservation and sportsman groups, is asking the Republican National Committee (RNC) to reconsider its support of states and the private sector taking responsibility for federal public lands. The RNC passed the resolution this year, but

PHOTO: The John Jorgenson Electric Band will perform at the 10th Annual Guitar Town at Copper Mountain Resort this weekend. Photo courtesy: Jason Henke

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COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colo. – It's no secret that Colorado's share of natural beauty and snow are draws for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure seekers, but this weekend the state will be a destination for music lovers from around the nation. This marks the 10th year for Copper Mountain's Guitar To

Photo: High school senior Jaime Leon Riva is in custody, facing deportation to El Salvador. Courtesy: American Friends Service Committee

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AURORA, Colo. - This Saturday, people in Colorado will join thousands of others at rallies in cities across the country to demand that President Obama end deportations. Family and friends of Jaime Leon Riva, a high school senior from Dillon, Colo., hope help comes in time for him. The El Salvador-bo

Photo: The Bureau of Land Management offices in northwest Colorado received national recognition. Courtesy: Soren Jespersen

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CRAIG, Colo. - Protecting Colorado's unspoiled wilderness is no small task for the Bureau of Land Management, and the agency's office in northwest Colorado is receiving national recognition for its efforts. The annual Comparative Analysis of Particular Excellence (CAPE) awards reward agencies that p

Photo: Garett Reppenhagen of Vet Voice says Dinosaur National Monument is one of the places he chooses to unwind. Photo courtesy of Reppenhagen.

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DENVER - While this Veterans Day recognizes men and women who have served the United States around the world, a group of veterans is working to protect the land here at home. Army veteran Garett Reppenhagen of Colorado Springs is a member of the Vet Voice Foundation and Rocky Mountain West coordinat

Photo: Amendment 66 funds would be invested in things such as full-day kindergarten and rewarding effective teachers and principals. Courtesy: Colorado Commits to Kids

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DENVER - The push continues for Coloradans to send in their mail election ballots in support of Amendment 66, and supporters say that, in addition to providing funding to improve education, the legislation also would improve accountability in schools for performance and the way the dollars are spent

Photo: Closed entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. Courtesy: National Parks Conservation Association.

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ESTES PARK, Colo. - Colorado's four national parks and the communities around them are seeing a stark economic effect from the government shutdown. Nationwide, 21,000 National Park Service employees are furloughed and as many as 750,000 would-be park visitors will be turned away daily. Estes Park

PHOTO: The new Mesa Verde Visitor & Research Center at Mesa Verde National Park will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. through the summer. Courtesy of National Park Service.

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DURANGO, Colo. – On Thursday, just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, the new visitor center was dedicated at Mesa Verde National Park – and some folks in attendance noticed a distinct haze on the skyline. That's one side effect of oil and gas drilling in the area, and a group of fo

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