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Money comes calling in a remote poor valley

November 6, 1989

Colorado's sparsely populated and remote San Luis Valley is without strong ties to either Denver's urbanized Front Range or to the state's rural Western Slope. But that may be ending.

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Money comes calling in a remote, poor valley
Colorado's sparsely populated and remote San Luis Valley is without strong ties to either Denver's urbanized Front Range or to the state's rural Western Slope. But that may be ending.

Essays

Wyoming isn't California or Detroit, and thank heaven
Those of us who are still here -- the survivors in the wake of the Bust -- share a bond we may not realize: We have paid a price to be able to remain.

News

A land-poor sheep co-op trespasses in search of grass
A 50-member Hispanic cooperative hopes that a state task force will come up with a plan to let the group's sheep graze on public land.