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Whitewater trespass

November 26, 1982

Whitewater enthusiasts who ignore the Colorado Supreme Court's ruling that prohibits floating across private land are guilty of third degree criminal trespass.

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Whitewater trespass
Whitewater enthusiasts who ignore the Colorado Supreme Court's ruling that prohibits floating across private land are guilty of third degree criminal trespass. (The second installment of a two-part feature on the future of white-water sports in Colorado.)
Urban run-off: Pollution storms into Denver rivers
In some instances, after a storm, the amount of lead in Colorado's South Platte River was up to 10 times higher than state water standards permit.

News

CERT taking new direction
The Council of Energy Resource Tribes board has chosen as its new chairman the leader of a tribe that has opposed energy development.
The MX finds its home in the West
President Reagan announced Monday night that the controversial MX missile would be deployed at Warren Air Force Base near Cheyenne, Wyoming.
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