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Telluride blues, a hatchet job

October 22, 1976

Telluride, Colorado, formerly an honest, decayed little mining town of about 300 souls, is now a bustling whore of a ski resort with a population of 1,500 and many more to come.

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Telluride blues, a hatchet job
Telluride, Colorado, formerly an honest, decayed little mining town of about 300 souls, is now a bustling whore of a ski resort with a population of 1,500 and many more to come.
Politics prevent fair nuclear initiative contest
Events in the months preceding Montana's election have convinced nuclear initiative proponents that Montana is a state where large corporate interests still have an unusually strong hold on state government.
Wyoming ag water loans aid energy industry
Several energy companies in Wyoming are managing to provide for their water needs with the aid of state loans allocated for the development of agricultural water supplies.
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