A cooperative power supplier that last week announced the shuttering of coal operations in Colorado and New Mexico, announced a new energy plan at the Capitol on Wednesday.
Local and national government officials and agricultural advocates are expressing their respective pleasure over Wednesday's signing of the first phase of a sweeping trade deal between China and the United States.
Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association announced that it will shutter all of its coal operations in an effort to transition to renewables.
The Westminster-based Tri-State's coal-powered facilities -- a New Mexico coal-fired power plant and a Colorado coal plant and mine on the west slope along the Yampa Valley -- will shutter all operations by the end of 2020 and 2030, respectively.
Our critic, Bob Garver, takes a look at "1917," a film recounting a portion of World War I.
2020s movie "The Grudge" is a sequel, not a remake of the 2004 version. How does it stand up?
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