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Biden will regulate gun device possibly used in Boulder shooting

President Joe Biden, accompanied by Vice President Kamala Harris, and Attorney General Merrick Garland, speaks about gun violence prevention in the Rose Garden at the White House, ThursdayApril 8 in Washington.

Biden will regulate gun device possibly used in Boulder shooting

Tributes hang on the temporary fence surrounding the parking lot in front of a King Soopers grocery store in which 10 people died in a late March mass shooting April 9 in Boulder.

Man rescued after becoming stuck under truck

Cortez Fire Protection District crews and Southwest Health System Ambulance responded to a man who became trapped under his pickup truck Friday morning on Fourth Street. With the help of rescue crews, the man escaped and was unharmed.

Man rescued after becoming stuck under truck

A Cortez Fire Protection District crew installs inflation bags to lift a truck off a man on Fourth Street who became trapped while changing the oil. He escaped and was unharmed.

Colorado senator meets with rural business owners to hear top concerns

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Water supply, wildfire concerns loom over spring, summer

It appears spring runoff has already started in the San Juan Mountains, where as of Thursday, snowpack levels were at 71% of average. Early runoff means longer fire seasons, as well as lower water supplies in summer months.

Water supply, wildfire concerns loom over spring, summer

Jarrod Biggs, city of Durango’s assistant utilities director, said he has started talking with the city’s largest water users about conservation measures should water reserves become low after spring runoff.

Water supply, wildfire concerns loom over spring, summer

The Florida River is Durango’s main water source, but the city can pull from the Animas River when needed. Because of water shortages and a prolonged drought, city officials are also looking at using water stored in Lake Nighthorse.

Water supply, wildfire concerns loom over spring, summer

The city of Durango diverts water from the Florida River, which is stored in a reservoir near Fort Lewis College. Because the reservoir is relatively small, the city does not have the ability to store large amounts of water.

Water supply, wildfire concerns loom over spring, summer

Jarrod Biggs, city of Durango’s assistant utilities director, says the city pulls water from its main source, the Florida River, while talking Wednesday at the newly revamped diversion site. Water taken from the river travels down a gravity-fed pipe for about 9.1 miles and then empties into the city reservoir.
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