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Colorado Springs does not track recycling rates, but researchers estimated that El Paso and Teller counties had some of the worst rates at 12 percent. (The Gazette file)
Leslie McWilliams of Colorado Springs skis Tea Cup Bowl Monday, March 2, 2015, at Vail Mountain Resort in Colorado. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
National Geographic photographer shares emotional video of dying polar bear (Screen grab from the video)
(File photo, David Bitton, The Gazette)
Trump Monuments Outdoor Retailers
FIL E- In this undated file photo, the Upper Gulch section of the Escalante Canyons within Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is shown. Outdoor clothing giant Patagonia and other retailers have jumped into a legal and political battle over President Donald Trump's plan to shrink two sprawling Utah national monuments, a fight that would scare off most companies but buoys customers of outdoor brands that value environmental activism. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac, File)
River Compromise
ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY, DEC. 17 - In this Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016 photo, Kirk Klancke, president of the Colorado River Headwaters Chapter of Trout Unlimited, fly fishes along the Colorado River near Kremmling, Colo. Some conservationists and environmental groups are crying foul while others are willing to compromise as Denver Water looks to exercise its water rights in the north-central part of the state. (Nathaniel Minor/Colorado Public Radio via AP)
The Martin Drake Power Plant's smokestacks sit behind America the Beautiful Park Wednesday, July 22, 2015. (Gazette file photo)
Denver Water says molybdenum pollution could cost up to $600 million to remove from drinking water (RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post, file Dillon Reservoir)
The Martin Drake power plant just southwest of downtown Colorado Springs Thursday, January 24, 2013. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
Jack Dhooge and Jon Hallford (left to right) have brought more funeral alternatives to the area with their Return to Nature Funeral Home. A wicker basket casket is displayed in the "in state" room or viewing room. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)