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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - JUNE 8: A water tower overlooks the community of Security in the foreground of Pike's Peak on June 8, 2016. A invisible toxic chemical has been discovered in the drinking water that affects 70,000 people in the communities south of Colorado Springs. (Photo by Michael Reaves/The Denver Post)
GOATS
Goats munch on weeds at Bear Creek Regional Park on Thursday, November 5, 2015. The goats are brought to the park each year for weed control. Photo by Stacie Scott, The Gazette
Fish Kill
In this Sept. 16, 2016, photo, dead northern pike are seen in the Des Lacs River near Burlington, N.D. State health and wildlife officials are investigating a fish kill in the river in northern North Dakota. (Kim Fundingsland/Minot Daily News via AP)
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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - JUNE 8: A water tower overlooks the community of Security in the foreground of Pike's Peak on June 8, 2016. A invisible toxic chemical has been discovered in the drinking water that affects 70,000 people in the communities south of Colorado Springs. (Photo by Michael Reaves/The Denver Post)
WEATHER
Families play in the Julie Penrose Fountain at America the Beautiful Park on Friday, June 10, 2016. Photo by Stacie Scott, The Gazette
coal power
Scrubber technology at the Drake (pictured) and Nixon coal-fired plants is being cited as one of the reasons that utilities rates may be rising. (Christian Murdock, The Gazette)
Visitors enjoy the view from Helen Hunt Falls on the last day of summer, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016, as the leaves in the foreground paint a picture of fall.  (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Visitors enjoy the view from Helen Hunt Falls on the last day of summer, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016, as the leaves in the foreground paint a picture of fall. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - JUNE 8: A water tower overlooks the community of Security in the foreground of Pike's Peak on June 8, 2016. A invisible toxic chemical has been discovered in the drinking water that affects 70,000 people in the communities south of Colorado Springs. (Photo by Michael Reaves/The Denver Post)
Chinese President Xi Jinping, center, President Obama, right, shake hands earlier this month as U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon looks on during a joint ratification of the Paris climate change agreement at the West Lake State Guest House in Hangzhou in eastern China’s Zhejiang province. (How Hwee Young/Pool Photo via AP)
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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - JUNE 8: A water tower overlooks the community of Security in the foreground of Pike's Peak on June 8, 2016. A invisible toxic chemical has been discovered in the drinking water that affects 70,000 people in the communities south of Colorado Springs. (Photo by Michael Reaves/The Denver Post)