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Jason Dunn (Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck photo)
Turbines blow in the wind at an Xcel Energy wind farm located on the border of Colorado and Wyoming south of Cheyenne, Wyo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is pictured during a Sept. 27 interview in his office at the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Photo by Andy Colwell for the Gazette
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is pictured during a Sept. 27 interview in his office at the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Photo by Andy Colwell for the Gazette
Darryl Glenn, Republican candidate running in the 5th Congressional District primary, speaking at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
STEVE DURHAM
The Colorado Board of Education voted June 13 along party lines to changes in standards for teaching health and physical education, but omitted a proposal to teach fourth graders about the benefits of guns for self-defense. The proposal was first floated last month by Republican Debora Scheffel, who represents the 4th Congressional District on the board. The idea picked up the support of Republicans board member Steve Durham of Colorado Springs. (The Gazette file)
Gov. John Hickenlooper speaks at a press conference in Denver about wildfires burning in Colorado on Wednesday. Photo by Joey Bunch, Colorado Politics.
A small sea of fire retardant foam was unintentionally released in an aircraft hangar, temporarily covering a small portion of the flight line at Travis AFB, Calif., Sept. 24, 2013. The non-hazardous foam is similar to dish soap, which eventually dissolved into liquid, which was helped by high winds. 60th Air Mobility Wing fire fighters helped control the dispersion by using powerful fans and covering drains. No people or aircraft were harmed in the incident. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ken Wright/Released)
Ready Colorado’s new VP, Craig Hulse. (Photo courtesy Ready Colorado)
After drying, the buds are trimmed by hand before being sent to a machine for final trimming. The marijuana was grown and trimmed at White Diamond Botanicals in Pueblo West on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette