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IDAHO SPRINGS, CO - SEPTEMBER 02: Crews work at the Argo Tunnel Water Treatment Plant in Idaho Springs, Colorado, Septemer 02, 2015. The water treatment plant cleans pollution from water draining out the tunnel. The EPA began treating the water that was a source of pollution in Clear Creek. In the wake of the Gold King Mine spill, there has been renewed interest in building a water treatment plant for the tainted waters of the Upper Animas Mining District. (Photo by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post)
Medical Marijuana Limits
Fourteen-year-old Jack Splitt, right, celebrates with his mother, Stacey Linn, as Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signs a bill named after the young man from Wheat Ridge, Colo., to crack down on the state's medical marijuana industry Monday, May 18, 2015, in southeast Denver. The bill includes caregiver registration requirements and additional oversight for doctors who recommend marijuana for "severe pain." In addition, the bill will allow students such as Splitt, who is dealing with the effects of severe cerebral palsy, to use medical cannabis on school grounds. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
A pair of broken pipes caused a sewage leak at a mobile home community in Fountain Wednesday, August 24, 2016. (KKTV photo)
Betty Sexton
Cameron Forth, pictured Aug. 25, 2016, is running as the Republican candidate for Colorado State House District 18 against Democrat Pete Lee. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Donald Little Thunder, a Rosebud Sioux Indian living in Colorado Springs, beats a drum and sings as he leads a group through downtown Acacia Park while protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A home in the 5900 block of North Union Boulevard in North Central Colorado Springs recently had a solar array installed on the roof. The equipment was donated to Nancy and Lynn Gramoll as part of Colorado's Weatherization Assistance Program. (Aug. 25, 2016) MATT STEINER, THE GAZETTE