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National Signing Day 2015: Top Uncommitted Recruits to Watch

As Ohio State held up the national championship trophy following the inaugural College Football Playoff, it was little wonder how it reached that mountain top—the recruiting of coach Urban Meyer. Meyer’s 2013 class alone included critical championship contributors such as Ezekiel Elliott, Joey Bosa, J.T. Show More Summary

Here’s every new movie and TV show you’ll be able to stream on Netflix in February

New releases have slowed to a halt on Netflix over the past couple of weeks, but following the mountains of snow that are about to cover the Northeastern United States, a torrent of new movies and TV shows will be available to stream on Netflix. Show More Summary

Nebraska Cancels 2015 Mountain Lion Hunt

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission announced last week that there will be no mountain lion season for 2015, and will instead pursue a new three-year study on the state's big cats. Commission director Jim Douglass told The Lincoln Journal Star that...

Next to Dairy Queen: The Thing?

Between the towns of Benson and Wilcox, AZ, in the Dragoon Mountains on a small hill, sits a gas station, gift shop and museum next to a Dairy Queen. The large building clearly states what is inside; souvenirs, t-shirts, jewelry, gifts, museum, and in the center, "The Thing?". Show More Summary

The State of the Environment

We just finished, in 2014, the hottest year on record, further affirmation, as if any were needed, of the mounting dangers of climate change. From the boreal forest of Canada, to the Appalachian Mountains, to the Gulf of Mexico, special...Show More Summary

Rocky Mountain Buzz Kill

Colorado is rolling out some new marijuana PSA’s, and—against all odds—they aren't a total disaster. For a cool $5.7 million—culled from tax dollars the state has raked in on pot sales—Coloradans are getting their own version of the hipster “Cover Oregon” ads. Show More Summary

Texas Coal Plants Are Polluting the Air Across Several States

The Big Bend National Park and Guadalupe Mountains National Park in west Texas are places people visit when they want to reconnect with nature and visit rugged landscapes that remind them of what the western United States was like before our massive cities and miles of highways. Show More Summary

A headlock, a punch and an ejection disrupts CSU-Air Force basketball game

3 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

The Mountain West Conference rivalry between Colorado State and Air Force heated up during the second half of a Saturday afternoon basketball game when a struggle for a loose ball led to a headlock, which led to a punch in the back, which led to an ejection. Here’s another angle. CSU forward J.J. Avila started […]

Medi-Cal Costs Way Too High and Set to Explode Further

The L.A. Times reports: California’s budget, which bounced back after years of deficits, is now being squeezed by rising healthcare costs for the poor and for retired state workers. The mountain of medical bills threatens to undermine Gov. Jerry Brown’s efforts to strengthen state finances — his central promise of the past four years. Enrollment […]

So you think marijuana isn't addictive

In 2014, our country went cannabis crazy, bringing to 18 the number of states decriminalizing pot. Colorado opened boutiques selling "mountain high suckers" in grape and butterscotch flavors and posted signs that proclaimed the state is "where prohibition ends and the fun begins."

Ultimate Guide to Vermont's Best Ski Resorts

While the western half of the United States often gets credited with having the country's best ski resorts, the East Coast has no shortage of mountains where skiers and snowboarders can hit the slopes. Throughout New England and theShow More Summary

American Skiers Killed In Avalanche In Austria: Both Were Prospective Team USA Members

United States prospective ski team members Ronnie Berlack, 20, and Bryce Astle, 19, were tragically killed in an avalanche in the Austrian mountains on Monday. According to a statement on the U.S. Ski Team website, the two skiers were...Show More Summary

Montana Explored in The Collective Quarterly’s “Absaroka” Issue

New travel and culture publication The Collective Quarterly journey to Livingston, Montana for a handpicked group of creatives in their latest issue, “Absaroka,” the state’s most beautiful mountain range. Every The Collective… The post Montana Explored in The Collective Quarterly’s “Absaroka” Issue appeared first on Selectism.

Missing American Found Dead In Mexico Mountains [Video]

Searchers on Friday found the body of an American man who had been missing in the rugged mountains in central Mexico since going on a hike four days ago. A search and rescue group for Morelos state, said a search team found the lifeless...Show More Summary

Was Pedro Almodóvar’s ‘Brokeback Mountain’ Too Steamy For Hollywood?

Even if foreign films have a hard time of making it in the United States, Pedro Almodóvar has managed to meet a pretty stunning level of recognition despite the fact that he has yet to make a film in English. All About My Mother andShow More Summary

Oklahoma, Nebraska, Colorado Lock and Load for the Great Pot War

Neighbors say legal Rocky Mountain industry negatively impacting their states.

Cannabis crazy: It doesn't just describe the move legalize weed. It could happen to you.

4 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

In 2014, our country went cannabis crazy, bringing to 18 the number of states decriminalizing pot. Colorado opened boutiques selling “mountain high suckers” in grape and butterscotch flavors and posted signs that proclaimed the state is “where prohibition ends and the fun...

Fab Fourteeners of 2014: Peak Musical Performers of the Year

Colorado is known for its fourteeners, the term for mountains that equal or exceed 14,000 feet in elevation. You can't really get any higher in the lower 48 states, especially after Colorado legalized the use of recreational marijuana and allowed stores to open for business on Jan. Show More Summary

The Nuclear Year 2014

Years end, as everything finds an ending. Vermont Yankee is ending its 42-year run. Nuclear energy, which generated 70 percent of Vermont’s electricity, is ending in the Green Mountain state – as the year ends – as everything finds an ending. Show More Summary

Keurig Recalls 7 Million Coffee Makers Following Burn Reports

If you bought someone a Keurig coffee machine for Christmas this year you might want to remove it from under the tree. Keurig Green Mountain is recalling about 6.6 million MINI Plus Brewing Systems in the United States and another 500,000 in Canada. Keurig voluntarily recalls MINI Plus K10 brewers made before July 2014. No […]

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