News for Sunday, May 19, 2002



Group may appeal Forest Service's decision

Plan would call for experimental thinning of trees

Environmental watch group Colorado Wild looks to appeal a U.S. Forest Service decision to thin trees in portions of two roadless areas in the Routt National Forest. The thinning is part of an experimental plan to protect close to 5,700 acres of old-growth spruce trees from bark beetle infestation.

Overcoming camp anxiety with the help of a groover

It's good to think twice about turning down that offer

How would you like to spend five days and four nights floating through majestic Desolation Canyon on the Green River, free of charge?

Potters use skills for fund-raising

Bowls will be sold to benefit LIFT-UP

A unique plan to support a local relief organization kept more than two dozen pottery wheels spinning this weekend.