Top 5 web-only stories this week (Feb. 6, 2015) |

Top 5 web-only stories this week (Feb. 6, 2015)

Compiled by Caitlin Row
Colorado Parks and Wildlife recently started a 10-year study to determine how the state's lynx populations are faring. The predators were classified as threatened under the Endangered Species Act in 2000.
Courtesy Colorado Parks and Wildlife |

1. Learn about Colorado’s lynx population.

According to writer Alli Langley, Colorado “Parks and Wildlife announced recently that it started a 10-year monitoring project that will determine population trends using remote cameras, field observations and sample collections.”

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2. Learn how to support Mesa County cancer patients.

“Pink Vail is the world’s biggest ski day to conquer cancer. All ages and abilities are welcome, and you don’t have to ski to participate.”

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3. Learn how to indulge in healthy ways with tasty food choices.

According to The Kitchen Diva: “As confusing and abundant as the information is that says this or that is good for us, it all boils down to a few simple qualities that make a good match for heart health.”

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4. Learn about a new app that tracks illness through social media.

“Sickweather launched in November 2011. In 2012, they were recognized among ‘100 Brilliant Companies’ by Entrepreneur Magazine,” author Randy Wyrick wrote.

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5. Learn about SnowSports Industries America (SIA), and its recent gear show in Denver.

According to author Scott Condon: “Backcountry was on the front of the minds of many ski and boot manufacturers at SnowSports Industries America’s (SIA) major product show of the winter in Denver from Jan. 29 through Feb. 1.”

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