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Mountain Edition - September 18th, 2014

Good afternoon and welcome to Mountain Edition.

Ahead of the mid-term election in November, polls differ on who’s ahead in Colorado’s most contested races.

The Colorado Department of Transportation is asking local governments to help pay for Glenwood’s Grand Avenue bridge. Garfield County has agreed to contribute millions.

Colorado Mountain College administrators are turning their focus to what kids are learning before they walk in the door.

And, a new preschool program serving low-income kids is using lessons about the brain to encourage learning.

A new pastor in Aspen addresses extreme wealth in Aspen. He’s reaching out to this group.

Finally, a new district manager for the BLM discusses energy production and sage grouse conservation efforts.

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