Summit Daily’s top stories of the day |

Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

Summit Daily staff
A female Mexican gray wolf looks to avoid being captured for its annual vaccinations and medical checkup at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge in central N.M. Suspicion over federal plans to restore Mexican gray wolves has spread to Colorado and Utah, where ranchers and elected officials are fiercely resisting any attempt to import the predators.

The top stories of the day from the Jan. 18, 2016 edition of the Summit Daily News:

County care clinic carries on amid evolving health-care backdrop

On menu at Boulder’s Naropa: food service by ex-homeless

Suspicion over federal wolf plan spreads to Colorado, Utah

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