Briefly: After rafter dies in Glenwood Canyon, officials urge public to use caution on state’s rivers

The Glenwood Springs Post Independent reports that Colorado’s rivers, swollen by heavy spring snowmelt, have already claimed the life of one rafter, prompting national forest and recreation officials to issue warnings about the dangers on the state’s iconic waterways this spring.

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