The flooding in Colorado remains the biggest story in the state -- or does it? To find out, we checked out current front pages of newspapers from around the state as collected by Newseum -- and as you can see in the gallery below, many broadsheets continue to cover the story in depth, while others, especially in outlying areas that weren't as directly impacted, have started to move on. See a dozen widely varied examples below. Continue to see more examples of how Colorado newspapers are covering flooding in the state. Continue to see more examples of how Colorado newspapers are covering flooding in the state. Continue to see more examples of how Colorado newspapers are covering flooding in the state.
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