That's what AP is reporting from Westminster, Colorado:
The state's second-largest utility is considering building a nuclear power plant in southeastern Colorado.Update
Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association has a site in Prowers County near Holly and water rights for a plant that could be either coal-fired or nuclear.
Recently Tri-State's board of directors voted to have its staff study nuclear as a possibility and to pursue potential partners to help pay for construction.
More info and comments at the DenverPost. Thanks to Atomic Rod for the pointer.