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Local lawmakers celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day

Local lawmakers celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day

Saturday, May 19, is Colorado Public Lands Day — an annual celebration made possible by Vail state Sen. Kerry Donovan — and a sentiment deemed all the more important by…

State Senate kills red-flag bill supported by local police

State Senate kills red-flag bill supported by local police

A state Senate committee late Monday killed a so-called “red flag” bill that had the support of local law enforcement and would have allowed police and family members to petition…

CD3 poll finds Tipton vulnerable on health care

CD3 poll finds Tipton vulnerable on health care

The national Health Care Voter organization on Friday released a poll showing a statistical dead heat between the Democrat who lands Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District nomination and incumbent Republican Scott…

Colorado corn growers pumped Trump may boost ethanol sales

Colorado corn growers pumped Trump may boost ethanol sales

Colorado corn growers were all ears recently when President Donald Trump said his administration will likely allow for the year-round sale of gasoline containing 15 percent corn ethanol (E15) at…

EagleVail’s Shiffrin celebrates overall win with slalom victory in Germany

EagleVail’s Shiffrin celebrates overall win with slalom victory in Germany

EagleVail’s Mikaela Shiffrin on Saturday celebrated her second-straight overall World Cup title by winning a slalom at Ofterschwang, Germany to also clinch the season slalom title. Saturday’s slalom marked the…

Why spend $2 billion on Olympics when Colorado roads, schools are crumbling?

Why spend $2 billion on Olympics when Colorado roads, schools are crumbling?

Even though I’ve worked as a journalist three times at the Winter Olympics – twice for the actual organizing committee’s internal news service in Vancouver and Torino — I tend…

Olympic slalom postponed but snowboarding halfpipe goes off in spectacular fashion

Olympic slalom postponed but snowboarding halfpipe goes off in spectacular fashion

EagleVail’s Mikaela Shiffrin will have to wait yet another day to get her 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics underway as the women’s slalom was postponed to Friday (Thursday night in in…

One year into Trump presidency, government shuts down over fate of Dreamers

One year into Trump presidency, government shuts down over fate of Dreamers

To commemorate his first full year in the White House, his critics say President Donald Trump orchestrated a federal government shutdown. Trump, of course, blamed the Democrats, who don’t control…

U.S. Olympic Committee leaning more toward 2030 Winter Games bid

U.S. Olympic Committee leaning more toward 2030 Winter Games bid

Increasingly, it’s looking like the United State will go nearly three decades — and possibly even longer — between Winter Olympic Games hosted on American snow. In a conference call…

Shiffrin crushes Killington course, claims first World Cup win this season

Shiffrin crushes Killington course, claims first World Cup win this season

Eagle-Vail’s Mikaela Shiffrin dominated in the flat light and snow of Killington, Vermont, on Sunday, claiming her first World Cup win of the season and moving all alone into 9th…

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