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Trump orders Antiquities Act review that could endanger Colorado public lands

Trump orders Antiquities Act review that could endanger Colorado public lands

President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order that requires a review of national parks and monuments that have been protected by presidents using executive action under the Antiquities…

Grand bargain on transportation funding crashes and burns in GOP Senate

Grand bargain on transportation funding crashes and burns in GOP Senate

A grand legislative bargain to ask voters for a sales tax increase to pay for Colorado’s badly crumbling roads and bridges was sent headlong into the ditch on Tuesday by…

Spicer denies Hitler used chemical weapons, drawing ire of Polis

Spicer denies Hitler used chemical weapons, drawing ire of Polis

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, a Boulder Democrat who represents the Vail Valley in Congress, sharply criticized White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s denial that Adolf Hitler used chemical weapons during…

Shanahan should have consulted his dad on riding running game to SB glory

Shanahan should have consulted his dad on riding running game to SB glory

In the wake of the New England Patriots winning (or, more to the point, the Atlanta Falcons losing) Super Bowl LI on Sunday, Denver Broncos Executive Vice President and GM…

Powder days back in the forecast for Vail, Beaver Creek this week

Powder days back in the forecast for Vail, Beaver Creek this week

Editor’s update: It’s snowing hard in Eagle-Vail as of 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7. After heaping helpings of fresh, if somewhat water-dense, snow in December and January, the first week…

Stowe rumors should stoke ski train expansion in Vail

Stowe rumors should stoke ski train expansion in Vail

For years, I’ve wondered, as Vail Resorts snapped up small ski areas near major metro areas like Chicago, Detroit and Minneapolis to bolster its Epic Pass season ski pass, why…

Reflecting on leadership qualities in football, ski racing, life

Reflecting on leadership qualities in football, ski racing, life

Vail will be mostly dry and sunny this week – a good opportunity to stop skiing (don’t worry, the powder will be back this weekend and next week) and clean…

Shiffrin takes another slalom win, builds overall lead to more than 300 points

Shiffrin takes another slalom win, builds overall lead to more than 300 points

Eagle-Vail’s Mikaela Shiffrin claimed her personal record seventh victory of the season on Sunday, powering her way to a World Cup slalom win in Maribor, Slovenia one day after finishing…

Vail, Park City officials look to ease citizen concerns in wake of Trump election

Vail, Park City officials look to ease citizen concerns in wake of Trump election

Officials in cities and ski towns across Colorado and Utah are reacting to last week’s stunning election of Republican Donald Trump, assuring residents they will be protected from violence and…

Loveland opens, joining A-Basin in kicking off slow-starting 2016-17 ski season

Loveland opens, joining A-Basin in kicking off slow-starting 2016-17 ski season

A second Colorado ski area opens today as Loveland finally joins Arapahoe Basin despite the ongoing dry, warm weather and lack of natural snow in Colorado’s high country. Loveland Ski…

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