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Double gold medalist Ligety gives Utah edge over Denver in Olympic chase

Double gold medalist Ligety gives Utah edge over Denver in Olympic chase

BEAVER CREEK, Colo. — With Reno-Tahoe now out of the running, some of Utah’s most accomplished Olympic athletes feel very confident their state has a strong advantage in its competition…

Led by Patagonia, outdoor industry pushes back on Trump’s climate-change denial

Led by Patagonia, outdoor industry pushes back on Trump’s climate-change denial

Outdoor clothing and gear manufacture Patagonia on Wednesday announced it’s giving the company’s $10 million windfall from last year’s “irresponsible tax cuts” to groups “defending our air, water and land,”…

Dire climate report underscores lost policy opportunities under Obama, Pelosi

Dire climate report underscores lost policy opportunities under Obama, Pelosi

Thirteen Trump administration agencies on Friday issued a dire warning about the economic and environmental threat posed by man-made global climate change – directly contradicting the fossil-fuel-friendly policies of the…

Following LEV OK, Colorado to consider California’s zero emission vehicle (ZEV) standard by 2022

Following LEV OK, Colorado to consider California’s zero emission vehicle (ZEV) standard by 2022

As expected, Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission on Friday approved new low emission vehicle (LEV) standards for new light-duty and medium-duty motor vehicles sold in Colorado beginning in the 2022…

USOC officials meet with Denver Olympic group as Reno-Tahoe pulls out

USOC officials meet with Denver Olympic group as Reno-Tahoe pulls out

U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) officials were in Denver on Tuesday meeting with Denver Olympic exploratory committee members about the possibility of Colorado hosting the Winter Games in 2030 or beyond.…

Vail, Beaver Creek both opening early for 2018-19 ski season

Vail, Beaver Creek both opening early for 2018-19 ski season

Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek will open early for the 2018-19 ski season after yet another fall snowstorm rolled through the Vail Valley over the weekend. Both ski areas will…

More Colorado ski areas opening early after abundant November snow

More Colorado ski areas opening early after abundant November snow

With early-season snowpack verging on 180 of average for this time of year, Colorado ski areas continue to open early. Aspen Mountain is the latest to open a few days…

Local protest planned to oppose Trump interference in Russia probe

Local protest planned to oppose Trump interference in Russia probe

Wednesday’s firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions by President Donald Trump has sparked “Emergency National Protests” Thursday in 900 cities around the nation, including right here in Edwards at 5…

Governor-elect Polis turns Colorado from ‘Hate State’ to most inclusive in nation

Governor-elect Polis turns Colorado from ‘Hate State’ to most inclusive in nation

Colorado, dubbed “The Hate State” 26 years ago with the passage of the discriminatory, anti-gay-rights Amendment 2, on Tuesday night became the first state in the nation to elect an…

Vail, Beaver Creek in great early-season shape ahead of opening days

Vail, Beaver Creek in great early-season shape ahead of opening days

Editor’s update on Monday, Nov. 5: A-Basin received 10 inches overnight for a two-day total of 15 new, and Loveland saw a foot new overnight for a two-day total of…