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Colorado COVID surge prompts state to enact crisis standards of care for staffing

Colorado COVID surge prompts state to enact crisis standards of care for staffing

Colorado reactivated crisis standards of care for staffing throughout the state on Tuesday afternoon in response to rising COVID-19 hospitalizations and shrinking hospital capacity. Those standards of care mean that…

Opening week at Vail just as mid-week snowstorm takes aim at Colorado

Opening week at Vail just as mid-week snowstorm takes aim at Colorado

Sunday I got out for Day 1 on alpine skis so far this ski season (Day 1 Nordic was a premature outing Oct. 27 in EagleVail), and it felt a little…

Neguse, Bennet laud passage of bipartisan infrastructure bill as Boebert slams 13 ‘RINOs’ who OK’d it

Neguse, Bennet laud passage of bipartisan infrastructure bill as Boebert slams 13 ‘RINOs’ who OK’d it

A transformative $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill passed in the U.S. House on Friday by a bipartisan vote of 228 to 206, delivering money to fix and improve crumbling roads, water…

Donovan officially suspends campaign for Boebert’s 3rd Congressional District

Donovan officially suspends campaign for Boebert’s 3rd Congressional District

State Sen. Kerry Donovan, a Vail Democrat, sent out the following email blast to constituents on Friday, officially suspending her campaign to unseat controversial Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert in…

No mask orders, but Gov. Polis says unvaccinated with death wish ‘are clogging our hospitals’

No mask orders, but Gov. Polis says unvaccinated with death wish ‘are clogging our hospitals’

The COVID-19 situation in Colorado continues to worsen, as the state now ranks fifth in the nation for new infection rates and hospitalizations reach new peaks this year. It has…

Seibert Jr., Coggin, Davis, Staufer land Vail council seats; Avon recall fails

Seibert Jr., Coggin, Davis, Staufer land Vail council seats; Avon recall fails

Two sons of Vail pioneers will be serving on the Vail Town Council following Tuesday’s election, with Peter Seibert, Jr. the top choice at 827 votes, according to preliminary unofficial…

Vail’s Donovan slams new congressional map as ‘disservice to Coloradans’

Vail’s Donovan slams new congressional map as ‘disservice to Coloradans’

Colorado has new districts for members of Congress. The once-a-decade process for redrawing congressional districts based on new census numbers concluded with a ruling by the state’s Supreme Court on…

Individual market health insurance rates stay stable as Eagle County adds plans

Individual market health insurance rates stay stable as Eagle County adds plans

Last week, Colorado’s Division of Insurance released finalized health insurance rates for 2022. Individual market premiums will increase 1.1% while small group (businesses with 2-100 employees) market premiums will increase 4.4%. In…

Sweetwater Lake poised to become 43rd Colorado state park in unique partnership with feds

Sweetwater Lake poised to become 43rd Colorado state park in unique partnership with feds

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced Wednesday that the land surrounding Sweetwater Lake will become the newest state park through a partnership between Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the U.S. Forest…

Sandoval rising as Democratic challenger to Boebert as Donovan steps back

Sandoval rising as Democratic challenger to Boebert as Donovan steps back

The race for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District is shaping up to be the most contentious and expensive in the state next year, with a crowded field of Democratic candidates poised…