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Campaign rejects conspiracy, but Boebert stirs new QAnon controversy with Hanks tweet

Campaign rejects conspiracy, but Boebert stirs new QAnon controversy with Hanks tweet

A spokeswoman for Republican congressional candidate Lauren Boebert on Tuesday tried to definitively stomp out the embers of the QAnon conspiracy fire that’s been singing the Rifle restauranteur’s campaign for…

Eagle County Clerk O’Brien says Postal Service assures her changes won’t impact election mail

Eagle County Clerk O’Brien says Postal Service assures her changes won’t impact election mail

Fears that Trump administration changes at the U.S. Postal Service will slow if not outright thwart the return of ballots by Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 3, prompted the U.S.…

Neguse leads charge against Big Tech as antitrust calls grow, but some businesses balk at regulation

Neguse leads charge against Big Tech as antitrust calls grow, but some businesses balk at regulation

U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, a Lafayette Democrat whose 2nd Congressional District includes Vail, earned national headlines late last month for his aggressive questioning of the nation’s top four tech titans…

Eagle County Schools to start with modified in-person instruction

Eagle County Schools to start with modified in-person instruction

The Eagle County School District issued a press release Monday that COVID-19 conditions have improved enough to start a modified in-person school year on Tuesday, Aug. 25. With local infection…

Eagle, Routt counties pinched by pandemic on health insurance

Eagle, Routt counties pinched by pandemic on health insurance

The good news for individual and small-group health insurance customers in 2021 is only 10 of Colorado’s 64 counties will have just one Affordable Care Act plan that legally can’t…

VVP’s Romer says failure by Congress to act on economy would be ‘terrifying’

VVP’s Romer says failure by Congress to act on economy would be ‘terrifying’

Editor’s note: This story has been updated with Saturday’s executive orders by President Donald Trump and comments from Senate candidate and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper. Chris Romer, president and…

Mitsch Bush blasts Boebert for ties to far-right militia, white supremacists

Mitsch Bush blasts Boebert for ties to far-right militia, white supremacists

Former Eagle and Routt County state Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush of Steamboat Springs, the Democratic candidate for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District seat in the Nov. 3 election, this week called…

Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz asks community to stay vigilant on COVID-19 pandemic

Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz asks community to stay vigilant on COVID-19 pandemic

With Eagle County COVID-19 cases on Tuesday surpassing 1,000 and the start of the local school year next month still up in the air, Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz on…

Eagle County among unlucky 10 Colorado counties with just one ACA insurance plan

Eagle County among unlucky 10 Colorado counties with just one ACA insurance plan

Kevin Patterson, CEO of the state’s Obamacare (ACA) health insurance market place, Connect for Health Colorado, met last week with members of Club 20 to inform them of increasing competition…

Boebert may have broken law by letting juvenile carry gun at Shooters Grill

Boebert may have broken law by letting juvenile carry gun at Shooters Grill

Editor’s note: This story first appeared in the Colorado Times Recorder. Lauren Boebert is the Republican candidate taking on Democrat Diane Mitsch Bush in the Nov. 3 election for the…