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Winter Olympics seen as opportunity to promote Colorado’s progressive public lands, energy policies

Winter Olympics seen as opportunity to promote Colorado’s progressive public lands, energy policies

North Korea and South Korea are holding talks about the North’s possible participation in next month’s Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and President Donald Trump — despite previous…

Vail, Beaver Creek enjoy first fresh snow of 2018

Vail, Beaver Creek enjoy first fresh snow of 2018

Fresh snow finally fell in the new year at Vail and Beaver Creek, which had both been relatively dry since a Christmas storm 12 days ago. Vail reported 9 inches…

‘Trump administration needs to back off’ on legal marijuana, U.S. Rep. Polis says

‘Trump administration needs to back off’ on legal marijuana, U.S. Rep. Polis says

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, the Boulder Democrat who represents the Vail Valley in Congress, was sharply critical of Thursday’s decision by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reverse the Cole…

Why the battle for Bears Ears matters in Colorado

Why the battle for Bears Ears matters in Colorado

When I was in college in Denver from the mid to late 1980s, a friend and I did a road trip to Natural Bridges in southeastern Utah — the state’s first national…

Christmas gift of fresh snow allows for more ski terrain to open at Vail, Beaver Creek

Christmas gift of fresh snow allows for more ski terrain to open at Vail, Beaver Creek

After nearly a foot of fresh snow late last week, another snowstorm delivered a Christmas gift of several more inches Sunday night into Monday morning, coating the Vail Valley and…

Bennet, Polis blast GOP for ‘skipping town’ without fixing DACA, CHIP

Bennet, Polis blast GOP for ‘skipping town’ without fixing DACA, CHIP

Jared Polis, the Boulder Democrat who represents the upper Vail Valley in Congress, scolded his colleagues for “skipping town” for the holiday break without dealing with two critical issues impacting…

Vail Valley to receive Christmas gift of snow, cold this week

Vail Valley to receive Christmas gift of snow, cold this week

Vail has been dreaming, hoping and praying for a much whiter Christmas ever since opening day last month, but so far the snow gods have not smiled on the central…

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…

Mitsch Bush, Hanlon weigh in as Kennedy drops out of CD3 primary race

Mitsch Bush, Hanlon weigh in as Kennedy drops out of CD3 primary race

And then there were two. Grand Junction City Councilor Chris Kennedy, a former U.S. Marine and telecom worker, dropped out of the Democratic primary race to take on incumbent Republican…

Polis votes to move forward with Trump impeachment

Polis votes to move forward with Trump impeachment

. Jared Polis, a Boulder Democrat who represents the upper Vail Valley in Congress, voted to start impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump on Wednesday, opposing a motion to table…