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Neguse elected to fifth highest position in Democratic U.S. House leadership

Neguse elected to fifth highest position in Democratic U.S. House leadership

Members of the House Democratic Caucus this week elected Colorado’s U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse to serve as chair of the Democratic Policy and Communications Committee, the fifth highest elected role…

Billionaire eyeing Tennessee Pass Line acquires another railroad in Colorado

Billionaire eyeing Tennessee Pass Line acquires another railroad in Colorado

Stefan Soloviev, the billionaire New York developer and Colorado agricultural landowner who first revived interest in the dormant Tennessee Pass rail line through Eagle County in 2018, is on the…

Colorado lawmakers to delve into state’s red flag law in wake of Club Q mass shooting

Colorado lawmakers to delve into state’s red flag law in wake of Club Q mass shooting

Editor’s note: This story first appeared on Colorado Newsline. Eagle County Sheriff James van Beek voiced his opposition to Colorado’s red flag law on FOX News and Facebook after it…

DACA on long lame-duck list for Congress; Bennet pushes for fix

DACA on long lame-duck list for Congress; Bennet pushes for fix

Editor’s note: On Dec. 15, a deal to protect Dreamers reportedly stalled out again during the remaining days of the lame-duck session. With Congress back in session this week and…

Boebert, Frisch campaigns race to cure ballots ahead of looming deadline

Boebert, Frisch campaigns race to cure ballots ahead of looming deadline

Editor’s note: On Nov. 18, Adam Frisch conceded to Lauren Boebert. The extremely tight race between leader U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert and Adam Frisch became a contest of cured ballots…

Congress faces list of momentous decisions in looming lame-duck session

Congress faces list of momentous decisions in looming lame-duck session

WASHINGTON — Congress returns to Capitol Hill and a lengthy to-do list this week, following a six-week midterm elections break that saw Democrats outperform expectations and Republicans barely inch toward…

Dillon’s McCluskie named state House speaker in win for Western Slope

Dillon’s McCluskie named state House speaker in win for Western Slope

Colorado House Democrats chose Rep. Julie McCluskie of Dillon on Friday to serve as speaker of the chamber for the upcoming legislative session. “It is an enormous privilege to serve…

Veterans’ groups critical in calling out Boebert during first term, close campaign

Veterans’ groups critical in calling out Boebert during first term, close campaign

On this Veterans Day — with control of both the U.S. Senate and House (including Colorado’s 3rd District) still up for grabs — it’s important to look at the role…

As blue wave washes over Colorado, Dem tide keeps on rising in Eagle County

As blue wave washes over Colorado, Dem tide keeps on rising in Eagle County

As Republicans in Colorado raged against furries, abortion rights, climate change spending and democracy, Democrats crashed over them in a blue wave that saw double-digit wins in the governor’s race,…

Sordid Braden saga ‘Love and Death in Vail’ to feature on WHO THE (BLEEP) DID I MARRY?

Sordid Braden saga ‘Love and Death in Vail’ to feature on WHO THE (BLEEP) DID I MARRY?

The tragic tale of former Vail IT Director Ron Braden and his doomed marriage to Shawnie Mulligan will be featured Saturday on the seventh season of Investigation Discovery’s WHO THE…