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Eagle County commissioners to weigh retail pot regs at Oct. 29 hearing

Eagle County commissioners to weigh retail pot regs at Oct. 29 hearing

The Eagle County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday will consider a draft amendment to the county’s land use regulations that would allow retail marijuana businesses to operate in certain zone…

Governor names replacement for retiring 5th Judicial District Judge Moorhead

Governor names replacement for retiring 5th Judicial District Judge Moorhead

Gov. John Hickenlooper Wednesday appointed Paul Dunkelman to serve as the district court judge in the 5th Judicial District, which includes Eagle, Lake and Summit and Clear Creek counties. Dunkleman…

Local legislator vows ‘harder questions’ about oil drilling in wake of flooding spills

Local legislator vows ‘harder questions’ about oil drilling in wake of flooding spills

A little more than one month after torrential rains and flood-swollen rivers ripped through the heart of Colorado’s drilling infrastructure along the state’s northern Front Range, it’s clear there will…

Signs of improvement in local housing market, but boom days still a distant memory

Signs of improvement in local housing market, but boom days still a distant memory

The number of real estate transactions in Eagle County is creeping back toward 2008 levels, and the number of foreclosure filings has slowed significantly, but local experts say the market…

Vail Valley lawmaker eyes greater water setbacks for oil and gas drilling in wake of floods

Vail Valley lawmaker eyes greater water setbacks for oil and gas drilling in wake of floods

A Colorado lawmaker responsible for one of the few successful pieces of oil-and-gas regulatory legislation last session says next year she’ll take up the issue of water contamination and greater…

Loveland, A-Basin making snow, gearing up for opening day

Loveland, A-Basin making snow, gearing up for opening day

Both Loveland and Arapahoe Basin ski areas turned on their snow guns last weekend as a cold front passed through the state and lowered overnight temperatures. The manmade snow supplements…