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Hateful, homophobic Polis bumper stickers deface Democratic yards signs in Eagle

Hateful, homophobic Polis bumper stickers deface Democratic yards signs in Eagle

As the world mourns Saturday’s deadly assault on a synagogue in Pittsburgh and the nation still grapples with a wave of politically targeted pipe bomb attacks, there was a reminder…

Congress allows Land and Water Conservation Fund to expire, drawing heat from Colorado

Congress allows Land and Water Conservation Fund to expire, drawing heat from Colorado

The Republican-controlled Congress on Sunday allowed the nearly 55-year-old Land and Water Conservation Fund that’s pumped more than $260 million into Colorado outdoor projects to expire despite bipartisan support for…

Tipton on taxes, national debt: Same subject, different administration

Tipton on taxes, national debt: Same subject, different administration

Jon Mulford admits he’s no longer a resident of Colorado sprawling 3rd Congressional District, having sold his property in the Roaring Fork River Valley and moved to Arizona. Still, he…

Bennet a no vote on Kavanaugh as AG candidates Brauchler, Weiser talk process

Bennet a no vote on Kavanaugh as AG candidates Brauchler, Weiser talk process

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat, announced on Tuesday that he will vote against the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. Here’s the letter he sent…

Colorado attorney general candidates weigh in on opioid lawsuit

Colorado attorney general candidates weigh in on opioid lawsuit

Democrat Phil Weiser has consistently said he’ll sue pharmaceutical companies responsible for Colorado’s opioid epidemic on day one if he’s elected attorney general on Nov. 6. Republican George Brauchler maintains…

Tipton camp calls Hickenlooper endorsement of Mitsch Bush ‘bizarre’

Tipton camp calls Hickenlooper endorsement of Mitsch Bush ‘bizarre’

Gov. John Hickenlooper this week endorsed the campaign of fellow Democrat Diane Mitsch Bush as the former state representative and Routt County commissioner tries to unseat four-term Republican U.S. Rep.…

Weiser worried Kavanaugh will skew SCOTUS, erode rule of law under attack by President Trump

Weiser worried Kavanaugh will skew SCOTUS, erode rule of law under attack by President Trump

Tuesday’s chaotic kickoff to Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s U.S. Supreme Court nomination hearing before the U.S. Senate underscores the nation’s bitter partisan divide and the critical importance of the issues the…

Local school officials back Amendment 73 to bolster sub-par education funding

Local school officials back Amendment 73 to bolster sub-par education funding

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in the Vail Daily on Aug. 29: New Eagle County Schools Superintendent Dr. Carlos Ramirez was shopping at Costco in Gypsum…

Xcel Energy’s Colorado Energy Plan OK’d by PUC as conservation groups celebrate

Xcel Energy’s Colorado Energy Plan OK’d by PUC as conservation groups celebrate

One of Colorado’s leading conservation groups lauded the approval Monday by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission of Xcel Energy’s ambitious Colorado Energy Plan, which will shut down two coal-fired power…

Denver’s Purina pet-food plant a model of sustainable manufacturing on I-70

Denver’s Purina pet-food plant a model of sustainable manufacturing on I-70

There’s a palpable sense of pride when talking to Nestlé Purina engineering manager Tom Rotunno about the north Denver factory where he’s worked for the past two decades – the iconic…