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Colorado congressional delegation deeply divided on Planned Parenthood attack

Colorado congressional delegation deeply divided on Planned Parenthood attack

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in The Colorado Statesman: U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn, a Colorado Springs Republican who has represented the city in the state’s Fifth…

Vail opening up Back Bowls on Thursday

Vail opening up Back Bowls on Thursday

It’s barely December and Vail is already opening its Back Bowls. The resort reported 6.5 feet of snow in November, allowing mountain operation crews to open parts of Sun Up…

Ghosts of Summitville hover over ‘Good Samaritan,’ re-mining solution to Gold King

Ghosts of Summitville hover over ‘Good Samaritan,’ re-mining solution to Gold King

Editor’s note: A version of this story first ran in The Colorado Statesman: Mention the practice of re-mining to anyone familiar with Colorado mining history, and the specter of a…

Bennet disagrees with Obama on ‘over-hyped’ Keystone XL rejection

Bennet disagrees with Obama on ‘over-hyped’ Keystone XL rejection

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in The Colorado Statesman: Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat facing reelection next year, stood behind his vote earlier this year…

Colorado Republicans vote to reject highway funding bill

Colorado Republicans vote to reject highway funding bill

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in The Colorado Statesman: The senior Republican member of Colorado’s congressional delegation, Doug Lamborn, told The Colorado Statesman on Friday that…

Langmaid, Mason, Foley take top spots in Vail Town Council election

Kim Langmaid, Jen Mason and Kevin Foley all won four-year terms as the top three vote-getters in Tuesday’s Vail Town Council election, according to results released by the Vail Town…

Reaction mixed as governor seeks Supreme Court opinion on EPA lawsuit

Reaction mixed as governor seeks Supreme Court opinion on EPA lawsuit

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in The Colorado Statesman: Environmentalists and pro fossil-fuel groups predictably reacted with equal parts elation and disgust Monday after Gov. John…

Hickenlooper opposed to AG Coffman joining lawsuit to block EPA’s Clean Power Plan

Hickenlooper opposed to AG Coffman joining lawsuit to block EPA’s Clean Power Plan

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in The Colorado Statesman: Friday’s 24-state lawsuit seeking to block the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) underscored a rift between Colorado…

Legislative lethargy, fossil fuel front groups slowing solar surge in Colorado, report finds

Legislative lethargy, fossil fuel front groups slowing solar surge in Colorado, report finds

Editor’s note: A version of this story first ran in The Colorado Statesman: After years of rapid growth, Colorado’s once red-hot solar energy industry has faded recently, according to a…

CDOT releases fee structure for I-70 Mountain Express Lane

CDOT releases fee structure for I-70 Mountain Express Lane

The well-documented traffic problems on the Interstate 70 corridor between Denver and Colorado’s most popular ski resorts in Summit and Eagle counties will hopefully be addressed this coming ski season…