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Survey: High housing prices, cost of living top two concerns for most Coloradans

Survey: High housing prices, cost of living top two concerns for most Coloradans

When faced with a list of societal ills, ranging from COVID-19 to political divisions, Coloradans who responded to a recent survey ranked the cost of housing as the most worrying.…

Vail: Where veeps come to play while democracy crumbles

Vail: Where veeps come to play while democracy crumbles

Why is it that when Republican presidential administrations are in shambles, their vice presidents escape to Vail? Is it that crisp, clean mountain air that helps clear the senses and…

EPA removes Gilman portion of Eagle Mine Superfund site from National Priorities List

EPA removes Gilman portion of Eagle Mine Superfund site from National Priorities List

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday issued the below press release on the removal of part of the Eagle Mine Superfund site in Minturn from the National Priorities List…

GOP’s Ganahl, a Trump, Eastman supporter, files for governor ahead of announcement

GOP’s Ganahl, a Trump, Eastman supporter, files for governor ahead of announcement

On Friday, Sept. 10, after months of speculation, University of Colorado (CU) Regent Heidi Ganahl filed paperwork to run for Colorado governor in 2022. She was expected to formally announce her campaign this…

Boebert’s Republican challenger laments loss of honesty, integrity over last four years of Trump

Boebert’s Republican challenger laments loss of honesty, integrity over last four years of Trump

Rep. Lauren Boebert, the incumbent in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, is facing an unlikely opponent for the 2022 election: a fellow conservative Republican. Marina Zimmerman, of Arboles, is running in…

Opinion: Time for Coloradans to tear up turf as climate change dries up our rivers

Opinion: Time for Coloradans to tear up turf as climate change dries up our rivers

In 2002, a drought hit Colorado. Conditions were severe, and water managers in several Front Range cities imposed mandatory restrictions on outdoor water use. The restrictions worked. Denver Water, which…

Biden brokers bipartisan deal to boost record spending on infrastructure

Biden brokers bipartisan deal to boost record spending on infrastructure

WASHINGTON — The White House and a bipartisan group of U.S. senators said Thursday they’ve struck a deal on the outlines of a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package, marking a breakthrough…

Boebert’s mom says Trump met with, ‘bragged on’ her daughter in Jersey

Boebert’s mom says Trump met with, ‘bragged on’ her daughter in Jersey

Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and members of the Republican Study Committee (RSC) met with former President Trump Thursday at his country club in New Jersey. Boebert’s presence at Bedminster hasn’t…

Debate still rages over BLM relocation as GJ headquarters remains a ghost town

Debate still rages over BLM relocation as GJ headquarters remains a ghost town

On a recent blustery spring morning in Grand Junction, the parking lot outside the small office building at 760 Horizon Drive steadily filled up as the workday began. Employees filed…

Opinion: Boebert votes to strip away health care as constituents suffer

Opinion: Boebert votes to strip away health care as constituents suffer

As Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado tweeted on Wednesday, “Liz Cheney is the GOP of the past. We are not going back.” So let’s dig in a little more into…

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