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Donating to nonprofit media outlets on #GivingNewsDay, not for-profit conservative newspaper companies

Donating to nonprofit media outlets on #GivingNewsDay, not for-profit conservative newspaper companies

On #GivingNewsDay, I donated to my three favorite Colorado nonprofit media sites working hard to cover environmental, health, political, immigration, race and inequality issues and provide that content free of…

Blowing it: A deep dive on snowmaking, cloud seeding during a climate crisis

Blowing it: A deep dive on snowmaking, cloud seeding during a climate crisis

Looking up at the grassy, brown lower slopes of Colorado ski resorts these days, streaked in places with patches of artificial snow, it’s natural to wonder, what’s the point? As the…

Boebert Republican opponent Zimmerman decries lawmaker’s ‘lies, deceit, hatefulness’

Boebert Republican opponent Zimmerman decries lawmaker’s ‘lies, deceit, hatefulness’

Lauren Boebert’s GOP primary challenger, Marina Zimmerman, said voters are “exhausted by [Boebert’s] lies, deceit and hatefulness” after a Thanksgiving week of slurs and scandal. Boebert last week suggested a…

Opening week at Vail just as mid-week snowstorm takes aim at Colorado

Opening week at Vail just as mid-week snowstorm takes aim at Colorado

Sunday I got out for Day 1 on alpine skis so far this ski season (Day 1 Nordic was a premature outing Oct. 27 in EagleVail), and it felt a little…

Still pending ahead of Glasgow, budget deal would be huge climate achievement

Still pending ahead of Glasgow, budget deal would be huge climate achievement

President Joe Biden will arrive at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, without new federal programs in hand to fight climate change, after Democrats in Congress failed…

Native Roots pushes for higher voter turnout with election offer of 1-cent joints

Native Roots pushes for higher voter turnout with election offer of 1-cent joints

Looking for a burning reason to vote this off-year election (other than the obvious incentive of keeping right-wing, anti-science, religious fundamentalists from taking over our public schools)? Well, put this in…

Magazine: Jan. 6 protest organizers say they met with Boebert before insurrection

Magazine: Jan. 6 protest organizers say they met with Boebert before insurrection

Organizers of the Jan. 6 protests that led to a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol were allegedly in communication with Rep. Lauren Boebert’s office in the lead-up to the…

Radamus turns in career-best sixth in Soelden GS as men’s World Cup kicks off

Radamus turns in career-best sixth in Soelden GS as men’s World Cup kicks off

River Radamus of Edwards scored his best career World Cup result Sunday as the men’s circuit kicked off on the Rettenbach Glacier in Soelden, Austria, powering his way to a…

Colorado redistricting commission picks map that keeps Eagle County divided

Colorado redistricting commission picks map that keeps Eagle County divided

The Colorado Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission by an 11-1 vote late Tuesday selected its third and now final plan for congressional redistricting to be submitted to the Colorado Supreme Court…

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…

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