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Coram looks to paint himself as moderate, bipartisan antidote to political instigator Boebert in debate

Coram looks to paint himself as moderate, bipartisan antidote to political instigator Boebert in debate

State Sen. Don Coram tried to paint himself as a moderate, experienced alternative to incumbent U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert during the first debate between the candidates ahead of the Republican…

In wake of mass shootings, Boebert spars with AOC, blasts Beto for stealing her act, rejects gun laws

In wake of mass shootings, Boebert spars with AOC, blasts Beto for stealing her act, rejects gun laws

Colorado congresswoman Lauren Boebert on Wednesday tweeted lawmakers are powerless to stop mass shootings like Tuesday’s slaughter of 19 elementary school students in Uvalde, Texas, writing, “You cannot legislate away evil.”…

Three Dems cite embarrassment, survival, working across party lines as motivations for beating Boebert

Three Dems cite embarrassment, survival, working across party lines as motivations for beating Boebert

Unseating U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, a Republican from Silt who represents Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, is a strong motivator for three Democratic primary candidates who spoke at a candidate forum…

Eagle’s Solomon earns unanimous nod to take on Avon’s Roberts in state Senate District 8 race

Eagle’s Solomon earns unanimous nod to take on Avon’s Roberts in state Senate District 8 race

Matt Solomon of Eagle, by unanimous acclimation at the Republican state assembly in Colorado Springs over the weekend, landed the GOP nod to take on Democrat Dylan Roberts in the…

‘Most challenging holiday season’ at Vail nearly over as snow just keeps coming

‘Most challenging holiday season’ at Vail nearly over as snow just keeps coming

Vail Mountain Chief Operating Officer Beth Howard on Thursday posted an extraordinary letter on the Vail Mountain Facebook page addressing staffing and COVID-19 challenges plaguing the resort, many of which…

Tough choices loom for wildlife planners in process of restoring wolves to Colorado

Tough choices loom for wildlife planners in process of restoring wolves to Colorado

When Colorado voted in 2020 to reintroduce gray wolves to the Western Slope, the victory was by no means a landslide for wolf advocates. Just 50.9% of voters supported Proposition…

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…

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