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Sweetwater Lake poised to become 43rd Colorado state park in unique partnership with feds

Sweetwater Lake poised to become 43rd Colorado state park in unique partnership with feds

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced Wednesday that the land surrounding Sweetwater Lake will become the newest state park through a partnership between Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the U.S. Forest…

Sandoval rising as Democratic challenger to Boebert as Donovan steps back

Sandoval rising as Democratic challenger to Boebert as Donovan steps back

The race for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District is shaping up to be the most contentious and expensive in the state next year, with a crowded field of Democratic candidates poised…

Poll finds Latinos hit hardest by pandemic, especially on state’s Western Slope

Poll finds Latinos hit hardest by pandemic, especially on state’s Western Slope

Findings from a poll released today show that Colorado Latinos, who faced a myriad of challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, are looking to state and federal lawmakers to address issues…

Experts testify to Congress that climate change has altered Colorado River flow

Experts testify to Congress that climate change has altered Colorado River flow

States in the Colorado River Basin are adjusting to the reality that their rights outstrip the available water by nearly one-third, state and tribal leaders told a congressional panel Friday.…

Aspen Skiing’s Schendler calls for corporate ‘courage, big balls’ in combating climate change

Aspen Skiing’s Schendler calls for corporate ‘courage, big balls’ in combating climate change

Auden Schendler speaks well and writes well and has never been shy about expressing his opinions, at least as regards the imperative of responding to the threat of climate change.…

Former Colorado GOP frontrunner Brauchler calls Trump election attacks ‘dangerous for our democracy’

Former Colorado GOP frontrunner Brauchler calls Trump election attacks ‘dangerous for our democracy’

Appearing Sept. 25 on a Denver podcast, George Brauchler, who’s seen as a potential GOP candidate for statewide office in Colorado and who once said the U.S. is “in pretty…

Roberts calls proposed Senate District 8 ‘politically competitive seat’ he’ll likely run for in 2022

Roberts calls proposed Senate District 8 ‘politically competitive seat’ he’ll likely run for in 2022

State Rep. Dylan Roberts, an Avon Democrat who currently represents Eagle and Routt counties, said there’s still quite a bit of work to be done by the Colorado Independent Redistricting…

Colorado GOP chair advises candidates to acknowledge Biden as legitimate president

Colorado GOP chair advises candidates to acknowledge Biden as legitimate president

In a recent radio interview, Kristi Burton Brown, chair of the Colorado Republican Party, advised candidates to sidestep conspiracy narratives about the 2020 presidential election that are favored by many…

Boebert’s CD3 primary opponent buoyed by new map; Donovan not a fan

Boebert’s CD3 primary opponent buoyed by new map; Donovan not a fan

Marina Zimmerman, a member of the GOP running to unseat right-wing Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert in the June 28 Colorado primary, says there’s a “silent majority” in her party…

A reliable Republican vote on climate change in Colorado happens to be a skier

A reliable Republican vote on climate change in Colorado happens to be a skier

Editor’s note: A version of “How Kevin Priola became a reliable vote for climate legislation in Colorado” first appeared in Big Pivots, a newsletter produced by longtime Colorado journalist and…