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Two feet in the last week, and a whole bunch more snow headed Vail’s way

Two feet in the last week, and a whole bunch more snow headed Vail’s way

Mountain of the Holy Cross from Vail’s Back Bowls (Vail Resorts Facebook photo). Vail and Beaver Creek have been pounded with 2 feet of fresh snow in the last week,…

Former Trump cabinet secretary Bernhardt may be eyeing Boebert seat

Former Trump cabinet secretary Bernhardt may be eyeing Boebert seat

As soon as Lauren Boebert announced she was leaving her hometown congressional district in favor of redder pastures on the Eastern Plains, politicos began wondering whether the relatively unknown Jeff…

Rather than one big fix, state lawmakers focus on 3 housing bills as session starts

Rather than one big fix, state lawmakers focus on 3 housing bills as session starts

The Colorado Capitol in Denver (Quentin Young/Colorado Newsline photo). The Colorado Legislature begins its new 120-day lawmaking term on Wednesday. Democrats will remain the majority in both chambers, but since…

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Colorado case barring Trump from ballot for insurrection

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Colorado case barring Trump from ballot for insurrection

Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh (Getty Images). Editor’s note: Read more from the Colorado Times Recorder’s reporting on the Trump 14th Amendment case here. The U.S. Supreme Court…

Colorado lawmakers slam Postal Service for delivery issues in mountain towns

Colorado lawmakers slam Postal Service for delivery issues in mountain towns

Members of Colorado’s federal delegation again called on the U.S. Postal Service to improve poor mail service in Colorado mountain town communities. A December audit from the Postal Service’s Office…

With Boebert bailing on CD3, what’s next for immigration debate on Colorado’s Western Slope?

With Boebert bailing on CD3, what’s next for immigration debate on Colorado’s Western Slope?

National Park Service photo of New York’s Statue of Liberty. The race for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, which includes most of the state’s mountainous Western Slope, looks dramatically different with last…

First-ever Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley homes coming to the Town of Vail in 2025

First-ever Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley homes coming to the Town of Vail in 2025

The Town of Vail on Tuesday night issued the following press release on the first-ever Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley homes coming to the Town of Vail: One of America’s…

The great ski train debate: Will skiers, workers ever ride the rails in Colorado?

The great ski train debate: Will skiers, workers ever ride the rails in Colorado?

Passengers relax on Amtrak’s California Zephyr, which follows the Colorado River and passes through a remote corner of Eagle County (Chase Woodruff, Colorado Newsline photo). In the summer of 1960,…

Boebert to leave CD3, seek reelection in CD4 on Colorado’s Eastern Plains

Boebert to leave CD3, seek reelection in CD4 on Colorado’s Eastern Plains

Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, a controversial and divisive figure on Colorado’s Western Slope, announced on Wednesday she will be pulling out of the 3rd Congressional District to seek re-election…

Boebert still mum as Frisch calls Trump’s renewed threats to Obamacare ‘idiotic’

Boebert still mum as Frisch calls Trump’s renewed threats to Obamacare ‘idiotic’

Adam Frisch, left, and Lauren Boebert (courtesy of Colorado Newsline). Since bursting onto the political scene in the spring of 2020, Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert has been asked early…