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Shiffrin makes history with most wins ever in a single discipline as she tops Vlhova

Shiffrin makes history with most wins ever in a single discipline as she tops Vlhova

Mikaela Shiffrin of Edwards on Tuesday set the career World Cup record for victories in a single discipline, with her 47th win in a night slalom in Schladming, Austria, narrowly…

Vail opens Blue Sky Basin with more storms in forecast

Vail opens Blue Sky Basin with more storms in forecast

Vail opened Blue Sky Basin on Sunday, and now is offering more than 4,000 acres of skiable terrain and 23 of 33 lifts as a warmer, drier week is in…

Feds OK Utah oil train project, eliciting ‘deep concern’ from Colorado Sen. Bennet

Feds OK Utah oil train project, eliciting ‘deep concern’ from Colorado Sen. Bennet

The prospect of up to 350,000 barrels of oil a day rolling through Colorado on trains has caught the attention of Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet following the Dec. 15 U.S.…

‘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…

Former Boebert campaign manager Bishop urges voters to ‘not give one more $$ to the GOP’

Former Boebert campaign manager Bishop urges voters to ‘not give one more $$ to the GOP’

Earlier this month, Sherronna Bishop, an election fraud conspiracist as well as a former campaign manager for U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), created a Facebook post urging people not to donate to…

Hickenlooper, Bennet support changing filibuster to pass voting rights legislation

Hickenlooper, Bennet support changing filibuster to pass voting rights legislation

Sen. John Hickenlooper of Colorado on Wednesday announced his support for “changes” to the filibuster, as Senate Democrats move to take up voting rights legislation in the final weeks of…

Dec. 15 last day to sign up for individual market health insurance coverage starting Jan. 1

Dec. 15 last day to sign up for individual market health insurance coverage starting Jan. 1

Today (Wednesday, Dec. 15) is the deadline for people to buy 2022 health insurance coverage on the individual market if they need that coverage to kick in Jan. 1. The…

Montrose moderate Republican Coram eyes primary run against extremist U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert

Montrose moderate Republican Coram eyes primary run against extremist U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert

State Sen. Don Coram said he is doing his “due diligence” in deciding whether to run for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District seat next year.  The Montrose Republican could mount a…

Vote looms on new pro-climate CDOT planning rule

Vote looms on new pro-climate CDOT planning rule

Environmental advocates are feeling hopeful as Colorado’s 11-member Transportation Commission nears a vote this week on a proposal to make state transportation planning processes more climate-friendly — but the rule’s…

Winter finally arrives in Vail, Beaver Creek

Winter finally arrives in Vail, Beaver Creek

A winter storm dropped a foot of fresh snow on Vail Mountain and 10 inches at Beaver Creek Thursday night, allowing the resorts to open significantly more ski terrain after…