Thor Tingey, left, and his mom, Sheri Tingey, at Alpacka Raft headquarters in Mancos. Alpacka's radical reconsideration of packable watercraft is changing the way people access some of the burliest waters in the country. (Jason Blevins, The Colorado Sun)

Changing the way people access the burliest waters in the country: Mancos’ Alpacka Raft crafts “a new way to see the world”

Today, the company’s more than two dozen employees design, cut, weld, glue, test and ship more than 2,600 Alpacka rafts across the world every year

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Without a single Republican in support, national popular vote effort moves to Colorado governor’s desk

Senate BIll 42 faced stiff opposition from the GOP as it made its way through the Colorado legislature in recent weeks, ending in hours of debate over Wednesday and Thursday

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A push to fix Colorado’s lowest-in-the-nation vaccine rates has an unexpected critic: Jared Polis

A state lawmaker wants to eliminate the personal-belief exemption for immunizations as threat of an outbreak looms.

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He fled China 30 years ago in search of the American dream. Now, he helps others build a better life in Greeley.

Yukwan Lee is living the American dream -- but in this case it’s the Chinese dream, too.