Craig Station, the Tri-State Generation-run coal-fired electric plant southwest of Craig, with the Trapper coal mine in the background. PacifiCorp, which owns Craig Station with Tri-State, the Salt River Project, the Platte River Power Authority and Xcel Energy, wants to shut down the plant to save money and speed its transition to renewable energy sources. (Ed Kosmicki, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Two more electric co-ops are trying to leave Tri-State Generation. They’ve asked the Colorado PUC for help

United Power and La Plata Electric say they’re being held hostage and need regulators to help negotiate breakup fees

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Worker at Colorado emergency operations center, where governor briefs media, tests positive for coronavirus

The Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management said the worker tested positive on Saturday

Nicolais: As Holy Week begins, we are not lost or alone in the wilderness

After initial fear that I’d lose an annual spiritual touchstone because of the coronavirus, I learned we all share the space between us

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