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Planning for drought has made Colorado whitewater rafting companies ready to weather coronavirus

Whitewater rafting is a staple of Colorado tourism and summertime activities. In 2019, the economic impact of rafting statewide rafting measured $188 million, the second highest in the industry’s history, Colorado River Outfitters Association reported.  But business relying on runoff can be a tricky game.  There is always the spectre of winter droughts hanging overhead, […]

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Where Hickenlooper and Romanoff split on major policies in Democratic U.S. Senate primary

The Democratic U.S. Senate primary is offering Colorado voters clear choices in terms of what policy direction they want to see in Washington. Former Gov. John Hickenlooper is taking a more centrist approach and calling for an evolution when it comes to health care and the environment, while former state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff wants […]