Energy

Environment Primary category in which blog post is published

Appeals court stops coal company from building roads in roadless area near Paonia

The U.S. Court of Appeals sided with conservation groups that have battled for years to halt Mountain Coal’s expansion of the West Elk Mine into the Sunset Roadless Area

Energy Primary category in which blog post is published

Colorado regulators probe why the coal-fired Comanche 3 power plant has been out of service for months

Xcel Energy customers have been paying for the $1.3 billion plant since it opened in Pueblo 10 years ago and now are picking up the tab for costly repairs and electricity purchased to meet summer demand

Business Primary category in which blog post is published

Vancouver company digs deep on due diligence in effort to revive historic Ouray silver mine

Aurcana Silver Corp. prepared for the venture by studying a long list of failed North American mines before drilling down to resume production at a once-thriving site in the San Juans

Environment Primary category in which blog post is published

Wildfires make work to reduce Colorado’s greenhouse gas emissions even more crucial, Gov. Polis says

In an address to state air-quality regulators, Polis reaffirmed ambitious climate-related goals. But some say the roadmap to reach them lacks urgency.

Election 2020 Primary category in which blog post is published

Where Donald Trump and Joe Biden split on Colorado issues in presidential race

The presidential contest shows clear differences on major policies that will impact Colorado

Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published

A bold plan to protect 30% of Colorado lands and waters by 2030

Conservation groups hope to corral lawmakers, land managers, tribes and private landowners in a mission to add 14 million acres to Colorado’s trove of 6 million protected acres.

Election 2020 Primary category in which blog post is published

Gardner says Roe v. Wade is “settled law” in final U.S. Senate debate, as Hickenlooper talks court packing

The Republican incumbent declared Roe v. Wade “settled law” as his Democratic rival expressed concern about packing the Supreme Court

Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published

William Perry Pendley says he’s still on the job as acting director of Bureau of Land Management

Pendley said he firmly disagreed with a court’s decision that he should be removed from BLM and has continued to fulfill his duties as assigned

Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published

Seven big takeaways from Cory Gardner and John Hickenlooper’s third — and most fiery — debate

The two U.S. Senate candidates faced off hours after Colorado elections officials began mailing ballots to voters across the state