COVID exodus fills vacation towns, including Colorado’s high-country destinations, with new medical pressures
From the shores of Long Island to the resorts of the Rocky Mountains, traditional vacation destinations have seen a major influx of affluent people relocating to wait out the pandemic
A Colorado dashboard seeks to put a price on future wildfires, other natural disasters amid a warming climateBy Lucy Haggard Growth Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado, five other states promise lawsuits if feds fast-track approval of Utah’s Lake Powell Pipeline projectBy Jason Blevins Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
“COVID is still affecting everything”: Fears still mounting over a forthcoming Colorado eviction surgeBy Michael Booth Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is expected to release projections Friday that suggest Lake Powell and Lake Mead will dip slightly in 2021
Denver, facing unprecedented homelessness, moves ahead on family-size affordable housing with 3 new projects
The city now has 13 affordable housing projects in the pipeline as a recession begins and unemployment skyrockets
Two southwest Colorado ski area operators are interested in working with the Town of Silverton to grow the remote community’s Kendall Mountain ski area into a year-round amenity
Both Cory Gardner and John Hickenlooper claim credit for Colorado’s economy. But how much do they deserve?
The state’s economy has boomed over the past decade. The reasons behind that growth are complicated.
Conservationists cap 30-year preservation effort with protection of Banded Peak Ranch in southern Colorado
Landscape-scale conservation of entire drainages in Colorado -- like the 10 ranches along southern Colorado’s Navajo River -- could become more common with fully funded Land and Water Conservation Fund.
“The great urban exodus:” Colorado resort towns see flood of second-home buyers, burst in school enrollment
Schools in Aspen, Vail and Crested Butte are reporting record interest and enrollment as part-time residents relocate to their vacation homes and urban buyers flock to mountain retreats.
The zip code that produced the most greenhouse gas per person was in the mountains of western Boulder County, where the 23,811 pounds per person is 18 times higher than in the San Francisco zip code
While the extended order doesn't outlaw evictions, it's aimed at giving tenants more time to secure enough money to prevent being removed from their homes.
Environmentalists are lining up against the plan to benefit Aurora, Colorado Springs and some Western Slope interests. The fight, they say, “will be as big as the Two Forks fight was.”