The politically connected owner of a Glenwood Springs quarry wants a massive expansion. Residents are preparing for a fight.
Rocky Mountain Resources' connection to the powerful Denver-based Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck lobbying firm — and Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, a former Brownstein lobbyist — have residents worried about a fair outcome with the Mid-Continent Quarry
A Nazi flag led this Western Mayberry to confront hate once again. Now Fruita aims to send a different message.By Nancy Lofholm Coloradans Primary category in which blog post is published
Meet the city-guy-turned-cattle-rancher driving the $1 billion effort to preserve the National Western Center’s rootsBy Tamara Chuang Culture Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado Springs has big plans for its downtown. But first the city must deal with the Martin Drake Power Plant.By Jesse Paul Growth Primary category in which blog post is published
Any additional revenue would go toward K-12 schools, transportation and higher education in Colorado
“We all recognize we’re looking at a drier future”: Official declares Colorado River drought plan complete
Under the drought plan, states voluntarily would give up water to keep Lake Mead on the Arizona-Nevada border and Lake Powell upstream on the Arizona-Utah border from crashing. Mexico also has agreed to cuts.
Telluride isn’t immune to Colorado’s high country housing problem. But it’s finding a solution in diversification
In Telluride, a constricted canyon of about 2,600 residents, housing programs have focused on options, meaning everything from dorm-style rentals and tiny homes to stand-alone single-family homes and four-bedroom apartments
Colorado law says electric scooters are toys, but that’s likely to change
Locals lament crowds of Ikon Pass skiers at some resorts, but Telluride bosses say it's the locals -- not Epic Pass customers -- who are skiing more days than ever
Efforts by insurers, construction companies and government to offer safety training also has financial benefit
Immigrants here illegally were waiting until near death to get dialysis. A new Colorado policy changes that.
Patients now can get regular care at dialysis clinics through Medicaid, saving millions in hospital costs
Trouble in Dinosaur: Cop fired, town hall searched as border town reckons with new pot money, old problems
Dinosaur used to limp along on $2,700 a month in sales tax revenues. Cannabis has changed that, for better or worse.
Arizona will miss deadline for Colorado River drought plan that impacts water for millions, officials say
Missing the March 4 deadline could allow the federal government to step in and decide the rules