The Glenwood Springs fifth grader -- the youngest of four and the son of a kayaking legend -- capped a summer of epic river trips with a world record by cleanly kayaking 280 miles of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.
Nestlé’s plan to pump 65 million gallons of Arkansas River water to Denver for bottling stirs contentious fightJason Blevins Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
U.S. Forest Service to temporarily close public lands in five Colorado counties because of fire conditionsJesse Paul Wildfire Primary category in which blog post is published
One of the stickier points in managing the spread of COVID-19 in Colorado’s resort towns involves what to do when a guest falls ill during their stay and can’t leave.
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.
The pending sale marks one of the largest deals in the history of Colorado’s outdoor industry as Boa Technology has evolved into a performance-fit brand used in nearly all outdoor sports
The drought is happening just a year after most of Colorado was declared drought-free.
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
The two U.S. Senate candidates faced off hours after Colorado elections officials began mailing ballots to voters across the state
Judge’s forceful rejection of Trump’s ban on visa workers may come too late for Colorado ski resorts
A district court ruling suspends a ban on J-1 and H-2B visa workers, opening doors for ski areas that rely on the seasonal immigrant workers. But resorts that typically have visa employees on deck by fall are seeing surging applications from locals.
Pike National Forest district is converting 340 dispersed campsites into reserved, fee sites in a pilot program that mirrors reservation systems installed at other popular locations on public lands.
A federal judge last month ousted Bureau of Land Management Deputy Director William Perry Pendley from his post as acting director