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Zornio: Mine operators offer no proof in lawsuit threat against Nederland officials, but plenty of intimidation
Some residents are reluctant to speak out amid conflict with owners of the Cross and Caribou mines over heavy metal water pollution
Opinion: Loosen travel restrictions to Cuba to encourage reform from within
Even landlocked Coloradans have an interest in expanding contact with the island nation
Littwin: My 6-year-old grandson has COVID. He seems to be doing all right. But I’m far from OK.
Everyone wants COVID to be over. But the truth is, as we continue to engage in the COVID wars, we don’t seem to want it enough.
Opinion: On the edge of the Marshall inferno, drivers worked in concert to avert trouble
On busy U.S. 36, choking smoke and approaching flames triggered a retreat of vehicles in an amazing display of unspoken cooperation
Opinion: Drug makers charge hospitals less for some medicines. Consumers aren’t getting the savings
Colorado’s congressional delegation needs to investigate why lower prices aren’t being passed on to patients
Zornio: Climate change is not enough of a focus in Colorado’s 2022 legislative start
Two weeks after the most destructive wildfire in Colorado’s history, lawmakers appear ready to downplay the climate crisis
Silverman: Normal rules of self-defense don’t apply when your house is invaded
The legal battle over the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol — the people's house — has begun. America needs justice.
Pritchett: Hanging with birders sharpens the senses — no matter where you look
A trip to Mexico with avian researchers may have tested my attention span, but ultimately it made me a much better explorer
Littwin: Jared Polis just showed how to make an election-year State of the State speech
Polis wants to save Coloradans money, which may not be the most controversial public-policy pitch ever made. More controversial was Polis’ decision to sing about it.
Nicolais: The death of the voting rights bill could doom democracy
Limiting access to the ballot threatens each of us, even in states like Colorado where our election officials have created safe, accessible processes
Carman: Rebuilding from the Marshall fire should be a model of climate adaptation
By not planning for climate change, not working to mitigate risk and failing to build sustainable systems, we set ourselves up for more multibillion-dollar disaster response efforts
Opinion: Some doctors might not consider marijuana to be medicine, but Coloradans do
That includes the governor
What’d I Miss?: Struggling to answer a simple question — What’s wrong?
Opinion: The Marshall fire showed climate change has come to our backyard
It is infinitely better to prevent a fire than it is to help the victims deal with their loss
Littwin: With Ed Perlmutter retiring, 2022 has officially arrived. The Colorado GOP is hoping it’s a better year.
Colorado’s Republican Party, still strongly tied to Trump, is at its lowest point in memory. If the GOP can’t take advantage in 2022, it’s hard to see a time when they might.
Weiser: To improve policing and retain officers, Colorado must invest in better training
We must better support our police and sheriffs, starting at the academy and extending to mental health and retention