Hot and dry conditions have resulted in high fire danger across Colorado
Why planting tenacious tamarisk seemed like a good idea until it wasn’t, and other harrowing tales of Colorado’s invasive speciesBy Michael Booth Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Newly discovered “Witches’ Pantry” cave above Glenwood Springs could further complicate mine expansionBy Jason Blevins Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
County suspends new mining permit applications, blocking expansion of limestone mine near Glenwood Springs
The moratorium imposed in Garfield County means Rocky Mountain Resources Industrials cannot make changes to its special use permit for a limestone mine north of Glenwood
Glenwood Springs is spending $1.2M in tax money on a public affairs campaign to fight a mine above town
The city is assembling a war chest to ward off an "existential crisis" stemming from a politically connected company, Rocky Mountain Resources, that wants to expand a limestone mine just above Glenwood Springs' famous hot springs
The Makepeace family died when their Cirrus SR22 crashed in September 2017 near Glenwood Springs
Interior Secretary Bernhardt came home to Colorado — and the swamp monsters were waiting for him in Vail
Protest highlighted conflict over public lands policy as decision on where a new BLM agency HQ might land looms
From 3-foot-wide beasts to purse-sized nymphs, Darwin Raymond has seen and fixed every kind of typewriter -- including one shot dead by Hunter S. Thompson
ICEholes beware: Colorado is considering parking fines for blocking electric-vehicle charging stations
“I would never park my car at a gas station and walk away. That’s essentially what they’re doing,” said Margaret-Ann Leavitt, with National Car Charging in Denver.
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
Centennial just became Colorado’s largest city to launch an alternative broadband service. What about the other 100+ that voted to control their internet destiny?
As communities vote to opt out of the 2005 law preventing them from offering broadband, many are discovering that voting was the easy part