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Yes, there is a Santa Claus. And no, COVID-19 won’t stop him

The Colorado-based North American Aerospace Defense Command provides real-time updates on Santa’s progress on Christmas Eve, from 4 a.m. to midnight MST


Is there a Santa shortage or a holiday party boom? In Colorado, there appears to be both.

One rookie Santa seized the opportunity to translate his entertainer’s instincts to a new seasonal vocation for restoring wonder to a jaded world


Drew Litton: Santa Claus can’t opt out of the Denver area’s new mask order


Drew Litton: Even Santa needs COVID relief


Jim Morrissey: Hey, Santa. No mask, no cookies!


U.S. military confirms: Coronavirus won’t sideline Santa Claus

The North American Aerospace Defense Command, a joint U.S.-Canadian operation that protects the skies over both countries, has tracked the fabled jolly old man since a child mistakenly called the base in 1955, asking to speak to Santa


Santa Claus is also working from a ho-ho-home office during coronavirus, thanks to a Colorado entrepreneur

Susen Mesco has spent 38 years booking Santas and teaching them the trade. The pandemic pushed that to a whole new level.


Polar Express rings in the holiday season, but wide-ranging themes power Colorado tourist trains year round

From weddings to murder mysteries, day trips to overnight excursions, rail with a special touch helps rev rural Colorado’s engine


Drew Litton: The other “Toy Story”