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Donovan declares victory; Suppes concedes in Senate District 5

Donovan declares victory; Suppes concedes in Senate District 5

Democrat Kerry Donovan officially won the Senate District 5 seat formerly held by Democrat Gail Schwartz of Snowmass Village Wednesday, completing a remarkable turnaround that at one point Tuesday night…

Pitkin County Dems help deliver victory in SD5, governor’s race

Pitkin County Dems help deliver victory in SD5, governor’s race

Pitkin County voters, not surprisingly, overwhelmingly went with Democratic candidates Tuesday in the midterm general election, bucking a statewide trend that saw significant Republican victories. In fact, Pitkin likely provided…

Aspen cranks up its snow guns after a half a foot of fresh

Aspen cranks up its snow guns after a half a foot of fresh

Finally a dose of winter weather rolled through Colorado Sunday and Monday, allowing Aspen Skiing Company to crank up its snow guns for the first time this season. There’s a…

Ski season slowly coming online as Loveland announces opening day

Ski season slowly coming online as Loveland announces opening day

Despite a slow start due to warm fall weather, the 2014-15 ski season got a boost on Wednesday with the news that Loveland Ski Area high atop the Continental Divide…

Colorado ski areas postpone opening dates as warm, dry weather persists

Colorado ski areas postpone opening dates as warm, dry weather persists

More winter-like weather helped Colorado ski resorts get back on track with snowmaking efforts Sunday through Tuesday, but the brief blast of rain, snow and cold wasn’t enough to keep…

Shiffrin ties for win in World Cup GS opener in Soelden

Shiffrin ties for win in World Cup GS opener in Soelden

Eagle-Vail’s Mikaela Shiffrin came from behind to tie Austria’s Anna Fenninger for the American’s first-ever victory in a World Cup giant slalom Saturday in Soelden, Austria. Shiffrin held a narrow…

Colorado ski season starting slowly but World Cup action on tap

Colorado ski season starting slowly but World Cup action on tap

On Friday, Arapahoe Basin became the first ski area in North American to open, and World Cup ski racing action kicks off this weekend in Soelden, Austria, but for the…

A-Basin kicking off Colorado’s 2014-15 ski season

A-Basin kicking off Colorado’s 2014-15 ski season

Arapahoe Basin ski area in Summit County looks like it will once again win the race to open first in Colorado, announcing on Wednesday it will kick off Colorado’s 2014-15…

Humane Society ups ante for reward in bear, elk poaching cases

Humane Society ups ante for reward in bear, elk poaching cases

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is announcing that the Humane Society of the United States and The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust are offering $5,000 per case for information leading to…

One Vail climber dead, second injured on North Maroon Peak

One Vail climber dead, second injured on North Maroon Peak

Search and rescue crews found one Vail climber dead and another injured but still alive near Aspen’s iconic Maroon Bells on Friday. The Pitkin County Coroner’s Office identified the dead…