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Aspen Mountain’s Silver Queen Gondola set to reopen after mechanical shutdown

Aspen Mountain’s Silver Queen Gondola set to reopen after mechanical shutdown

Aspen Mountain’s Silver Queen Gondola will reopen Thursday morning after being shut down for mechanical reasons for the last three days of the busy holiday season, Aspen Skiing Company officials…

Legislative battle lines being drawn over oil and gas spills, fracking bans

Legislative battle lines being drawn over oil and gas spills, fracking bans

The ripple effects of September flooding that spilled nearly 50,000 gallons of oil in northeastern Colorado and fracking-ban votes in four Front Range cities will be felt next month in…

Eagle County works to capitalize on real estate’s walkability trend

Eagle County works to capitalize on real estate’s walkability trend

The trend toward walkable neighborhoods seems to be gaining strength, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors released October 31. Sixty percent of respondents to the…

More than half of Coloradans play ‘Russian roulette’ with the flu

More than half of Coloradans play ‘Russian roulette’ with the flu

Influenza killed five children in Colorado last year, and sent 1,530 others to the hospital. And, overall, fewer than 50 percent of the state’s residents were immunized. With a vast…

Colorado nonprofit ‘dark-money’ group blasted by federal, state officials in Montana

Colorado nonprofit ‘dark-money’ group blasted by federal, state officials in Montana

Debra Bonogofsky, a moderate Republican businesswoman from Billings, Mont., calls a pair of rulings this week against a Colorado nonprofit she says unfairly smeared her during a 2010 primary election…

Better oil drilling safeguards demanded one month after Colorado floods

Better oil drilling safeguards demanded one month after Colorado floods

A little over a month after torrential rains and flood-swollen rivers ripped through the heart of Colorado’s drilling infrastructure along the state’s northern Front Range, it’s clear there will be…

Post-flood debate brewing over oil and gas drilling near Colorado’s rivers, streams

Post-flood debate brewing over oil and gas drilling near Colorado’s rivers, streams

A Colorado lawmaker responsible for one of the few successful pieces of oil-and-gas regulatory legislation last session says next year she’ll take up the issue of water contamination and greater…

Loveland, Arapahoe Basin making snow, eyeing opening day

Loveland, Arapahoe Basin making snow, eyeing opening day

Both Loveland and Arapahoe Basin ski areas turned on their snow guns over the weekend as a cold front passed through the state and lowered overnight temperatures.The man-made snow supplements…

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