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Guest Post: Prairie dogs are not pests

They’re easy to miss when you’re driving by. Tiny, sandy bodies blend in perfectly with the light dirt in which they make their homes....

In Denver mayoral runoff, new Giellis backers proceed with caution Ousting...

Last Wednesday, the day after Denver’s municipal election, a few dozen members of the progressive Colorado Working Families Party gathered to debrief and to...

Statehouse water wars pit ag against former Gov. Bill Owens

  Eastern Plains farmers, ranchers and homeowners will go to the mat to protect their water rights. Last week at the state Capitol, some of...

Fire burns Catholic Workers out of Five Points. Development booms

DENVER -- The fire that coursed up the stairs of the Catholic Worker House last week, pushing 12 people into the streets, did far...

Residents fight developer building in historic Littleton

It didn’t surprise Leah Burkett to learn that the old Sheriff’s Department building across from her house was up for redevelopment. Perched on a...

The unusual candidacy of Kayvan Khalatbari

It’s a typical setup for a city council forum – the plastic card tables, stackable chairs, lukewarm coffee and trays of supermarket cookies and...

American Rivers ranks Green, Crystal among nation’s most endangered waterways

Water withdrawals are threatening the Green River as potential dams and diversions are putting fish, wildlife and recreation at risk on the Crystal River, according to a new report.

Report: ski areas becoming greener as flow of green decreases

Colorado ski resorts seem to be getting much better environmental marks these days from a grassroots activist group that ranks them based on recycling...

Sentinel series dubs Energy Alley along I-70 western Colorado’s ‘Road to...

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel on Sunday did a good job of painting the big picture in terms of the massive scale of energy...

Vail-area developer, GOP backer sued for tax delinquency

One of the least-known but biggest private landowners in the state, Swedish shipping magnate Magnus Lindholm, is embroiled in a lawsuit filed by the mountain town of Avon for non-payment of taxes and fees associated with his massive Village at Avon project at the base of Beaver Creek.