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Guest Post: The oil and gas tech industry votes no on...

There is not a single challenge related to the development of Colorado’s oil and gas resources that can’t be solved with the smart application...

Upper Colorado lands sixth spot on America’s Most Endangered Rivers list

The scenic Upper Colorado River between its headwaters in Rocky Mountain National Park and its confluence with the Roaring Fork River has landed the...

Water gurus converge to slake thirst of exploding Colorado population

Water experts are meeting en masse in Denver today and Wednesday to try to figure out how to plan for an expected doubling of...

Ritter puts revised Colorado roadless rule back on the drawing board

The long, winding and seemingly endless road to adopting Colorado’s controversial roadless rule took another turn Monday, when Gov. Bill Ritter announced that an...

Salazar Brothers Team Up to Find Balance in Energy Development

Western Colorado has seen the extractive industry come and go, so U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar, D-Colo., and his brother, U.S. Congressman John Salazar, D-Manassas,...

Gov. Ritter on Special Places, Energy and the Republicans

Catching up to Gov. Ritter for a short five-minute interview during his current Western Slope visit wasn't easy. On Friday, he was scheduled...

Allard Joins Roan Plateau Debate

Two of Colorado's oil and gas drilling battlegrounds -- the Roan Plateau near Rifle and the Vermillion Basin outside of Craig- will headline the...

Western Colorado: Another “National Sacrifice Zone?”

How many of us are guilty of "talking" about issues, but we never get around to "acting" on our concerns? Joe Brown and Peter...

Northwest Colorado on the Cusp

The stage is set for an interesting night in Rifle on Wednesday at the gubernatorial oil and gas debate hosted by the Associated Government...