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How a plan to save southeastern Colorado went off the rails

This story originally appeared on High Country News.  Steve Wooten stands on a low ridge overlooking the Purgatoire River and the yellowed grass and red rock...

Ski Resorts Pursue Growing Hispanic Demographic

With participation in their sport relatively flat over the past two decades, ski industry officials are actively pursuing customers in the nation's growing Hispanic...

Portrait of the Western Slope: Man’s Mosiac Life Filled With Lost...

John Scalzo: Rifle's Contrary Visionary The Western Slope is changing faster than spring weather these days, and small rural towns like Rifle are losing...

Eagle County Republicans Emboldened by Controversial Commissioner’s Loss in Mayor’s Race

Eagle County Democrats says lightning-rod county commissioner Arn Menconi's loss last week in the Eagle mayor's race had more to do with his confrontational...

Putting a Price on Growth Proves Tricky

Aurora has concluded that it is going into the red more than $5,000 for each new house built in the city.A 15-month study, released...

Want to Develop? Find the Water First

Housing developers may have to prove they can provide a sustainable water supply before they can build, if State Rep. Kathleen Curry, D-Gunnison, decides...

Valley Symposium: Looking into the Crystal Ball

The Roaring Fork/Eagle County region in Western Colorado is sometimes identified as the Golden Triangle. The social and economic boundaries stretch from Aspen to...

Motivation and Money Roadblocks to I-70 Expansion

The I-70 corridor from Jefferson County to Summit County can be at times one big parking lot. Nowadays, it doesn't seem to matter what...