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  • Colorado teens smoking less marijuana
    Colorado teens are smoking less marijuana since legalization
    Colorado legalized marijuana two years ago and it’s still just as controversial as it ever was for folks across the country. Cannabis proponents still list the benefits of cannabis regulation both recreationally and medicinally, while...
  • Bike Colorado
    Colorado's bicycle infastructure gets the attention it deserves
    June is a busy month for cycling, but it isalso a busy month for lawmakers. Governor Hickenlooper announced his plan for the Colorado Beautiful Initiative last summer. He says that he will create the biggest interactive outdoor recreation map ever...
  • Entrance of Steamboat Springs, Coloraod
    Three outdoor dining restaurants in Steamboat Springs
    After hiking the trails by Yampa River, walking around downtown to check out the Ford Mustangs and browsing through small boutiques, it’s time for a bite to eat at one of the numerous mountain-town restaurants in Steamboat Springs.Most...
  • Gateway Canyons Resort Pool
    14 Reasons to avoid the pool at this luxury resort
    When we think of vacation, we often picture ourselves lounging poolside at a luxury resort, cocktail or good book in hand. But what if this actually turned out to be the last thing you wanted to do once you arrived? Nestled within the sweeping...
  • Storefront in Ohio City, Colorado
    The Not So Wild West
    All our lives, we have heard about the Wild West. From cowboys to miners, to the “savage natives” who steal innocent white women, the lawless gangs who think of nothing but drinking, gambling, robbing banks and trains and shooting up...
  • Tuesday Bluesday in Grand Junction, Colorado
    Blues jam a hit in downtown Grand Junction
    The guitarist counts "1-2-3-4" and instantly the assembled musicians begin Mack Rice's classic song, "Mustang Sally." The assembled crowd at Charlie Dwellington's bar, on the corner of 1st and Main Streets in Grand...
  • Senate candidate continues dodging questions, threatens reporter
    Senate candidate continues dodging questions, threatens reporter
    The Colorado senate race is weird, and getting weirder. The seat currently held by Democrat Michael Bennet has long been thought of as a vulnerable one that Republicans can attempt to pick up this November. However, it seems that there were...
  • A-Basin stills has skiing and riding.
    A-Basin skiing/riding until June
    Some people may have put the skis and boards away for the summer. There is one area in Colorado with the lifts still turning. Arapahoe Basin plans to stay open for at least another three weeks or more according to COO, Alan Henceroth's blog....
  • Bubble gun
    Five-year-old Colorado girl suspended over clear plastic bubble gun
    On Tuesday, a Denver-based ABC News affiliate reported that a five-year-old Brighton, Colorado, girl was suspended from her kindergarten class for bringing a clear plastic bubble gun to school. The "weapon," school officials say,...
  • Bison calf doing its thing
    Two new calves are born into bison conservation herd
    American bison have suffered many setbacks over the years. From overhunting during American expansionism to the brucellosis outbreak plaguing it today, it has been difficult to get numbers back up to the levels they once had. But new hope has...
  • Downtown Denver
    Denver's housing crisis grows as billions more are invested
    Denver has been growing at breakneck speed in recent years, with a diverse economy that just won’t quit and one of the highest standards of living in the country. With $2.5 billion dollars in economic investment currently planned or underway...
  • Arapahoe Basin 2016
    Arapahoe Basin confirms plans for June skiing
    Earlier this week, Arapahoe Basin CEO Alan Henceroth announced through his blog on the Colorado ski area's website that the resort would stay open at least through June 5. Located on the Continental Divide, A-Basin has taken advantage of its...
  • Is Salida, CO, dog-friendly?
    Is Salida, CO, dog-friendly?
    When we're traveling with dogs, we really want to be able to relax and bring them along. So many places are still not dog-friendly, that it's a great benefit to know beforehand where we can travel with dogs. Right?After years exploring the...
  • ColoradoCare
    ColoradoCare would mean universal healthcare for the state
    Colorado voters have a chance to radically change the state’s healthcare system in November by replacing Obamacare with a tax-funded public health system that would provide coverage for everyone in the state. Last November, the estimated $38...
  • Denver Broncos celebration
    Winter Park set to host NFL Draft announcements for Broncos
    The bulk of the NFL Draft starting Thursday evening will center on Chicago, but the Denver Broncos plan to announce their Saturday choices with a skiing theme at Winter Park Resort.Located 67 miles from Denver, Winter Park will host former NFL...
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