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Gold awaits on Color Weekend

By Dave Buchanan

The color line starts here. Or there, depending on where the view is best. Saturday and Sunday are Color Weekend, the first of two such weekends, if you also recognize Oct. 1–2 as an extension. If you prefer riding to driving, ...


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Many hands give back on National Public Lands Day

By Dave Buchanan

Saturday marks National Public Lands Day, a day of giving back to the various public land management agencies that provide all Americans and millions of visitors with countless hours of free or low-cost recreation throughout the ...


Desert search for missing Utah mom to continue

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Police say they may spend several more days combing a remote area of the Utah desert for signs of a mother missing since 2009. West Valley City police Sgt. Mike Powell says teams are making good progress in the search ...


Colorado skiers taking out insurance

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado skiers who buy season passes are taking out insurance on their purchases. Skiers say they are taking out the insurance because resorts are making refunds more difficult. The insurance being offered by most resorts ...


Man warns homebuyers he’s not a good neighbor

By The AP

BRIGHTON — A Brighton man is warning potential homebuyers that he won’t be a good neighbor. Titus Terranova posted a warning facing a home his neighbor is trying to sell warning buyers they may be subjected to loud music, loud ...


Former Interior official joins BP’s law firm

By The AP

DENVER — Former Colorado politician Tom Strickland has joined a law firm that is defending BP for its involvement in a major oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Strickland, who is the former chief of staff for Interior Secretary Ken ...


Wildlife officials investigating coyote attacks

By The AP

BRIGHTON — Colorado wildlife officials are trying to determine why there has been an increase in coyote attacks. The latest attack involved a 3-year-old Broomfield girl on Monday, the third in two months. All three victims were treated ...


Taxi driver facing charges over free rides

By The AP

ASPEN — A Woody Creek taxi driver is facing contempt of court charges for continuing to offer rides for tips. Phil Sullivan is scheduled to appear in court Friday to explain why he ignored a judge’s order to stop offering ...


Army considering name change for Pinon Canyon

By The AP

PUEBLO — Fort Carson officials say they are considering changing the name of the Pinon (PIN-yon) Canyon Maneuver Site to Fort Carson South. Fort Carson spokeswoman Dee McNutt says the name change would make it clear that Pinon Canyon is ...


Skiers taking out insurance against events that would keep them off slopes

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado skiers who buy season passes are taking out insurance on their purchases. Skiers say they are taking out the insurance because resorts are making refunds more difficult. The insurance being offered by most resorts ...


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