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  1. Colorado requires early pollution monitoring with new oil and gas development

    GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — Colorado officials have approved new rules that require air pollution monitoring at oil and gas sites during early stages of operations — the first state regulatory system of its kind...

  2. Democrat Mitsch Bush draws contrasts to Boebert in 3rd Congressional District race

    Diane Mitsch Bush was defeated by incumbent Scott Tipton in 2018 for the 3rd Congressional District seat. Mitsch Bush is running again as the Democratic candidate but this time against Republican political newcomer Lauren Boebert.

  3. Aspen Filmfest announces 2020 lineup including in-person screening of ‘Nomadland,’ drive-in for ‘American Utopia,’ virtual ‘One Night in Miami…’

    The 41st annual Aspen Filmfest will include some of the most highly touted prestige films of the season, including the Frances McDormand new western “Nomadland,” the new documentary from Oscar-winning Colorado filmmaker Bryan Fogel “The...

  4. Q&A: Colorado Gov. Jared Polis talks about upcoming ski season, another recall attempt and keeping the state’s business open

    More than six months into fighting a pandemic and trying to keep the state open, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said this week he’s remained focused on keeping the infection rates low and business up and...

  5. Another 1-2 finish for Glenwood’s Johnson, Connerton-Nevin at Warrior Classic cross country meet

    Glenwood Springs High School’s dynamic cross country running duo of junior Ella Johnson and sophomore Sophia Connerton-Nevin strided to another 1-2 finish on Saturday. Competing at Saturday’s Warrior Classic in Grand Junction, Johnson...

  6. WEEKEND COVID-19 UPDATE: Incidence, test positivity rates declining again in Garfield County; still at ‘cautious’ level

    Sept. 25 update from Garfield County Public Health (14-day period: 9/1-9/25): We have seen positive movement around our test positivity rate over the past 14-day period, where it has dipped below 5% of tests. We are still...

  7. James, Lakers beat Nuggets in Game 5 to reach NBA Finals

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — LeBron James wore out the path to the NBA Finals in the Eastern Conference, making annual trips out of Miami and Cleveland. Now he’s the best in the West....

  8. An Everest’s worth of climbing by bicycle

    Corbin Carpenter is in rarefied company after climbing the equivalent height of Mount Everest in one day by bicycle. The Carbondale 15-year-old took 20.5 hours to ride 32 6-mile laps, each with a gain of...

  9. Accomplished adventurer to give Longevity Project speech Sept. 30

    Sean Swarner has heard all kinds of questions as an inspirational speaker, author and adventurer. But on a September Zoom video conference — days after his latest climb of the 19,341-foot Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania...

  10. Judge removes Trump public lands boss for serving unlawfully

    BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A federal judge ruled Friday that President Donald Trump’s leading steward of public lands has been serving unlawfully, blocking him from continuing in the position in the latest pushback against the...

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