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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Federal ‘land grab’ or conservation? U.S. senator visits Dolores River to weigh in

Opponents fear a national monument will curtail access and draw crowds; supporters say it will help manage impacts

Visits to Colorado ski areas in 2023-24 slightly down from prior year’s record

Since 2021, resorts have been pumping record sums into new lifts, terrain and infrastructure

Colorado rivers are peaking – and so are drownings

At least 18 people have died in state reservoirs and waterways so far this year

Colorado Supreme Court poked a hole in ski resorts’ liability protections. What’s next?

Companies hinted they may need to get rid of recreational options for children

One man dead, one missing after a rafting accident in Upper Colorado River

Searchers say neither the 56-year-old man who drowned nor the missing 61-year-old man were wearing PFDs in the second fatal whitewater accident of the 2024 season

Wolverine reintroduction legislation is ‘completely opposite’ wolf plan

‘They do not eat cattle. They do not eat sheep. They do not eat people,’ state Rep. Barbara McLachlan says

A rare win after nearly 40 years for Texas investors planning Wolf Creek Village

Appeals court threw out previous rulings and affirmed approval of a road accessing inholding

Colorado lawmakers reject push to prevent local short-term rental rules from applying to backcountry huts and cabins

Senate Bill 213, which was connected to the wealthy owner of a backcountry property outside Crested Butte, drew the ire of counties

Analyzing 5 years of injuries, crashes and hit-and-runs at Colorado ski areas

The Colorado Sun spent two years assembling hard-to-get data

It’s been a ‘lucky’ season for Colorado backcountry avalanches... so far

More than 100 people have been caught in slides, but only two recorded deaths

Skier dies while attempting to jump highway near Winter Park

21-year-old man was killed just west of Berthoud Pass summit

Locals wary of plan to recycle Leadville’s mining waste

Residents concerned plan to process historic mine waste could threaten Arkansas River, unearth town’s long-buried history