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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Colorado mountain towns rebound – and then some – from coronavirus

Despite grim projections, many communities saw waves of in-state visitors

Crested Butte ending free-for-all camping, designating sites

Agencies identifying as many as 211 formal campsites, requiring reservations

Police on skis help keep the peace, but they’re more likely to lend a friendly mitten

They don’t do much police work, but promote safety, security on slopes

Mistrial declared in case against snowboarders who triggered avalanche

Too few Summit County residents responded to jury summonses

Some lawmakers want ski resorts to report injuries and fatalities

Senate Bill 184 would require resorts to publish safety plans and injury statistics

Tumbling rock destroys bridge to Ouray Ice Park, pipeline to power plant

Rockfall destruction challenges green-power provider

Avalanche center boss will testify in case against Summit County snowboarders

Judge rejects ‘chilling effect’ argument from attorney general

Stress threatens Colorado search and rescue teams

Weary rescuers hope lawmakers can find funding and support

Online sales boom poses challenges for Colorado tax forecasting – and for brick-and-mortar retailers

A 91% annual increase in e-commerce in Colorado last year is promising big changes to the state’s retail landscape. “We are seeing trends that are not just going to be unique to the pandemic era,” says a finance professor.

Diamond Peaks Ski Patrol, a volunteer crew, busier than ever in backcountry

Group navigates complicated terrain at Cameron Pass

Snowboarders charged for avalanche above I-70 lose critical battle in court

Two backcountry veterans face $168,000 fine for slide that buried road

Biden’s pause on oil and gas development on public lands splits conservationists, industry

Energy producers predict billions in losses for Western communities