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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Geographic naming board agrees to scrape offensive name from Chaffee County gulch

Board recommends renaming derogatory Chinaman Gulch as Yan Sing Gulch, which translates to ‘resilience’ in Chinese

The final phase of restoration in Glenwood Canyon turns to debris-choked Colorado River

The Colorado Department of Transportation is orchestrating the removal of hundreds of thousands of tons of debris flushed down the walls of Glenwood Canyon in July deluge

Ron LeMaster, beloved ski coach, killed in collision at Eldora Mountain Resort

72-year-old was skiing Tuesday when he collided with a snowboarder

Coloradans typically reject tax increases, except when it comes to funding parks and trails

Conservation could become a bipartisan issue that unites urban and rural voters

Snow may not be piling up at Colorado ski resorts this season, but anxiety sure is

Coronavirus is still a worry, but now ski hill operators must wrestle with too few workers and not enough places to house the ones they’ve hired

Feds say COVID cost the outdoor recreation industry $156 billion in 2020. But did it really?

Annual analysis shows a 19.5% decline, but that includes losses outside the industry

Colorado’s 2020-21 avalanche season was tied for deadliest. It’s helping forecasters hone warnings.

Slides killed 37 backcountry travelers last winter in U.S., including 12 in Colorado

Colorado governor urges board to reconsider naming mountain ‘Mestaa’ėhehe’

Gov. Jared Polis said ‘dots and dashes’ made it hard to pronounce

Colorado ski resorts are in an uphill battle for workers amid the historic labor shortage

‘Help wanted’ ads outnumber ‘for rent’ listings in communities enduring housing, worker shortages

Monarch Pass could serve as a new model for wildfire mitigation in treacherous areas

About 90% of the tall spruce in the area have been killed by beetles

Colorado ski resort offers a $49+ chance to skip the lift line, triggering a skier backlash

U.S. senator calls on Powdr to kill the program

When people die recreating, sometimes friends are the ones to find them

Civilian-led rescues have recovered fallen comrades in Colorado’s backcountry