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Colorado used to be a national leader in home solar. Two big moves could push it back on top.

State awarded $156 million federal grant to get rooftop solar for low-income families, while a bill in the legislature would boost community solar projects

Colorado’s craft beer boom may be winding down as tastes shift and costs rise

The smell of fresh hops permeated the air as Shawnee Adelson sat at Joyride Brewing Company in Edgewater. As Adelson set up her office for the day, workers were preparing a fresh batch of cr...

The Blotter, April 24-25

Durango Police Department Thursday 1:20 a.m. Someone reported a loud party at the Silver Peaks Condominiums, 1100 Goeglein Gulch Road. Wednesday 7:42 a.m. Police responded to a rear-...

The Blotter, April 19-23

Durango Police Department Tuesday 12:04 p.m. A man had drug paraphernalia and needles strewed on a table at Wendy’s, 1840 Main Ave. 6:28 p.m. A woman was yelling at no one in the 310...

The Blotter, April 22

Durango Police Department Monday 12:27 p.m. Police arrested a drunken man near Ninth Street and Camino del Rio. 12:37 p.m. A woman reported a backpack stolen at the Durango Skate Par...

‘Vexatious’ no more, Colorado public records bill loses controversial section

Lawmakers stripped a provision from a public records bill that would have allowed Colorado governments to label certain citizens as “vexatious,” and delay production of records if they demon...

‘Fake electors’ banned under new Colorado law

Gov. Jared Polis signed a new law to explicitly make it illegal to serve as a fake elector in future presidential elections in Colorado. Georgia, Nevada, and Michigan are prosecuting individ...

Colorado mountain town liquor store owners say things are getting dire

A bill aims to level out the playing field between groceries and wine sellers

How a Colorado farmer protected his business by turning to the beer industry

Preparing for water shortages has made his business hardier and better

Winter Park’s Indigenous roots are now on the mountain in signs and art installations

The history of Winter Park – Colorado’s longest continuously-operated ski area – is often told starting in the 1920s. That's when people are said to have “unofficially” started hitting the s...

Ballot proposal to protect furnaces and gas stoves in Colorado is dead – for now

Political group did not file petitions by April 18 deadline to put measure on ballot

The Blotter, April 18

Durango Police Department Thursday 4:52 p.m. A sofa was stolen from a parking lot at Priority Sales and Rental, 802 Camino del Rio. Sheriff’s Office Thursday 10:24 a.m. A man was ref...
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