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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Colorado mountain resorts cut back summer offerings as labor crisis persists

Outdoor companies like Vail Resorts forced to adjust staff-dependent offerings like ziplining

Colorado’s attorney general wades into murky dispute that could upend access to rivers, streams

Official wants state Supreme Court to intervene in a case, warning of ‘monumental consequences’

Record high calls are stressing Colorado’s EMS, mountain firefighters

Fire chiefs struggle to hire firefighters, recruit volunteers because of high cost of living

Colorado begins process of scrubbing Native American slur from 28 sites

New names approved for sites in Southwest Colorado

Colorado mountain towns can now use tourism tax to deal with visitors, housing

Bill signed into law after passing Legislature with bipartisan support

Can Colorado solidify itself as the ‘heart of the outdoor recreation economy’?

Q&A: Conor Hall discusses what to do about trade shows leaving Denver

Rainbow Gathering planned in Colorado sparks fire concerns

DENVER (AP) – The Rainbow Gathering of the Tribes plans to return to Colorado this summer to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The weekslong confab that draws tens of thousands of hippie campe...

The new standards for testing outdoor gear are being created by Colorado university students

Engineering program prepares innovative entrepreneurs for a red-hot recreation industry

Beloved Steamboat local killed in avalanche; second person rescued by helicopter

Six backcountry travelers have been killed in slides this season, including three snowshoers

How Crested Butte’s first-ever extreme skiing contests birthed the freeskiing movement

Pioneering athletes transformed the resort industry with a push for wider skis and steeper terrain

Vail Resorts promises $175 million more for employees, bumps starting pay to $20 an hour

North America’s largest resort operator was vilified this past season as it struggled to open chairs and handle crowds

Coloradans will be charged $29 for a state parks pass when registering cars

Residents can opt out of the Keep Colorado Wild Pass