There are no chairlifts and there’s no lift ticket. There’s no watery hot chocolate, no over-priced French fries or luke-warm pizza. There’s no swerving around schools of toddler skiers and no paying $20 to park the car.
A public meeting is being held to discuss concerns over proposed oil and gas drilling around the Thompson Divide near Carbondale.
This is a tale of two saloons, both with storied historical identities in the towns they serve, and both of which have been resurrected, in a sense, by new ownership.
There’s a fierce debate over what to do with a proposed waste transfer site right outside one of Colorado’s most picturesque mountain towns.
There’s only one grocery store in the town of Carbondale that now has to abide by a ban on plastic shopping bags, and now it’s got a problem on its hands.
Aspen, Basalt, Carbondale, and Telluride have all either banned plastic bags or are charging fees for them. Boulder is getting ready to take a final vote on their bag fee on Thursday.
An oil and gas company with leases on thousands of acres of public land near Carbondale has applied for a permit to drill wells.
A Garfield County family plans to ask the state attorney general to re-open the case of their daughter’s death.
Authorities in Eagle have arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting a girl when she was 12 years old.
Heavy rain has been falling in an area burned by the Waldo Canyon fire near Colorado Springs, leading to mudslides that have closed part of U.S. 24 near Manitou Springs.