Solitary Mountain Man's Hobby Produces Cache Of Climate DataIn his boredom, Billy Barr found a calling. Measuring snow. Since 1974, he’s taken measurements twice a day, but it wasn’t just the snow depth and when it melted.
Finding Places To Store Snow A Challenge In Crested ButteA lot of snow in winter in Crested Butte isn't really that big of a story, but the extraordinarily large amount they've gotten over the past few weeks is surely front page news.
For Ski Resorts, Too Much Snow Is A Good WoeFor ski resorts in Colorado and the Sierra Nevada, it's a good problem to have: too much snow.
Crested Butte Receives 7½ Feet Of Snow In 10 DaysCrested Butte Mountain Resort has received seven-and-a-half feet of snow in the past 10 days, claiming the most snow of any ski area in Colorado so far this year.
Scott Tipton Defeats Gail Schwartz In Congressional RaceIncumbent Republican U.S. Congressman Scott Tipton will represent citizens of Colorado's Western Slope for another term.
Ownership Company Agrees To Sell Crested Butte Ski AreaA Florida-based real estate investment trust has reached an agreement to sell more than a dozen major ski resorts including Crested Butte.
Snowmobiler Dies In Avalanche On Kebler PassAn avalanche has claimed the life of a Colorado man on Kebler Pass near Crested Butte.
Sale Of Ski Resorts Won't Happen By Year's End, Trust SaysA real estate investment trust that's selling more than a dozen ski resorts from Maine to California won't meet its deadline of completing the transaction by year's end.
Crested Butte Breaks World Record With Skiing SantasHundreds of Santas joined together on Saturday to break a world record in Crested Butte.
Top Winter Road Trips In ColoradoIt doesn't need to be summer to enjoy the mountains and scenic drives, so don't let a little chill stop you from exploring this majestic state.
EPA Reduces Estimate Of Sediment Release At Superfund SiteThe Environmental Protection Agency says between 500 and 600 gallons of sediment-bearing water was released from a pond at a western Colorado Superfund site, not 2,000 gallons as the agency first reported.
EPA: Sediment Accidentally Released In Western Colorado CreekThe Environmental Protection Agency says a contractor inadvertently released about 2,000 gallons of sediment-bearing water into a western Colorado creek from a holding pond outside an inactive mine.

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