Colorado lost a true political pioneer in Paul Sandoval, last week. The Colorado political landscape would look far different without his influence and for many reasons, we are not likely to see the likes of him in today’s environment.
There have already been two major fires in Colorado this year, and federal officials say as more break out in the state this year they’ll be ready.
It’s important to protect the planet as we use its resources, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said Monday night at a conference where he spoke on the Colorado River but also took a swipe at a Colorado congressman’s push for oil shale development.
Joe Coors Jr., the great-grandson of brewery founder Adolph Coors, announced Tuesday that he’ll challenge congressional Democratic incumbent Rep. Ed Perlmutter in Colorado’s 7th District.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar wants to find ways to preserve the history and natural resources in the San Luis Valley, the region where he was born and raised.
A 19th century Latino settlement in Colorado’s San Luis Valley is being recognized as an important part of the nation’s history.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says he wants to help communities in the San Luis Valley conserve the area’s natural and cultural resources.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is asking national park officials to consider the Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado as a potential refuge for Yellowstone bison.
Former Colorado Speaker of the House Andrew Romanoff said Tuesday he won’t run for Congress in the 6th District, ending weeks of speculation on whether he would campaign for a seat that’s more favorable to Democrats because of new congressional lines.
The artist Christo will be allowed to drape huge pieces of fabric over the Arkansas River in Colorado, Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced on Monday.