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admin 24th July 2018

Despite morning fog, Denver residents can expect mostly sunny weather Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. Scattered storms are expected later in the day in the foothills, with isolated storms spreading to the mountains and nearby plains. Temperatures are expected to range from 83 to 91 degrees in the plains and 67 to 81 […]

admin 24th July 2018

Dianne “Sam” Law and Deb Lathrop were in awe when they returned to the their historic Uptop ghost town near Old La Veta Pass after Spring Creek fire evacuations were lifted. Though much of the sisters’ 300-acre property was charred, the view from their cabin at Uptop was entirely green. “When you’re up there, you […]

admin 24th July 2018

Showers and thunderstorms, some with periods of heavy rain and hail, swept over the mountains and onto the Eastern Plains of Colorado on Monday, helping firefighting efforts in some areas and raising concerns for flash floods in some burn scar areas. In southern Colorado, including the Spring Creek fire area, burning in Costilla and Huerfano […]

admin 24th July 2018

The finish line is far in the future, but for scientists at the University of Colorado, anticipation is already running high over their selection to spearhead the science supporting a 2024 NASA mission aimed at studying the particles streaming toward Earth from the boundaries of interstellar space. Daniel Baker, director of CU’s Laboratory for Atmospheric […]

admin 23rd July 2018

Departing Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg should be replaced by someone who can continue his groundbreaking policies but who can also engage more effectively with different groups in the community, district observers said. “Politics is such an ugly word in our culture these days, but that is something this position calls for,” said Van Schoales, […]

admin 23rd July 2018

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump warned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani early Monday that he will face dire consequences for threatening the United States. Trump tweeted about the dangers to Iran of making hostile threats after Rouhani said Sunday “American must understand well that peace with Iran is the mother of all peace and war with […]

admin 23rd July 2018

Berne Broudy, a Vermont resident, is a seasoned cyclist, skier and kayaker. On Sunday, she added a new outdoor sport to her résumé: packrafting. Packrafts are small inflatable boats that can shrink to the size of a paper towel roll and be used to help backpackers cross bodies of water. They were on full display […]

admin 23rd July 2018

Parks planner Kelly Smith, left, and parks supervisor Dave Bothell, right, walk on a fishing platform along the Big Thompson River in Viestenz-Smith Mountain Park, which will open to the public this fall for the first time since it was destroyed by the 2013 flood. They are pictured during a tour of the park on […]

admin 23rd July 2018

PHOENIX — Rockies manager Bud Black says his increasingly confident team is playing its best baseball of the season. “We can play with anybody,” he reiterated again Sunday morning before the Rockies were whipped 6-1 by Zack Greinke and the Diamondbacks. “But we all know it’s a long season, so you just have to keep […]