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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Purgatory ski patrollers form union, push for better wages

Purgatory patrollers join unionized peers in collective bargaining

Forest Service OKs Vail Resorts’ plan to restore Keystone tundra

Deal keeps one of the country’s largest expansions on schedule

Colorado’s mountain airports are thriving as rural air service struggles

Colorado’s airports in Aspen, Durango, Eagle County, Gunnison, Hayden and Montrose set records in 2021 and are staying busy in 2022

Hiker traffic on Colorado 14ers fell in 2021 after setting a record in 2020

Hindered access to most popular 14ers decreases traffic

Drought and irrigation will drain two reservoirs, killing fisheries and the local economy

Colorado Parks and Wildlife has issued emergency fish salvages at Queens and Jumbo reservoirs, which will run dry this summer

Forest Service halts new Keystone chairlift after resort mistakenly builds road in protected tundra

Vail Resorts has apologized for the mistake

Two privately owned Colorado 14ers are open to hikers. Will it last?

Increasing traffic is stressing a tenuous deal with landowners concerned about liability

Two privately owned Colorado 14ers are open to hikers thanks to a unique partnership. Will it last?

Increasing traffic is stressing a tenuous deal with landowners concerned about liability

Conservation groups offer alternate plan for Colorado wolf reintroduction

Groups: Intent of voters ‘undermined’ by Parks and Wildlife; input from hunters and ranchers is uplifted

Utah crude trains could roll through Colorado after Forest Service denies objections

New railroad would connect northeast Utah oil fields with the national rail network to transport crude to Gulf Coast refineries

Love, prayer and tickets: What we saw at the Rainbow Family gathering in northwest Colorado

Annual gathering drew 10,000 people and lots of online ire

Rainbow Gathering picks remote area near Steamboat Springs for annual meeting of tribes

‘Largest non-organization of nonmembers in the world’ will reprise first Rainbow Gathering of the Tribes in the Routt National Forest