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Nancy Lofholm

It’s been windier than usual in Colorado, and that’s a big problem

High winds increase fire danger and take a bite out of agriculture and tourism

Where’s Don Coram? Lauren Boebert’s GOP challenger says his late start is all part of the plan

State senator is making long shot bid to unseat congresswoman with deep pockets and a national following

Resisting the political extremist ‘bomb throwers’ on Colorado’s Western Slope

Restore the Balance is a Mesa County group formed by people from across the political spectrum that is trying to address extremism in Colorado

Don Coram brushes off ‘super woke’ insult: ‘I have no idea what that means’

The 73-year-old Montrose native has a background in farming and mining

Lauren Boebert announces she will run for second term in Congress

She is likely to face state Sen. Don Coram in primary challenge

Prayer, conspiracies and fundraising: Supporters of Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters hold another rally following FBI search

Tina Peters and Sherronna Bishop – among others – are under criminal investigation

Mesa County needed to restore trust after an election system breach. Here comes Wayne Williams, in his boots

Colorado’s former Secretary of State sought to reassure voters about a fair election

Tempers flare at Mesa County protest as judge prepares to decide Tina Peters’ role in upcoming election

At least one person hurt when a counter-demonstrator showed up

Timber sale will send 250 logging trucks through pristine skiing area

The Grand Mesa Nordic Council has dealt with logging near its Skyway trail system before. It’s the timing of this operation that has them worried

Supporters back Mesa County clerk, who is in hiding after voting system breach

State GOP representative calls investigation a ‘false-flag operation’

How is Colorado’s new farmworkers rights bill being received by migrant farmworkers?

In fields hours away from the political pressure cooker of the Colorado legislature, Senate Bill 87 is stoking a different kind of debate.

Off-highway vehicles are raising ruckus in Colorado’s remote mountain towns

Local governments struggle to find a balance between revenue and disorder