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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

CPW volunteer cleared after 7-month investigation into racism claim

Dan Gates says he’ll recover, but fears that threat of unfounded claims will discourage 3,600 other volunteers

Western Slope voters pass taxes on short-term rentals to fund affordable housing

Communities could generate about $40 million in new tax revenue from vacation rentals to support affordable housing

As momentum to rename Mount Evans builds, relatives ask his contributions be considered

Descendants of John Evans speak up while acknowledging his role in massacre

Record surge for outdoor recreation economy in 2021 fuels push for legislation, federal office

Colorado’s outdoor recreation industry contributed $11.6 billion in 2021, accounting for 2.7% of the state’s overall economy

Voters across Colorado’s high country will weigh short-term rentals, affordable housing

As many as 14 Colorado municipalities and counties will ask voters next month to increase or repurpose taxes on short-term rental properties – offered on sites by Airbnb and Vrbo – to help fund affordable housing

Wolf Creek Village plan loses third legal fight for access road atop Wolf Creek Pass

Texas billionaire has spent 36 years vying for access to an inholding where he plans a resort village for 10,000 residents

Two runners have gone missing in Southwest Colorado, leading to push for more education

Fitness is not enough to stay safe in remote areas where risks are amplified

Resort owner’s donations to Lauren Boebert’s campaign irks ski industry climate advocates

Owner of Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has long supported candidates who oppose progressive climate policy

Gravity Haus adds Aspen, Steamboat to 4,000-member social club

Founder Jim Deters drew thousands of members to his $200-a-month clubhouse. Will it thrive in a downturn?

Vail Resorts rejects town’s $12 million offer for parcel to protect bighorn

A prolonged legal battle now looms as the only resolution

A Crested Butte couple just wanted better backpacking coffee. Then, NASA came calling

Mark and Alison Drucker’s instant coffee is headed to the International Space Station at the request of an astronaut

Bull moose dies at Keystone ski area after getting tangled in cords

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is working with resorts on ways to better protect wildlife