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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Do remote-controlled avalanche exploders really work?

CDOT and the Colorado Avalanche Information Center operate 54 remote-controlled avalanche systems

Can two nominees for CPW commission who worked as animal advocates also represent hunters?

Jessica Beaulieu and Gary Skiba head to confirmation without key committee recommendations

Opposition to national monument along Dolores River grows

Plan to create a 400,000-acre monument stirs concerns over crowds, mining and access

Meet the new owners of Silverton Mountain

Andy Culp and Brock Strasbourger want to protect what they say should be a ‘true, pure ski experience’

Bill to shield Colorado landowners from visitors’ lawsuits heads to governor’s desk

Senate Bill 58 requires landowners to erect signs warning visitors of hazards

Ski resorts’ long history of immunity threatened by Colorado Supreme Court case

Case involves a teen who was paralyzed after a fall from a chairlift

Colorado short-term rental owners may protest plan to quadruple their taxes

A survey showed that a majority would reduce their rental nights if Senate Bill 33 passes

Colorado 14er Kit Carson Mountain readies for a new name

Federal board wonders if a suggestion for “Mount Crestone” may be confused with nearby Crestone Peak and Crestone Needle as the state naming group weighs a new name for the 14er

Could a small sign ease landowners’ anxiety about letting people recreate on their property?

Lawmakers will try again to change law to better protect private property owners

Colorado avalanche forecasters sound red alert as new snow piles deep for MLK weekend

Colorado Avalanche Information Center forecasters are sounding the alarm for backcountry travelers as feet of new snow blankets weak layers

First year of optional Keep Colorado Wild Pass sees drivers deliver $41.1 million in revenue for parks and wildlife

Nearly 1.5 million Colorado drivers paid an extra $29 to include the parks pass on their vehicle registrations, outpacing expectations and helping fund Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Copper Mountain volunteer boot packers stomp trails to reduce avalanche danger and conserve snow

Crews at several Colorado ski areas spend early season weeks burrowing through powder to stabilize snowpacks