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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Colorado Classic throws ‘Hail Mary’ for a sponsor as pro bike racing falters in the U.S.

The all-women’s Colorado Classic bike race that debuted in 2019 needs a deep-pocketed investor to stay alive

Colorado Parks and Wildlife dusting off plan to reintroduce wolverines

Last confirmed electronic sighting of the rare carnivore in Colorado was 2009

America’s chairlift savant finishes 22-year quest to ride every lift in the U.S.

Peter Landsman, has visited, photographed and documented 2,381 chairlifts in the U.S.

These young adults are shredding, pedaling, climbing – and fighting cancer

Thousands fighting life-threatening illnesses have benefited from First Descents programs in the past 20 years

Federal appeals court sides with rafting outfitters on minimum wage

Colorado outfitters sued Biden administration over a $15 per hour rule for federal contractors

Colorado appeals court revives river access, right-to-wade debate

Angler Roger Hill is suing a landowner over a right to wade in the Arkansas River, arguing that historic commerce on the river proves navigability, which requires public access

A record number of Coloradans pursue conservation easements as land, water prices increase

A new law offers landowners securing tax credits worth 90% of the value of the conservation easement on their property

Ouray Ice Park’s rebound from rockfall shows how tourism communities can recover

State grants support Ouray Ice Park and a documentary

An attempt to ban mountain lion hunting thrills animal activists, troubles hunters

In past decade, Colorado hunters have killed an average of 469 cougars per year

Report reveals pipeline of stolen Colorado bikes ending up in Mexico

Owner of shop denies involvement in trafficking stolen bicycles

Epic crowds collide with labor shortages at ski areas

A record number of pass holders arrive at Vail Resorts, but a critical labor shortage and quarantined workers has delayed terrain openings and cut services

Colorado Gators started as a natural garbage disposal. Now it’s a tourist attraction

Jay Young’s San Luis Valley oasis offers tourists close-up encounters with gators, snakes, turtles and lizards