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First phase of Durango airport expansion complete

Project finishes on time and on budget ahead of larger Phase 1B

Axis Health Systems, Pueblo Community College receive state workforce grant

Philosophy behind program is work-based learning model

Anthem letter sows confusion, stress among patients

April 1 letter informed some customers of May 1 split from CommonSpirit Health

Colorado pumps $21 million into fast-charger expansion for electric vehicles

As EV sales slow, Colorado wants the new stations to serve as an answer to consumer ‘range anxiety’

Pilot shortage hinders Farmington airline service airport manager says

Airport manager says SkyWest Airlines service timeline is in doubt

Wildlife officers confirm Colorado’s first wolf attack since predators were reintroduced

Agents found tooth marks, tracks and other evidence consistent with wolf depredation

Colorado keeps quiet about faulty job data as federal agency calls out the erratic numbers

The jobs data that Colorado rolled out earlier in March should be based on official information but is still just a guess, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Colorado’s labor ...

Switching to drought-resistant crops ‘ain’t pretty’ – but support for farmers is there

Ute Mountain Ute farmers are leaders in agricultural community

Bird flu, weather and inflation keep egg prices near historic highs

Egg prices are at near-historic highs in many parts of the world as the spring holidays approach, reflecting a market scrambled by disease, high demand and growing costs for farmers. It’s th...

Outdoor gear sales dropped in 2023, leaving mountain retailers struggling with high rents, high taxes and too-few workers

Overall sales of gear and apparel dropped 3% last year. Independent stores were hit much harder as core outdoor consumers slowed their spending

Tractor Supply Co. adding Bayfield location

Construction on new store expected to start this spring

National Association of Realtors settle antitrust lawsuit for $418 million, a win for Colorado sellers

The way Coloradans buy and sell homes is about to get a major overhaul that will shave thousands of dollars off the cost of putting a house on the market. The National Association of Realtor...
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