• Resort Visits Down, Spending Up DENVER (AP) – Visits to Colorado resort towns may be slowing, but spending is not. The Denver Post reports sales-tax collections in Colorado resort towns notched another record this summer, marking five consecutive years of steadily increasing summer spending. Taxable summertime spending in destinations such as Aspen, Vail, Breckenridge, Crested Butte, Telluride, Winter Park and ...
  • Deadly Crash on I-70 GRAND JUNCTION (AP) – Authorities say two people are dead after a truck crossed a highway median and struck another truck in Grand Junction on Sunday. Firefighters say a third person was taken to the hospital. Two police vehicles being used to direct traffic on Interstate 70 were struck by a pickup truck about an ...
  • Colorado Soldier's Elk Stolen Gypsum—The Eagle County Sheriff's Office is looking for the brazen thief or thieves who stole a hunter's hard-earned harvest right out of the bed of his pick-up truck; the head of a 6 x 6 bull elk.  The sad thing is the elk was the first one ever bagged by this hunter, a Colorado soldier.  ...
  • Hunter, Hiker Rescued Near Possum Creek Glenwood Springs—An injured hiker and a lost hunter had to be rescued above Canyon Creek Wednesday night in two separate incidents. According to reports from the Garfield County Sheriff's Office, the hiker fell and suffered injuries to both knees.  He and his wife were hiking in steep terrain in the Possum Creek area about six ...
  • Colorado Rocky Mountain School to Host Memorial For Renowned Climber Carbondale—When he graduated from Colorado Rocky Mountain School in 2009, teachers and classmates knew he was destined for great heights. Hayden Michael Kennedy certainly reached those heights as an accomplished, adventurous and respected mountain climber.  This weekend, his mother, father and many friends will gather at CRMS to remember Hayden.  The 27 year old Carbondale ...
  • Halloween Heat is On Glenwood Springs—The thought of getting a DUI on Halloween weekend should be very frightening.  If you drink and drive in Colorado between tonight and November 1st, there's a good chance your next costume will be a jail-issued jump suit.  113 law enforcement agencies across the state will turn up the heat looking for drivers that ...
  • Garfield County Woman Takes Sanctuary in Local Church Carbondale—A Silt woman who immigrated from Mexico 16 years ago has now taken refuge in a Carbondale church to avoid being deported.  Sandra Lopez and her 2 year old daughter are now being sheltered at the Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist Church.  They moved there last week when officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement denied her ...
  • End of the Line for Virgilli Glenwood Springs—Her work in Glenwood Springs is done. The woman who helped transform the city from a quaint tourist town into a world class, award-winning travel destination is calling it quits.  Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association President and CEO Marianne Virgilli is officially retiring at the end of the year.  During her 32 year career ...
  • Time to Talk Budget in Glenwood Springs Glenwood Springs—Glenwood Springs' 2018 budget of over 16 million dollars will be the primary focus of tonight's city council meeting.  With a brand new bridge and improved access to the downtown business district, city officials are expected revenues to exceed 17 million dollars next year.  Just under four million dollars is being earmarked for the ...
  • Changes Afoot at River District Glenwood Springs—Some big changes are ahead for the Colorado River Water Conservation District.  Longtime General Manager Eric Kuhn is stepping down soon and will be succeeded by local attorney and water expert Andy Mueller.  River district board Vice President Dave Merritt says this is a sign of things to come.  He says several senior executives ...