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  • DA to probe Boulder Marathon cancellation

    BOULDER — The Boulder District Attorney's Office says it will investigate the sudden cancellation of the Boulder Marathon. District Attorney Stan Garnett tells the Daily Camera (http://bit.ly/1sSw8km ) on Sunday that complaints from an angry runner about lack of refunds pushed him to look into the matter. Garnett says he will assign...

  • Photos: A fall colors drive

    The Gazette's Nathan Van Dyne went to the high country to see the fall colors and hit the jackpot!  For the best places to see the aspen, use our interactive map. Also check out this list of Golden drives: Places to see Colorado's aspens Here's an article that will help you maximize your experience. Check out more fall colors...

  • Organizer cancels Boulder Marathon, citing floods

    BOULDER — Organizers are blaming last year's floods and recent deaths in the running community for their decision to cancel the annual Boulder Marathon. The Daily Camera (http://bit.ly/Z2iRP2 ) reports Saturday that the sudden cancellation of the Oct. 5 race confused and angered some would-be competitors. Race Director Jeff Mason says...

  • Parts of Glenwood Canyon path closing for repairs

    GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Crews plan to close parts of the popular path through Glenwood Canyon next week to begin permanent repairs on areas that were heavily damaged by flooding caused by spring runoff. Tracy Trulove, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Transportation, says the path will be closed from the east side of Grizzly...

  • Judge allows damages in lawsuit against Vail

    VAIL, Colo. (AP) — Vail Resorts could have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages to the family of a teenager who died in an avalanche while skiing in January 2012. The Vail Daily (http://bit.ly/1rapoBN) reports Saturday that a district court judge has allowed the parents of 13-year-old Taft Conlin to seek damages if a jury finds...

  • Crack prompts western Colorado bridge to close

    GRAND JUNCTION — A crack in a western Colorado bridge prompted state highway officials to temporarily close it down, which in turn forced a charter school to cancel classes. The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reports (http://tinyurl.com/l8vpz4f ) the bridge is on Colorado 90 near Bedrock, about 50 miles south of Grand Junction and 15...

  • Where are the best places to find aspen in Colorado?

    Where are the best places to see the aspen in Colorado? Find out using The Gazette's Colorado Colors fall color map at http://gazette.

  • Cañon City hosts Bikes & Brews this weekend

    The second annual Bikes & Brews is scheduled Saturday in Cañon City. The event is highlighted by a 100-mile race with a course that leads west of the city, taking cyclists over the Royal Gorge Bridge and through Copper Gulch and Texas Creek before a return to Cañon City. Two shorter rides are also on the schedule along with a micro beer...

  • Hunters urged to target bears near Aspen

    ASPEN — Wildlife officials are urging hunters to focus on areas near Aspen where bears have repeatedly raided campsites for food. The Aspen Times reports (http://goo.gl/AstvNi ) state officials considered hiring professional hunters with U.S. Wildlife Services to kill bears that were raiding sites at Crater Lake near the Maroon Bells....

  • Regulators cite Wolf Creek after avalanche death

    DURANGO — Federal workplace regulators have cited southwestern Colorado's Wolf Creek Ski Area after an employee died during avalanche training held outside of the resort's boundaries. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Sept. 2 that the ski area lacked a way for employees to make emergency contact with base operations or to...

  • Colorado fishing report for Sept. 18, 2014

    Fishing 
report 
Conditions Northeast Colorado Eleven Mile State Park - Trout (good): Big fish are being caught frequently by many happy anglers. Tube jigging has been very effective. Trolling is consistent. Try Tasmanian Devils in 13- and 7-gram size. Shore anglers feeling good particularly at sunset and at night. Kokanee (slow): The fish...

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