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  • 3-stage women's race added to USA Pro Challenge 2015

    BRECKENRIDGE — The USA Pro Challenge on Tuesday announced a three-stage women's race will be held this summer for the first time in conjunction with the men's race. It will begin in Breckenridge Aug. 21 with an individual time trial, coinciding with a men's time trial. It will continue the next day in Fort Collins and conclude in...

  • Rocky Mountain National Park to allow mountain bikes

    ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — Mountain biking in Rocky Mountain National Park is close to reality. The National Park Service has finalized a report that allows mountain biking on a 2-mile stretch of trail on the park's west side near Grand Lake. The Fort Collins Coloradoan reports (http://tinyurl.com/q9r7476 ) the trail will be the...

  • Popular Colorado bike path reopens for season

    GLENWOOD SPRINGS— Transportation officials have reopened a popular bike path through Glenwood Canyon. The Glenwood Springs Post Independent reports (http://bit.ly/1IG6clH ) maintenance crews have been trimming trees, patching holes and sweeping the path over the past week. Weather permitting, the path will be open for the season, but the...

  • Colorado drilling plan has safeguards for Dinosaur Monument

    DENVER — A new plan for oil and gas development on federal land in energy-rich northwestern Colorado includes stepped-up projections for areas near Dinosaur National Monument. The plan released by the Bureau of Land Management Friday would also ease restrictions on what time of year drilling rigs can operate if well sites are consolidated to...

  • Free online course from CU-Boulder explores water issues in the West

    How has the scarcity of water in the West caused so much controversy? A free online course that begins Wednesday by experts at the University of Colorado in Boulder will answer that question and lead students on a virtual journey as water makes its way from snow-capped mountains to taps. “Water in the Western United States” is CU-Boulder’s...

  • Lawmaker wants study on managing Colorado bear population

    DENVER — A Colorado lawmaker who has called for the state to add a summer month to the hunting season for black bears will instead try to persuade officials to study bear overpopulation and how to reduce conflicts with humans. Lawmakers have been struggling with how to handle the booming population of black bears. Proposals to allow more...

  • Feds stand behind Wolf Creek land swap despite criticisms

    DURANGO — The U.S. Forest Service is standing behind its decision to allow a land swap that would provide access to a proposed village near the Wolf Creek Ski Area in southwestern Colorado. The agency announced Thursday that Deputy Regional Forester Maribeth Gustafson affirmed the decision, announced in November, following a review of...

  • Snowcast: Fresh powder unlikely for Colorado's high country

    The weather pattern for the next week will bring more warmth. Even at high elevations, snow looks unlikely. The weekend features plenty of sun, with not much chance for moisture. By early to mid next week, a couple of smaller systems will move through the area. They likely will favor areas east of the mountains with any moisture they produce....

  • Colorado Senate considers expanded snow tire requirement

    DENVER — A debate over expanding requirements for snow tires on Colorado highways faces a test Thursday in the state Senate. The bill would require snow tires or chains on noncommercial vehicles at all times during winter and spring months, an attempt reduce accidents and mountain traffic. The measure has already passed the House. The...

  • Colorado Springs area outdoor events starting March 26, 2015

    ALMANAC Cycling ONGOING The Colorado Springs Cycling Club - For all ages and abilities; bikesprings.org. Pizzeria Rustica Cycling Club - 2 p.m. second Sundays, Pizzeria Rustica 2527 W. Colorado Ave.; pizzeriarustica.com. Hiking ONGOING Garden of the Gods Visitor and...

  • Flow boosted for Arkansas River

    The Arkansas River is rumbling a little higher through Pueblo this week as water released from Pueblo Dam makes its way to John Martin Reservoir. About 5,000 acre-feet (1.6 billion gallons) is being released under leases made by Colorado Springs Utilities and the Pueblo Board of Water Works. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is leasing 2,000...

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