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  • Glenwood Springs getting another hot springs park

    GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Glenwood Springs is getting another hot springs park. Developers of the Iron Mountain Hot Springs at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park are holding a groundbreaking ceremony Monday at the site of the historic Iron Springs Spa west of Two Rivers Park. The property has been vacant since 1996 when the historic bath house and...

  • Custer County officials find boy who went missing on hunting trip

    UPDATE Custer County authorities on Sunday morning have located a boy who was reported missing while on a hunting trip with family. Custer County Search and Rescue says Clayton Jones, 13, has been found, according to a report by the Canon City Daily Record. Clayton went missing Saturday in the area near Highway 165 and Ophir Creek Road,...

  • Blizzard Saturday in Colorado? No, just a radio test

    Ham radio operators and listeners might hear about some extreme weather this Saturday as part of a test of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service, ARES, of Colorado. It's just a test, though. Pikes Peak ARES will flash back to the blizzard of October 1997 from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday for its annual Simulated Emergency Test. The service...

  • Ski season starts with opening of Arapahoe Basin

    KEYSTONE — Ski season is officially starting in Colorado with the opening of Arapahoe Basin. Some skiers were lined up before dawn Friday to make turns on the single intermediated tail opening at 9 a.m. A-Basin began making snow Oct. 2 and, over the course of several days, created the 18-inch base necessary for opening. The ski area also...

  • Nepal blizzard, avalanche death toll rises to dozens and more likely

    KATMANDU, Nepal — Search teams rescued dozens of stranded foreign trekkers and recovered 10 more bodies Thursday in the wake of a series of blizzards and avalanches that battered the Himalayas in central Nepal, leaving at least 27 people dead. About 70 people were still missing along or near the popular Annapurna trail, said Ganga Sagar Pant...

  • Fremont County is prime turf for dinosaur remains

    A rare morning rainstorm that swept through Cañon City last Thursday turned the normally dusty hills around the dinosaur "gold mine" at Marsh Quarry into a soggy mess. It put a damper on a rededication ceremony for the Bureau of Land Management's recently expanded Garden Park National Natural Landmark, but there might have been an upside....

  • Colorado fishing report for Oct. 16, 2014

    Fishing report Conditions Northeast Colorado Eleven Mile - Trout (Good): The past week saw mixed results. Those who know the lake well changed their tactics and still caught fish. Tasmanian Devils on the troll were the most productive. Rapalas are also coming on. Fly fishermen are doing great on buggers and many crawfish patterns. Bait...

  • Ski season set to launch Friday in Colorado

    Colorado's ski season begins Friday - at Arapahoe Basin. The high-altitude ski area west of Denver made its announcement Wednesday afternoon - meaning it will edge out Loveland Ski Area, the other front-runner in the annual race to open. "Conditions have been outstanding for snowmaking and we are very excited to open this Friday," Alan...

  • Colorado Springs' Andy Potts takes fourth in IRONMAN World Championship

    KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii — Germany's Sebastian Kienle won the Ironman World Championship for the first time Saturday, beating American Ben Hoffman by more than five minutes. The 30-year-old German completed the 2.4-mile ocean swim, 112-mile bike leg and marathon run in 8 hours, 14 minutes, 18 seconds. He was 38th after the swim and took the lead...

  • Colorado climbers missing for days fell; 1 killed

    ASPEN — Two Colorado men climbing some of the state's most famous mountains both fell after going off an unfamiliar trail on their way down a peak, killing one man and leading to the rescue of the other two days after they went missing. David Richardson, 32, of Vail, survived despite fresh snowfall, but Jarod Wetherell, 37, of Avon, had died...

  • Mesa County considers ATVs on county roads

    GRAND JUNCTION -€” Mesa County commissioners are considering allowing all-terrain vehicles on county roads. Supporters say the vehicles would allow more access to public trails and would be a great tourist attraction that would provide an economic boost. According to the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (http://tinyurl.com/oxpgzbs), a public...

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