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With a budget deficit of more than $600,000 stalking the Girl Scouts of Colorado, summer programs at Sky High Ranch north of Woodland Park have changed. Comment?
Mark Wise, far right, poses for a photograph with members of the United States team preparing for an expedition to the South Pole. Comment?
Members of the Pikes Peak Hotshots hike around the Monument Fire Center Friday morning. Comment?
School : Fountain-Fort Carson High School Parent : Dennis Eddleman College plans : Colorado State University, Fort Collins Other : Highest Honor Roll every semester, 1st Place Air Academy Federal Credit Union Art Scholarship, 1st Place Arkansas River Basin Water Forum Art Scholarship, 3rd Place Pikes Peak Camera Club Photography Contest, January ... (more) Comment?
When "Super Slab," a private toll road from Pueblo to Fort Collins was proposed in 2005, El Paso County's commissioners had little or no say, even though it would have sliced through the eastern part of the county. Comment?
A retired nuclear physicist who has been blamed for starting a wildfire that burned part of Lory State Park says he will be more careful with his home projects. Comment?
The sun is up and the tailgates are down in Fort Collins. It's 2016, the first Saturday in September. Comment?
YoYogurt celebrates its second year in business Wednesday by selling cups of yogurt with all the toppings the cup can handle for 99 cents from 2 to 4 p.m. at all Colorado Springs-area locations. Comment?
FORT COLLINS Colorado has issued few hefty fines against oil and gas companies that violate rules, under a state law that prohibits any energy company from being fined more than $1,000 for a single violation per day. Comment?
Xcel Energy is relaxing some of its water rights on the Colorado River to help Denver Water meet the needs of people on the Front Range and Western Slope. Comment?
The Rev. Steven Voss approached Good Friday as he would any other day. He slipped on a pair of black loafers and went to battle for Fort Collins' souls. Comment?
Colorado Springs finished 134th in a Gallup study of religious fervor in American metropolitan areas - in the bottom third of all cities measured. Comment?
Marijuana is up for a big round of votes Thursday in the Colorado Legislature. Votes are expected on everything from how the newly legal drug should be grown and sold to whether out-of-state visitors should be allowed to buy it. Comment?
Republicans and Democrats are taking another look at how the state funds programs to help students who are learning English as a second language. Comment?
Firefighters in Larimer County are still trying to contain a wildfire that has scorched up to 1,000 acres in the foothills west of Fort Collins. Comment?
A wildfire burning in gusty winds and warm weather in northern Colorado was threatening homes west of Fort Collins on Friday and has prompted more than 50 people to leave the area. Comment?
The vehicles were broken into some time between 6 p.m. Monday and noon Tuesday at self-storage units at 3436 Sinton Rd. Comment?
Colorado regulators grappling with a historic energy boom that's pushing oil rigs to the very doorsteps of suburban schools and homes were among the first in the nation to require companies to disclose the chemicals they use in their new drilling techniques. Comment?
After he received a non-renewal notice from his insurance company last month, Monument resident Bob Meeker shopped around for coverage that would allow him to keep a few old trees, considered fire hazards, on his property. Comment?
Adding toll lanes to highly congested Powers Boulevard is one of the innovative ideas offered recently by Don Hunt, executive director of the Colorado Department of Transportation. 3 comments