Updated: July 01, 2015 4:56:53 PM MDT
 
 
 
 
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Boulder's Sanitas Valley Trail re-opens following months of improvements

07/03/2015 08:20 AM MDT
The Fourth of July weekend will feature the return of one of the area's most popular recreational options, with the announcement that the Sanitas Valley Trail reopened Thursday. 
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Lightning strike knocked some Bierstadt hikers unconscious
06/30/2015 12:09 AM MDT - Some victims of a lightning strike were knocked unconscious for as long as five minutes Sunday when lightning struck hikers about 500 feet below the summit of 14,060 foot Mount Bierstadt on Sunday. Full Story

Lightning strike on Mt. Bierstadt injures at least 3
06/29/2015 12:21 PM MDT - A dog died and several people were injured when lightning struck about 500 feet below the summit of Mount Bierstadt on Sunday morning, according to the Clear Creek Sheriff's Department. Full Story

Scrambler in critical condition after falling 50 feet from Boulder's First Flatiron
06/24/2015 02:43 PM MDT - A man was critically injured after falling at least 50 feet Tuesday evening from near the top of the First Flatiron at Boulder's Chautauqua Park, officials said. Full Story

Colorado's wild rainbow trout story could have a fairy tale ending
06/17/2015 09:28 AM MDT - If the Brothers Grimm ever wrote a fable about a fish, the rainbow trout surely would have been cast in the lead role.  Full Story

Visitation to Colorado ski areas slips in 2014-15, but revenues climb
06/11/2015 02:31 PM MDT - Colorado's ski resorts barely missed last year's visitation record, with most counting less than 1 percent fewer visits in 2014-15 compared to 2013-14. Full Story

Boulder's Sanitas Valley trail fix among those slowed by weather
06/09/2015 11:12 PM MDT - Aaron Rogers has hiked the Sanitas Valley trail 100 times by his own estimate. Tuesday, he could not make it 101. Full Story

Sports for all at Vail's GoPro Mountain Games
05/29/2015 11:25 AM MDT - May is often a sleepy, muddy month in Vail. It's a pause of anticipation for the next pulsing season, like the breath you hold before an adventure begins. Full Story

Lyons Outdoor Games draw thousands for extreme sports, suds and sun
05/30/2015 08:06 PM MDT - Thousands of smiling faces — adult, child and dog alike — descended upon Lyons Saturday for the town's 13th annual Outdoor Games, a quintessentially Colorado event that comprises extreme sports, music and, of course, beer. Full Story

RMNP celebrates 100 years with summer full of outings, exhibits
05/29/2015 09:49 AM MDT - The national park that preserves what in the 19th century was reputed to be "the most beautiful country in all of the Americas" celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. Full Story

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Women's basketballCU women's basketball: Versatile Alexis Robinson finds right fit with Buffs

Lappe says freshman wing upgrades CU's athleticism
When Alexis Robinson first arrived in Boulder in early June, she had a brief moment of questioning her decision to become a Colorado Buffalo. Full Story
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Women's basketballCU women's basketball: Versatile Alexis Robinson finds right fit with Buffs

Lappe says freshman wing upgrades CU's athleticism
When Alexis Robinson first arrived in Boulder in early June, she had a brief moment of questioning her decision to become a Colorado Buffalo. Full Story
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Second Story Garage: Boulder's Eminence Ensemble

The term "prog rock" has been reclaimed by younger musicians who never had to live through the genre's bleak era. Prog rock, at least in its Rocky Mountain form, has evolved to emphasize its rock, funk and jam dimensions. And Eminence Ensemble embodies this progression.  Full Story