Updated: October 28, 2014 7:48:54 PM MDT
 
 
 
 
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Pint-sized dwelling can help extend your camping season

10/26/2014 01:50 PM MDT
Call them the retro-revival spin-off of the "tiny home" movement, the growing interest in simplifying, minimizing and going small. Or call them an inexpensive and easy solution to camping in Colorado's unruly weather this year. But business for Boulder-based Colorado Teardrop Campers is surging, even as temperatures soon will be dropping. 
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Keystone, Copper Mountain delay openings because of warm weather
10/28/2014 02:44 PM MDT - Unseasonably warm weather has led to two Colorado ski resorts to delay their openings, scheduled for Halloween. Full Story

Few takers on Boulder's new 'green tag' classes for dog owners
10/27/2014 05:15 PM MDT - Fewer than 3,000 people have signed up to take the required class for Boulder's voice-and-sight program for dog owners. That's out of an estimated 20,000 people that the city thought would continue to participate in the program, which allows dogs to walk off-leash on designated trails. Full Story

Boulder Valley Velodrome asking for help from Erie building officials
10/22/2014 09:21 PM MDT - After more than two-and-a-half years of building, and some notable setbacks, owners Doug Emerson and Frank Banta are asking for help from the town of Erie to get things rolling at the much-anticipated Boulder Valley Velodrome. Full Story

Colorado ski resorts: An updated guide to the basics, mountain stats
10/16/2014 09:09 PM MDT - Where resorts have announced their single-day lift-ticket pricing, it is included. When not yet released, last year's prices are offered for comparison purposes. Full Story

Prescribed burn will close Boulder County's Heil Valley Ranch open space this weekend
10/21/2014 09:43 AM MDT - Heil Valley Ranch will close over the weekend as Boulder County Parks and Open Space and the Boulder County Sheriff's Office Wildland Fire Management Program conduct a prescribed burn on Saturday. Full Story

Arapahoe Basin opens as Colorado's ski season begins
10/17/2014 10:08 AM MDT - Ski season in Colorado has begun. Arapahoe Basin opened its slopes at 9 a.m. giving skiers and boarders a chance "to make turns on the intermediate High Noon trail," the resort said.  Full Story

With no sanctioned replacement to Boulder Marathon, officials warn about 'rogue' race
10/02/2014 08:53 PM MDT - If a replacement race for the Boulder Marathon is going to happen in the city or any part of unincorporated Boulder County on Sunday, it will be without local government permission. Full Story

Running Under the Influence: Life is short, drink the good stuff
09/29/2014 09:07 PM MDT - My mom, sister and I participated in the Race for the Cure, as we have every single year since it began. At first, we ran in honor of my grandmother, who fought breast cancer for the better part of 35 years. Years later, we added my other grandmother's name to the list. Then, my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer - and the floor dropped out from under us. Full Story

2 'ill-prepared' climbers rescued after getting stuck after dark on Boulder's third Flatiron
09/28/2014 08:41 AM MDT - Boulder County rescue teams worked late Saturday night to bring down two climbers who found themselves trapped near the top of the third Flatiron after the sun went down, sheriff's officials said. Full Story

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Former Colorado star Dinwiddie makes NBA debut in Denver

Pistons guard plays seven minutes in loss to Nuggets
DENVER — Wednesday was a night that Spencer Dinwiddie will never forget. Yet, in typical Dinwiddie fashion, he wasn't as concerned with himself as he was with his team. Full Story
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Former Colorado star Dinwiddie makes NBA debut in Denver

Pistons guard plays seven minutes in loss to Nuggets
DENVER — Wednesday was a night that Spencer Dinwiddie will never forget. Yet, in typical Dinwiddie fashion, he wasn't as concerned with himself as he was with his team. Full Story
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Second Story Garage: Strange Americans

It's refreshing when bands don't have to tie themselves in knots when describing their music. Strange Americans play rock 'n' roll. That's what they say and that's who they are, and that's what they did when they played the garage. Full Story