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Tipton condemns Trump for ‘appalling’ comments but maintains support for GOP presidential candidate

Tipton condemns Trump for ‘appalling’ comments but maintains support for GOP presidential candidate

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton on Sunday joined other Colorado Republicans in condemning the vulgar and sexist comments of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump in a 2005 video exposed by the…

With tough talk on immigration, terrorism, law and order, Trump brings down the house in Loveland

With tough talk on immigration, terrorism, law and order, Trump brings down the house in Loveland

News from Donald Trump’s campaign rallies Monday in Colorado have centered mostly on the Republican presidential candidate’s defense of the drilling and mining industries and on his response to thorny…

Could Colorado revive ski train concept beyond Winter Park?

Could Colorado revive ski train concept beyond Winter Park?

Some of the biggest applause of the evening at the annual Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum Hall of Fame induction dinner in Vail on Saturday came when the revived Winter…

Tipton, Schwartz race heats up with dueling charges of false ad campaigns

Tipton, Schwartz race heats up with dueling charges of false ad campaigns

Colorado’s sleepy 3rd Congressional District – a mostly uncompetitive and politically off-the-radar race in recent years – has suddenly become much more heated in recent weeks, with incumbent Republican Scott…

Riding post-debate bump in Colorado, Trump plans two Front Range rallies on Monday

Riding post-debate bump in Colorado, Trump plans two Front Range rallies on Monday

In the last weeks before voter ballots land in mailboxes across Colorado, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is making a push to woo voters in the crucial western swing state.…

State Sen. Baumgardner blasted by Dem challenger for misusing public resources at CDOT

State Sen. Baumgardner blasted by Dem challenger for misusing public resources at CDOT

For an obscure rural district encompassing the vast northwestern corner of Colorado, state Senate District 8 has certainly seen its share of nasty politics over the past four years. Look…

Schwartz, Tipton look to link one another to presidential candidates

Schwartz, Tipton look to link one another to presidential candidates

Former state Sen. Gail Schwartz has repeatedly accused U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton of being “bought and sold” by special interests such as coal mining and oil and gas companies, but…

Small Colorado town may get its wilderness water back after more than 35 years

Small Colorado town may get its wilderness water back after more than 35 years

Who says Congress can’t get anything done? Well, a lot of people. But on Tuesday the House of Representatives actually passed a bipartisan bill that should prove very helpful for…

Polis optimistic wilderness bill will someday make it through Congress

Polis optimistic wilderness bill will someday make it through Congress

Congressman Jared Polis, a Boulder Democrat who represents Summit and eastern Eagle counties, expressed optimism this week that his long-running battle to add more than 40,000 acres of federal land…

Colorado congressman predicts oil and gas local control measures won’t go away

Colorado congressman predicts oil and gas local control measures won’t go away

Even if a controversial local control oil and gas question fails to land on November’s ballot, U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, D-Boulder, says the Colorado Legislature will ultimately have to deal…