January is “Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month” so you can experience all the joys of the slopes for yourself.
Although someone tried to prove otherwise Saturday, Andy McRoberts, director of Culture, Parks and Recreation Department said none of the city of Greeley’s lakes or ponds can support ice skating. Someone appeared to have fallen through the ice on the Greeley West Park’s pond Saturday morning, when fire crews found tracks leading… Read more »
Dressed in a polar bear costume, Clint Mills surveyed the shores of Boulder Reservoir on a chilly 7-degree day. “In my professional polar bear opinion,” Mills said, “this is perfect plunging conditions.” About 200 folks apparently had the same thought as Mills, as they braved the cold to ring in… Read more »
Tommy Caldwell will open Aspen’s Winter Words author series. Caldwell is known for his historic free-climb ascent of El Capitan’s Dawn Wall.
With Rocky Mountain National Park still operating at limited capacity, hikers are advised to use extreme caution.
Americans are interested in different shows depending on where they live. Colorado shares the same interest as Utah, Idaho and Nebraska.
It’s gonna be a big 2019, sometimes very big, and it will be interesting, as well. Here are the shows to look for.
A mutton bustin’ competition entertained fans during halftime during the Denver Broncos gane at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on Sunday.
DENVER — The Budweiser Clydesdales are visiting the Colorado Capitol on Monday to celebrate the repeal of the state’s Prohibition-era beer laws. Eight horses will be hitched to the red beer wagon near the west steps of the statehouse at 2 p.m. Monday to celebrate how, on Jan. 1., the… Read more »
After Sylvia Hoffman tried out to become America’s Next Olympic Hopeful, she made the USA Bobsled team. Now she’s winning.