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David LeinweberDavid LeinweberJune 29, 20174min1180

As an angler, I appreciate Colorado’s lands for their pristine condition. They bring incredible moments of stunning silence, punctuated only by birds calling and the whisper of the wind blowing. Another day brings a spectacular view of the sun rising over snow-capped mountains. No matter what your attraction is to Colorado’s land, its beauty is appreciable universally.


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Roger HudsonRoger HudsonJune 28, 20175min2330

When was the last time you visited the little town of Castle Rock, Colorado? Has it been awhile? Just south of Denver, for many traveling along I-25 Castle Rock is simply a place we pass on our way to Colorado Springs. Of course, some may stop and fill up. Others might visit the ever-expanding Outlet Mall (slash) Promenade. And that’s just fine with most us who live there. We’re happy to see you, but even happier to see you go home.


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Rachael WrightRachael WrightJune 22, 20178min85

Twenty Years Ago This Week in The Colorado Statesman: Little old Colorado was plunged into the deep end of international politics when Denver hosted eight world leaders from the Group of Seven. Denver rolled out the carpet for national leaders from the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, Russia and the United Kingdom, and on the agenda for discussion were a host of heavy-weight issues including


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Chris BianchiChris BianchiJune 22, 201721min3670

The quick answer: yes. The real answer: it's complicated. Helped by an influx of transplants drawn to Colorado's liberal marijuana laws, high-tech economy and overall high quality of life, the state, by most metrics, is in a considerable economic boom. That same associated population growth, by the way, likely means ...