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Colorado homeowners who rented their properties last year on Airbnb earned $183 million from 1.2 million guests. That's a 68 percent annual increase in number of guests, revealing the explosive growth of short-term rentals in Colorado.
When Pat Sobek enrolled in college for the first time at age 49, she found confidence, her passion for helping others stay fit and a love of running that, even at 72, keeps her pounding the pavement nearly every day.
On Jan. 11, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission voted to approve the creation of a seasonal closure on shed antler and horn collection on all lands west of Interstate 25 administered by CPW or the federal government from Jan. 1 through April 30 annually.
The thing to keep in mind about ice fishing, apart from it being lots of fun in a mildly moronic, masochistic way, is that it's entirely possible to fall through the ice and experience, at the very least, a sudden blast of icy water so shockingly cold that it renders you stunned, and gasping like beached carp.
Toeing that line is the most isolating place on the court.
It hardly seems fair that out of 84 total feet from end to end and of all the spots across the 50-foot-wide space that so much of the game comes down to this single area.
FORT COLLINS — The Larimer County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting that occurred Tuesday afternoon at a home in the 400 block of North Timberline Road in Fort Collins in unincorporated Larimer County.
Children who will be 3 or 4 years old by Oct. 1, 2018, may be eligible for free preschool, could participate in the tuition-pay program or may receive special education services in preschool if they qualify, according to a press release.
Representatives of the Larimer County District Attorney's office asked the Larimer County commissioners for just over $30,000 to pay for a juvenile diversion coordinator, knowing that a denial of that request would boost their grant application for the same funding.
<p>A new study finds that the Great Outdoors Colorado program that harnesses lottery money to improve parks and trails and preserve open space has given the state a significant economic boost over the past decade.</p>