Two rural Colorado electric cooperatives will receive $48.5 million in loans from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to modernize electric grids and increase security.
December brought above-average snowpack to most of Colorado, but Arkansas Basin snowpack remains low.
Arkansas River report in southeast Colorado for September 22, 2022.
Southern Colordo Arkansas River report for August 25, 2022.
Diana C. Bull has been appointed to the Chaffee County Court in Colorado's 11th Judicial District.
Whitewater rafting and kayaking enthusiasts, who make the Arkansas River one of the most popular whitewater rivers in the nation, received good news this week from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), which manages flows in the river.
The BOR released its May forecast regarding the availability of water for the Voluntary Flow Management Program (VFMP) in the Arkansas River for the upcoming whitewater season and projected a minimum of 10,000 acre feet of water will be available for recreational purposes.
The Bureau of Land Management's Royal Gorge Field Office is seeking public comments on its draft environmental assessment (EA) on a proposal to add new motorized and non-motorized trails to the Fourmile Trail System outside Buena Vista.
Permits go on sale Monday to cut your own Christmas tree in the San Isabel National Forest, while permits are already available in other forests across Colorado.
The Salida Ranger District of the San Isabel National Forest will be selling the permits through December 22 for $10 each, with a limit of two permits per family.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking the public for information about two bull elk found dead and abandoned about a half-mile from the summit of Cottonwood Pass, along County Road 306, Sunday, November 5.
If you want to have a voice in how Colorado Parks and Wildlife manages the Buffalo Peaks elk herd, your time has arrived.
As part of the process of revising the herd management plan that will guide CPW for the next 10 years, the wildlife agency has scheduled two public hearings in coming weeks to invite hunters, ranchers and the public to influence policies governing the herd.