When Blondie’s Diner closes around 9 p.m. and a table of hunters finish their green chili cheeseburgers and head back to their hotel, the town of Naturita feels a bit like a ghost town.
There are two new marijuana dispensaries still open late with green neon signs, but on a November night at the start of hunting season, not many customers are partaking.
It’s a good day when Tammie Delaney hears a train rumbling down the tracks outside of the century-old granary building she owns in Hayden.
“Oh, you get the train noise today!” she shouts as a train whistle pierces the usual silence in the small town of about 2,000 people.
There were the usual jokes and friendly banter between the House and Senate.
State lawmakers from both sides of the aisle exchanged hugs in a chamber that felt a bit like a school getting back to work after an eight-month break.
With short-term drought plans finished, water managers from across the Southwest recently gathered in Las Vegas to figure out what’s next
KBUT’s Capitol Coverage Reporter Scott Franz talks with State Rep. Dylan Roberts (D-Avon) on his effort to create a new healthcare plan in Colorado.