Update below: The two-month period during which Colorado farmers could register to grow hemp for the 2014 growing season closed on May 1. As of 4:30 p.m. that day, state records show that 42 people or businesses were approved to grow hemp and another 53 had applied but were not yet approved. And the ... More >>
Earlier this week, we told you about a mind-blowing photo we came across on the otherwise ho-hum Alamosa County website. But the badassery isn't courtesy of the county itself. Instead, officials politely informed us that the credit belongs to Jay Young, manager of Colorado Gators Reptile Park.
County websites -- and the photos that decorate them -- are usually pretty boring. Snow-covered mountains, orange sunsets, red barns, staid county commissioners dressed in suits and ties. Which is why we were stoked when we came upon this badass shot on the Alamosa County website.
Big pics below.Update: Opponents of Senator Kent Lambert's immigration bills have dismissed them as Arizona-imitating, Latino-alienating and budget-busting. As for proponents of the measures, they've now got a rallying cry in the hit-and-run accident that killed Jose Medina near the Rockstar ... More >>
"I won. Really. Don't listen to what that other guy says."As the clock ticked toward midnight on Tuesday, Dean Toda, spokesman for Democratic senatorial candidate Andrew Romanoff, sounded simultaneously woozy and blissed out. "I haven't had my first drink yet," he said with a laugh as the che ... More >>
In the murder trial of Krystal Voss, doubt was everywhere and nothing was reasonable.
A Shaking Story
The police say Krystal Voss shook her son hard enough to kill him. The evidence says something else.
He was the law in these parts, but now Alamosa's former DA may be one toke over the line.
A young labor organizer was sexually assaulted by a colleague. Was Local 7 to blame?
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