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drilling in piceance basin in northwest colorado picking up – the denver post


grand junction, colo. — after years of sliding downhill, energy producers have increased plans for drilling in a major basin in northwest colorado.as many as eight rigs could be operating this spring in the piceance basin, said industry officials who spoke to the daily sentinel.industry officials, however, also note that drilling activity is tightly tied to the price of natural gas. while they might have made drilling plans for a period of years, they now are making them on tighter schedules that are more tuned to costs and the prices that natural gas can fetch, the officials said.laramie energy is now running one rig and will go to two rigs in may. “if gas prices hold up, we may add two more rigs in the fall,” said robert boswell, laramie chairman and chief executive officer.terra energy






denver-based jagged peak energy shares face rough launch – the denver post


jagged peak energy expected to price its initial public offering at $16 to $18 a share, but debuted instead at $15 a share on friday, only to drop as low as $13.83 a share before recovering.shares of the denver-based independent oil and gas producer, which trade on the new york stock exchange under the ticker jag, closed monday at $14.50.the company raised $494 million, below the $719.2 million it could have raised had investors accepted $18 a share. the company, in its registration statement, said it plans to use proceeds to repay a $132 million credit line and to fund a $580 million drilling program in the southern delaware basin.the west texas basin is one of the test in the country, with multiple formations stacked on top of each other, which contributes to a lower cost for each barrel






deaths on colorado’s roadways jumped about 11 percent in 2016 to 605 – the denve


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






two $1 million powerball tickets sold wednesday night in colorado – the denver p


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






colorado’s oil and gas industry is making a u-turn – the denver post


after two years of acting as a drag on the colorado economy, the state’s oil and gas industry is once again in a position to help propel it forward.oil prices, which rose after recent opec production cuts, are now high enough to motivate producers to put more rigs to work, which should translate into more domestic production, said erica bowman, chief economist with the american petroleum institute, during a visit to denver on wednesday.“a lot of how colorado fits into the broader national picture will depend on state policies,” said bowman, who was part of a delegation that lobbied state legislators to not p laws that could derail the nascent recovery.colorado has 26 drilling rigs running in the state, compared to a low of 15 rigs working in may and the 76 operating in fall 2014, before sa






16 travel options for skiers who don’t want to drive to colorado’s slopes – the


want to leave the car at home for your next colorado ski trip?a growing list of transportation options — 16 in fact — is available to reach ski resorts.a new online guide, put together by the copirg foundation and snowriders international, was announced tuesday and includes information about trains, buses, ride-share options and shuttles from denver international airport.“given there’s only a couple of routes, and thousands of us are going to just a handful of places, all of us driving our own cars is completely inefficient,” said danny kats, director of copirg, a public interest research group. “however, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in the number of options people have to get to their favorite mountains without driving.”among the car-free options:the colorado department of transportatio






former soldier pleads guilty to second-degree murder in fatal 2016 colorado spri


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






colorado attorney general sues to stop boulder county’s oil and gas moratorium –


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






first colorado avalanche fatality this season reported in northeast garfield cou


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






hickenlooper argues colorado is a better home for outdoor retailer trade show –


jason blevins covers tourism, mountain business, skiing and outdoor adventure sports for both the business and sports sections at the denver post, which he joined in 1997. he skis, pedals, paddles and occasionally boogies in the hills and is just as inspired by the lively entrepreneurial spirit that permeates colorado's high country communities as he is by the views.






two dogs, cat die in southwest denver apartment fire – the denver post


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






$2.8b deal latest land acquisition in energy-rich permian


dallas — an austin-based driller said this week that it's buying about 71,000 acres of land in the energy-rich permian basin for $2.8 billion, becoming the latest energy company to make a major investment in the region.parsley energy said in a statement tuesday that it's purchasing the land from a fort worth oil explorer, double eagle energy permian. the move will bring parsley's holdings in the region to 227,000 acres.the deal comes just a few weeks after exxon mobil corp. announced it was buying the permian basin holdings of the b family, of fort worth, in a more than $6 billion stock and cash deal that doubles its presence in the basin.energy companies have been investing heavily in west texas and parts of new mexico, as oil prices recover from a downturn that saw the energy sector hemo






“the wheels have fallen off” – the denver post


a graduate of wheat ridge high school and the university of colorado, terry frei has been named a state's sportswriter of the year six times -- three times each in oregon and colorado. he mainly covers college football and hockey for the post. he's the author of seven books, including the novel "olympic affair" about colorado's glenn morris, the 1936 olympic decathlon champion.






boulder county, state near showdown over drilling moratorium – the denver post


denver — boulder county and colorado attorney general cynthia coffman were on the brink of a legal showdown friday over the county’s moratorium on oil and gas drilling.coffman, a republican, has set a friday deadline for the county to rescind the moratorium, saying it contradicts a colorado supreme court ruling that only the state can regulate the industry.late thursday, the heavily democratic county wouldn’t budge.county attorney ben pearlman said the county is prepared to defend the moratorium in court. he said he believes the measure is legal because its purpose is to give the county time to revise its outdated regulations.“we’ve been working diligently on that,” he said.coffman said the county is wrong.“plain and simple, boulder county is violating state law and has left my office with






body camera footage first ever to lead to charges against denver police officer


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






denver cop pleads guilty to stealing cash from suspect while his body camera was


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






husband of denver’s district attorney accused of violating grand county burn ord


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






man in critical condition after shooting in colorado springs – the denver post


a man was shot multiple times in a colorado springs parking lot and was taken to the hospital in critical condition saturday a little after 1 a.m.colorado springs police say officers arrived at the parking lot, which is at the intersection of south academy boulevard and chelton road, but were unable to find any witnesses.there is no suspect information at this time. the man’s name has not been released.






man s to death late tuesday in denver – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






colorado’s doug lamborn wants feds to spend less on “sesame street,” more on pen


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






denver coroner releases name of man killed in rtd robbery – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






denver police investigate slaying at rtd station – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






colorado sen. michael bennet adds voice to democratic opposition to jeff session


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






$2.8b deal latest land acquisition in energy-rich permian


dallas (ap) — an austin-based driller said this week that it’s buying about 71,000 acres of land in the energy-rich permian basin for $2.8 billion, becoming the latest energy company to make a major investment in the region.parsley energy said in a statement tuesday that it’s purchasing the land from a fort worth oil explorer, double eagle energy permian. the move will bring parsley’s holdings in the region to 227,000 acres.the deal comes just a few weeks after exxon mobil corp. announced it was buying the permian basin holdings of the b family, of fort worth, in a more than $6 billion stock and cash deal that doubles its presence in the basin.energy companies have been investing heavily in west texas and parts of new mexico, as oil prices recover from a downturn that saw the energy sector






coroner identifies 33-year-old man fatally s by pueblo police – the denver post


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






colorado says it wants at least $16 million from castle in foreclosure lawsuit –


david is a member of the investigations team and has been at the denver post since 1999. he was a founding member of the team before writing about banking, finance, human services, consumer affairs, and business investigations. he has also worked at newspapers in new york, st. louis and detroit over a 35-year career that began at the post.






denver rule requiring protesters to apply for a permit 7 days in a nce is uncons


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






first-degree murder charge filed against man accused of killing rtd security off


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






denver coroner’s work to digitize autopsy reports dating back to 1920 reveals ev


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






adams county coroner identifies 50-year-old man fatally s by commerce city polic


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






graphic video shows fatal rtd a-line collision with van – the denver post


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






cdot triggers berthoud p avalanche that dumps 20 feet of snow on u.s. 40; road t


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






prosecutors charge woman suspected of fatally hitting 16-year-old legacy high sc


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






adams county coroner identifies lakewood man slain in thornton shooting – the de


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






former boulder mayor was driving aggressively, going 22 mph over limit in fatal


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






17-year-old girl dies after skiing into tree at winter park – the denver post


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






principal of d’evelyn high school convicted of harassment, third-degree assault


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






man found in englewood duck pond saturday had been shot several times, body plac


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






hunter s. thompson in colorado – the denver post


a p o editor at the denver post, traylor joined the news organization in 2012 after getting a master's degree in p ojournalism from ohio university's school of visual communication in athens, ohio. before that, he interned as a p ojournalist at the peoria journal star in peoria, ill., the hutchinson news, in hutchinson, kan., and the dispatch and the rock island argus in moline, ill.






26-year-old mexican man killed in breckenridge ski crash is identified, suffered


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






colorado springs police search for drug store bandit – the denver post


a general ignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he e to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






caic says snowbikers triggered fatal garfield county avalanche; photo of slide a


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






denver health plans to opt in to medical aid-in-dying law by july – the denver p


denver health medical center patients who are terminally ill will be able to receive life-ending prescriptions through colorado’s new medical aid-in-dying law, but not until mid-year.denver health has decided to opt in to the new law, but is taking time to develop a policy before opening up the option to patients. the medical center is researching differences between state and federal laws and is “working diligently” to answer questions before putting its policy in place by july 1, the hospital said.until then, patients who wish to use the law will receive referral istance and denver health will transfer relevant records to another health care provider.uc health and kaiser permanente also will participate in the law, which voters p ed in november. about 30 hospitals so far have opted out o






eden prairie museum showcases aviation history year-round


the smell of oil filled the air in the brightly lit airplane hangar crammed with history.from a 1940s jeep to a p-51 d mustang — one of only six in the world to return home from world war ii combat in europe — the restored relics are unquestionably the main attractions at a new aviation museum in eden prairie.although air museums are closing elsewhere, the nonprofit wings of the north bucked the trend and opened a museum just over a year ago after nearly two decades of organizing the annual airexpo aviation show in eden prairie. it now showcases history year-round.“that’s what we’re all about, telling the history,” director bob jasperson said. “we don’t want this history to be lost.”the wings of the north museum, which will mark its second year this summer, is housed in an office building