Cynthia Swanson's debut book is called "The Bookseller." It takes place in Denver in the 1960s.
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Global Mapping International, a faith-based nonprofit focused on providing research and geographic information software to the mission community, closes its doors Friday.
The late poet Belle Turnbull lived as an out lesbian in Breckenridge in the 1940s. Her work focused on the mountains, especially the gritty realities of mining.
The Fort Collins quartet's latest album is its first with a retooled lineup. But members says it's their most definitive record yet.
A community health leader says healthcare -- particularly for mental health -- has improved and the state is making Medicaid more efficient.
Crowds on Pikes Peak, telescopes atop a Central City hotel, and celebrity scientists with something to prove all greeted the 1878 total solar eclipse in Colorado and Wyoming. A new book recounts those stories as Americans prepare for this year's August 21 eclipse.
Some Aurora motels provide cheap housing without background or credit checks. But development is pressing in, prices are rising and some residents may find themselves living on the streets.
The Colorado director of the National Federation of Independent Business says his members' optimism has surged since November.
An evolving climate is already making an impact in Colorado in areas like the wine and ski industries.
The first Colorado Prairie Music Festival runs June 30 and July 1 in Limon and features The Turnpike Troubadours.