In the past year the SBA approved more than 2,500 low-interest disaster assistance loans.
Rep. Joe Salazar is crafting legislation that would require schools with those mascots to get approval to use them.
The deal will join the two resorts into what could be the largest ski area the nation.
Some feared the small mountain town wouldn't survive the devastating flooding that washed through town in September 2013.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include an exhibition opening from Denver artist Joellyn Duesberry and a tribute to 1960s bohemian culture.
Graham Sutton's discoveries as a mineral brokers come with some wild tales, including a petrified tree that unlocks secrets about ancient times.
A former first lady of Colorado helped launch a 10-year plan to preserve the governor's mansion for future generations. Six years later, the mansion is less than a tenth of the way there.
Read a pithy and eloquent preview of upcoming events in the Colorado arts world by the state's new poet laureate, Joseph Hutchison.
The film, "Valley Uprising," documents the rise in popularity of rock climbing beginning in the 1950s and the counterculture and infighting that surrounded it.
Labor costs, international competition and concerns over long-term water supplies have worked against chile producers.