Wild Horses

  • BLM conducts horse gather on schedule
  • Montrose County declines to appeal lawsuit
  • Schools grapple with negative factor that might never be repaid
  • Mountain Harvest in Paonia supported by 150 volunteers
  • Governor throws support for keeping Marijuana tax money

  • Mesa County DA investigation clears Grand Junction officials
  • Black Canyon receives international dark sky designation
  • Hickenlooper appoints replacement for San Miguel County judge vacancy
  • Wild horse gather in Rio Blanco County draws criticism, group files suit
  • Currently temperate, the political climate in Colorado may be in for a change
Bureau of Land Managment

The Bureau of Land Management will not be having a roundup of Colorado wild horses this year. 


  • BLM will not do a wild horse roundup in Colorado
  • Weekend car crash kills driver
  • Hickenlooper talks highways during meeting of governors
  • Petition to expand gambling set to become ballot measure
  • Buses begin run up Western Slope


  • Jury Summonses Go Out for Case of Accused Palisade Mother
  • Over 1,000 People Gather to Remember Family Lost in Chaffee County Rockslide
  • Mesa Verde National Park Will Back Away from Managing Wild Horses
  • Most Colorado Resort Towns Welcoming Retail Marijuana
  • San Miguel County Commissioners Begin Campaign for Utilities Tax Increase
  • Report from KDNK Carbondale on the Fatal Shooting of an Attempted Kidnapping Suspect outside Grand Junction
  • BLM Officials Release Plans for Wild Horse Round-Up North of Grand Junction
  • Update on Colorado Sheriffs’ Lawsuit Against New Gun Laws from Aspen Public Radio
  • North Fork Mosquito Abatement District Considers Annexing Rogers Mesa
  • Size of West Fork Fire Complex Decreases Slightly, Now at 109,000 Acres
  • Ed Marston Remembers Randy Udall


  • West Elk Mine Has Long Record of Perfect Compliance
  • "Day of Resistance" Rallies Against Gun Control
  • Colorado Wild Horses Moving To Montana
  • Thompson Divide Leasing Options Confusing
  • Illegal Immigrants Likely To Get In-state Tuition
  • What Sequestration Might Mean To Colorado


  • Oil and gas commission discusses setbacks
  • Foreclosure rates in state down, but up in Mesa County
  • Salazar limits the number of wild horses BLM can sell
  • Colorado National Monument to close during storms
  • Powderhorn Mountain Resort set to open Saturday
  • Mesa County Libraries running a Gift Tree program