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The City of Steamboat Springs, owner of Howelsen Hill ski area, has settled the wrongful death case brought by Maureen Ryan, the mother of Cooper Larsh. Larsh died on...
Avalanche information centers in Colorado and Utah are again partnering for the Know Before You Go campaign. The program is provided by Friends of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center and the Utah Avalanche Center. Instructors will be sent to youth groups throughout North America to present an instructional video and make a presentation highlighting avalanche […]
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The recent snowfall is proof that we are quickly entering the winter months and that it is time to prepare vehicles for cold weather travel. Vehicles should be inspected to ensure they are roadworthy for adverse conditions. Inspection items include wiper fluid level and tire tread. For Colorado mountain travel, […]