Nearly 3 million Coloradans own a Fluffy, a Fido, or a Flounder. Yes, we love our pets in the Centennial State. To celebrate that affection, we present our 2008 pet guide—a look at the best pet paraphernalia Colorado has to offer.
After fielding a lousy product for years, Charlie and Dick Monfort found themselves at the helm of a pennant-winning baseball team last October, after the Rockies went on their improbable tear. Was it dumb luck or part of the plan?
While Colorado and the rest of the country have been focused on Obama, Clinton, and McCain, Republican Bob Schaffer and Democrat Mark Udall have been quietly laying the groundwork in their campaigns for Colorado's open U.S. Senate seat. Though their political philosophies couldn't be more different, both men are following remarkably similar strategies. Here, we trace the 10 steps Schaffer and Udall are taking in what promises to be one of the most fiercely contested races in the country.
With 72 percent of National Park visitors seeking audible peace, the National Park's Natural Sounds Program is out to stop the roaring jet thunder from muting a calling jay. Listen here to the sounds the program aims to protect.