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Denver will begin replacing street signs this year as it implements a law lowering speed limits on residential streets to 20 mph.
Driving the news: The new signs come more than a year after the Denver City Council voted in December 2021 to change residential speed limits in the city from 25 mph to 20 mph.
Driving the news: Menus are now live for the culinary celebration, which runs March 3-12 and features roughly 180 restaurants.
- Each eatery has created a special, multi-course meal with price tags ranging from $25-$45.
If you thought Denver's January temperatures felt unusually frigid, you were right.
What's happening: Meteorologists say a recent series of Pacific storm systems and Arctic blasts moving across the state brought heavier snow and bitterly cold temperatures.
There's probably not a job in the state that is more "Colorado" than this one.
What's happening: State park ranger Kelli Lewis patrols Eleven Mile Reservoir on hockey skates.
February is stout month — a celebration of the inkiest, richest beers that fit like a sweater for the colder weather.
Be smart: Not all stouts are the same. In fact, you can find at least a dozen variations in Colorado from the dry Irish stouts popular on St. Patrick's Day to the newfangled syrupy pastry brews. Often the styles will blend together, too.
Here's a guide on what to look for:
Denver voters will have 40 candidates to choose from for 13 city council seats.
State of play: Eight incumbent council members are seeking re-election, while five seats are open.
One year after epic lift lines created outrage at Vail Resorts, the company — and skiers — are experiencing less crowded mountains this season. And it's not for lack of snow.
What's happening: The Broomfield-based company's five Colorado resorts — including namesake Vail and Breckenridge — reported skier and rider visits "below expectations" through Jan. 8, per the Colorado Sun.
- That's despite big snow totals and dangerous backcountry conditions in the state.
By the numbers: The candidates have reported a total of $1.63 million from the Fair Elections Fund after the most recent disbursement this week — outpacing total donations their campaigns have received.