March 26, 2024

An animal that resembles a wolf is pictured behind Charlie Marshall’s business outside of Leadville in late December 2021. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials could not confirm if the animal is a wolf with the photos provided.
Charlie Marshall/Courtesy photo

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1. FBI warns Colorado residents about recent phone scam

The FBI Denver Division is warning residents in Colorado about a phone scam in which callers are posing as law enforcement officials who claim the person they have called has outstanding warrants or fines, according to a news release.

The callers are using “spoofed” law enforcement phone numbers along with the names, positions and addresses of local officers to persuade potential victims, who are largely women, according to the release.

If you believe you have been a victim of this scam or other fraud activity, call 303-629-7171 or file a complaint with the FBI at

— Summit Daily staff

2. Limiting lift tickets at ski areas could be the new normal as overcrowding becomes pervasive in the industry

Back in November, Vail Resorts announced in a news release that due to the increased demand on winter travel this year, its resorts would be limiting the amount of lift ticket sales during certain holiday periods, including Christmas and New Year’s, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Presidents…

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