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Colorado's economy continues to grow and the state is collecting more tax revenue, but the bulk of the increase is going back to taxpayers and possibly to mandated funding transfers to transportation. That means that despite revenue growth, the … more
Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it. The state Supreme Court ruled Monday that a medical marijuana patient who was fired after failing a drug test cannot get his job back. The case has big implications for … more
Arapahoe Community College earned a $2.3 million workforce training grant to support its Health Information Technology program. Grant initiatives, designed to fill current educational gaps and effectively meet employer needs, will help connect … more
Marj McDonald and Lucy Daberkow of Centennial were among the winners in the national recycling contest called Goodness On The Go, which is sponsored by GoGo squeeze and TerraCycle, according to a press release. The contestants collected GoGo … more
Kevin Grierson of Centennial has been named the new executive director of CitySquare’s Denver operations. The Dallas-based nonprofit organization has a location at 2575 S. Broadway that helps people in need with things like food, bus passes and … more
The Whistling Duck Furniture Co. is opening in Centennial this month. The company offers handmade interior and exterior furniture with an environmentally friendly approach, according to its website, www.whistlingduckfurniture.com. The store at … more
If the pre-opening party at Breckenridge Brewery on June 16 was any indication, the City of Littleton is going to get exactly what it was hoping for in its new riverside attraction. “I like the open layout and I like the view. It's amazing,” … more
On the heels of weeks of rain, flooding has prompted officials to close the west side of Chatfield State Park, including the main entrance off Wadsworth Boulevard. All boat ramps also are closed, … more
The vibrant spread of freshly picked produce is arranged just so. Neatly stacked, piled in miniature buckets. By the way things are going, however, it won't last long. The festival just down Mainstreet certainly isn't hurting business, says Mario … more
Mountain climber and author Jim Davidson will return to CU South Denver, this time to talk about surviving an avalanche on Mount Everest after the April 2015 earthquake. Davidson was ascending the … more
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