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Judge denies bid to dismiss Boulder’s climate lawsuit - A judge has allowed a 2018 lawsuit from Boulder and Boulder County against ExxonMobil Corp.
Russell + Mills Studios acquired by RVi - Russell + Mills Studios Inc., a 17-year-old landscape architecture company with offices in
Pagedip earns $150K from Google fund for Black, Latino entrepreneurs - Document-management application maker Pagedip was recently selected to receive $150,000 as part
Eric Lund out; Louisville Chamber to hire new exec director - Eric Lund is out as the executive director of the Louisville Chamber of Commerce after less
Innosphere Ventures Fund invests in mobile advertising firm - Innosphere Ventures Fund has invested in a $3 million seed funding round for Nickelytics LLC,
Solid Power, BMW extend development agreement - Solid Power Inc. has extended a joint development agreement with BMW of North America LLC
What Are the Best Eye Drops for Cannabis Users? - Dear Stoner: What are the best eye drops for functioning stoners? I've heard Visine isn't good for you if you use it a lot, but is a $20 bottle of eye drops really worth it?…
CEA Industries taps industry veteran to explore merger, sale - CEA Industries Inc. has retained Nicholas Etten to explore  potential merger or
A new program in Colorado recognizes students who didn’t complete their bachelor’s degree with an associate degree - The Colorado Re-Engaged (CORE) initiative became law in 2021, and for the first time, it recognized that more than 25,000 Coloradans invested time and money but for a variety of reasons had to stop their
Award-Winning Colorado Cidery Snow Capped Opens Western Slope Taproom - “This was a very big project, and I’m proud of it," says Snow Capped Cider owner Kari Williams. On July 4, the brand will celebrate the grand opening of its new taproom at 105 Grand Mesa Drive in the heart of Cedaredge,
Supporters of Aurora PD Shooting Victim Take Over City Council Meeting - Aurora's City Council meeting on Monday night, June 24, turned into a racially charged showdown between councilmembers, residents and people speaking out over the shooting death of "another unarmed Black man" at the hands
A tale of two states: Arizona and Florida diverge on how to expand kids’ health insurance - Their plans to expand coverage illustrate key ideological differences on the government’s role in subsidizing health insurance for
‘We’re flying blind’: CDC has 1M bird flu tests ready, but experts see repeat of COVID missteps - A lack of testing means the country might not notice if the virus begins to spread between people — the gateway to another
When the moose is actually kinda chill and decides to pose - submitted by /u/dinglehead [link] [comments]
Suffering from back pain? Scientists say walk it off - When it comes to back pain, according to a recent study, it might be the key to
Construction of the Flatirons 1931 - submitted by /u/rivercharlotte03 [link] [comments]
Rafting accident claims life of New Castle resident on Colorado River - According to a family friend, the Clemente family of New Castle encountered trouble when their raft hit a large wave while rafting on the Colorado River. Despite Matt’s efforts to navigate safely, the raft filled with water and
Atmospheric research in the most extreme place on Earth: Antarctica - Postdoctoral researcher Abhi Doddi is collecting scientific data outdoors in a 70 mph whiteout blizzard. It is just another day of life in Antarctica.
Generic Boulder photo #42 - June 24th, 2024 7:54pm submitted by /u/thegratefulone [link]
Boulder to SF in 4-5 days recommendations? - Dates - july 4th to 8th. this is what i've roughly have. I prefer to see national parks and go through scenic routes on my trip. does it look doable? || || |Day 1:|Boulder to arches| |Day 2:|Arches and Canyonlands|
Denver Nuggets Looking for Next Rocky Mascot According to KSE Listing - Since Kenn Solomon bowed out of performing as Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky in recent years, the road has been a little, well, rockier for the famous mountain cat. Rocky is known for his active antics, famously losing
Investigations reveal “culture of fear,” year-long delay in heart surgeries at VA hospital in Aurora - Federal investigators made a number of recommendations on how to improve morale and patient care at the
Denver Stop on André 3000 Tour in October - Singer-songwriter André 3000 just announced that his fall 2024 tour will be making a stop at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House on October 17. In November 2023, the artist released his debut solo and jazz album, New Blue Sun,
Triangle Blog Blog aims for a sweet spot between local news and progressive politics - When I type “local news Carrboro” into Google in early June, at first glance, there seems to be an abundance of solid resources I can consult about the latest happenings in the small North Carolina town. At the top, there’s the radio station and website
Letters: Sunday opinion devoted to hating on conservative ideals - "Who are the contributors of divisiveness, hate, corruption of truth, and avoiding facts of democracy? It is any contributor to last Sunday's Perspective." -- Hank Urbanowicz,
Broncos set for 16 open training camp practices beginning Friday, July 26 - Broncos fans will have more chances to see Sean Payton’s team in action when training camp opens later this
Girls Weekend Trip - A group of 5 (22-26f) of us are traveling to Boulder for a concert (Odesza!!) on saturday night. we will get there early (7 a.m.) saturday morning and don’t leave until sunday evening or monday morning. I’m trying to find some things we could do or
Softball, rugby, or lacrosse leagues? - Hi there! I recently moved from Seattle to Boulder and am trying to find things to do. With that, I've been looking for open spots on intermural sport teams but have not had any luck since it doesn't seem like I can just join
bars/places that will show the debate on Thursday? - dementia vs felon … go! Anywhere in town usually televise presidential debates? submitted by /u/a_cordial_blueberry [link]
Eat Your Way Through 8 Restaurants at Longmont’s First Food Hall - Pizza, barbecue, and Japanese street fare are among the specialties on the menu at the Front Range’s newest food hall. The post Eat Your Way Through 8 Restaurants at Longmont’s First Food Hall appeared first on
These jobs soared during the pandemic — and they’re here to stay - Workers and employers alike see benefits in these positions continuing in the job
WATCH LIVE: pianist Harmony Zhu plays Schumann, Chopin, Ravel in Aspen - Join the Aspen Music Festival and School for a special recital you can watch LIVE right here at
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Editorial: Dillon Community Church had a plum deal for amphitheater use. Now it’s time for common sense and fairness - Our public facilities can’t be run on a first-come-first-serve basis for 40 years. When you add in the specter of religious favoritism by a government entity, all of a sudden you’ll have threats of lawsuits on your hands. But religion isn't the issue
Blackbelly Brings Bites With Butchers to Denver - Blackbelly is bringing back Bites With Butchers, this time to its new Denver location at 41st and Tennyson, which was formerly home to Il Porcellino Salumi. Benefitting various Colorado-based nonprofits, tickets ($85 per
Colorado State Patrol expands free steering wheel lock program to 9 locations - Colorado residents can pick up free steering wheel locks at nine locations, according to the Colorado State
Sarah McBride poised to become the first transgender member of Congress - McBride will be on the ballot in November to replace U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, D., Delaware, who was first elected in 2016 and is running for Senate this
Opinion: Colorado’s new rules for psychedelic therapy will ensure both safety and accessibility  - This month Colorado regulators released rules for the licensing and training of facilitators in the state’s first-ever psychedelic therapy
Melania Trump won’t move back into the White House if Trump wins: report - An expert on first ladies said Melania Trump 'clearly hated Washington' when her husband was president, a view that's not likely to change if her husband gets a second chance at the
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Calm, conservative, confident: What GOP senators want in Trump’s vice presidential pick - WASHINGTON — Republican members of the U.S. Senate striving for a takeover of their chamber in the November elections have a wish list for what they’d like to see in Donald Trump’s running mate. A “little calmer” than Trump. Confident.
Free Puppy Parenting Workshop at Meadows Branch Library this Friday - For future or current puppy parents - there is a free Puppy Parenting Workshop at the Meadows Branch Library in Boulder this Friday, June 28 from 3-4 p.m. Registration is required, and there are still spots open. For humans only. The workshop is
‘We are protesting both of them.’ Presidential debate draws activists’ ire - Opponents of Atlanta’s planned public safety training center and the ongoing Israel-Hamas war have announced plans to protest ahead of the debate at
Upcoming NAR settlement means ‘summer of uncertainty’ for real estate industry - Realtors and brokers are preparing for a new way of doing business as much still remains up in the
Rosenberg’s Bagels debuts new slider pop-up concept open until 2 a.m. in Five Points - Since the pandemic, Joshua Pollack’s New York-inspired restaurant group “has really changed how we think about growth,” he
Denver Zoo updates name, logo to put focus on wildlife conservation - The 128-year-old City Park institution said its mission has evolved over the years with dozens of global
Body recovery and death investigation underway at Chatfield Reservoir - A water rescue at Chatfield Reservoir turned into a body recovery and death investigation Tuesday morning, sheriff's officials