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Saturday, September 24, 2022
Heather Enos, left, and her two sons George, 4, and Tad, 7, cheer as graduates pass by during a 2020 graduation parade on Saturday, May 9, 2020 in the Heatherwood neighborhood in Boulder. Graduation ceremonies...
Gov. Jared Polis extended COVID-19 pandemic relief orders for another month Sunday to ease pressure on residents struggling to pay rent and utilities bills and receive unemployment insurance payments. Polis also granted county commissioners greater authority...
DENVER — Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has warned Coloradans to be on the alert for fraudulent charities seeking to make money on the COVID-19 virus disaster. “The COVID-19 public health crisis is tremendously impacting...
Downtown Denver will be twinkling like never before this holiday season. Two traditional light displays will anchor three new attractions in between, making for an exciting evening out on the town in the heart of...
Super Tuesday’s 14 Democratic presidential primary will dole out 1,338 delegates. Here’s who voters in Boulder County and Colorado chose. This tally is the final update from Tuesday night. Boulder County Cory Booker — 0.10% Pete Buttigieg* —...
A relatively healthy population, fewer people living in poverty and strong compliance with social-distancing rules have helped Colorado avoid the high death tolls some states have endured from COVID-19. But there’s no telling if the...
About one in five U.S. tax filers owed the federal government money on their 2017 returns, but in Colorado, that ratio is closer to one in four, according to a study from SmartAsset. “In 2017, 24.2%...
COLORADO, USA — More than one in ten people struggle with hunger and face times when there is not enough money to buy food. Many will turn to food banks to help bridge the...
In Colorado and across the nation unemployment insurance claims have skyrocketed as state and local governments have ordered non-essential businesses to close amid the coronavirus outbreak. While the full economic impact of the virus may not...
DENVER — The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will begin discussions this summer about how exactly it will change its mission in response to mandates from Senate Bill 181, last year’s sweeping reforms to...