Jimmer Fredette added to Nuggets’ Summer League roster, practice resumes Friday after COVID-19 pause
The Nuggets expect to begin their Summer League mini-camp on Friday after a COVID-19 pause with a roster
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Trevor Story blasts two home runs as Rockies clinch series over Cubs
The Rockies' all-star shortstop hit two home runs and drove in three runs in a 6-5 victory over the Cubs as Colorado clinched the three-game
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Dacono’s mayor’s post, two City Council seats up for election in November
Would-be candidates for the Dacono mayor's position and two City Council seats up for election in November could begin circulating petitions this
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BVSD hires enough bus drivers to offer routes at all schools
The Boulder Valley School District, facing a bus driver shortage, hired enough drivers this summer to get all students who registered for bus service to school in the fall -- but still expects to call on other transportation staff to fill in the
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Colorado’s Curecanti recreation area is latest to win dark sky status
The 45,000-acre Curecanti National Recreation Area west of Gunnison on Thursday became an officially-designated dark sky park, bolstering efforts in Colorado to control light
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Running Pikes Peak Part 1: The Trailblazers
Peak Past is a weekly segment written and voiced by Matt Cavanaugh Ph.D, a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army and Senior Fellow at the Modern War Institute at West Point. Cavanaugh is a resident of Manitou Springs where he lives with his wife and two young
The Spot: Denver City Council splits National Western Center projects off from rest of bonding measures
What do new libraries in Globeville and Westwood have in common with a new, 10,000-seat stadium and renovating a 1909 building at the National Western Center campus? Nothing if you ask Denver City Council’s Finance and Governance
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Englewood residents express dismay over contaminated water as boil advisory continues
Englewood residents expressed dismay Thursday as the city's contaminated water situation continued for a second day, with officials hurrying to determine what caused E. coli to seep into the drinking
The numbers are in: Here are Colorado’s 2021 PPP recipients
Colorado businesses were approved for $4.7 billion in PPP loans this year, according to a new data drop from the U.S. Small Business Administration
Maxar reports $45M in profit for Q2
WESTMINSTER — Satellite company Maxar Technologies Inc. (NYSE: MAXR) Thursday reported $45 million in earnings for the second quarter of
4 things to do after your summer internship
As your summer internship wraps up, now is a great time to reflect on your experience and maintain the connections you made. Here are four things to do as you complete your internship and prepare for your next search. Career
Denver-based Healthgrades rebrands, sells marketplace business
The company is splitting into a data-focused business and is selling its marketplace.
GorillaLogic acquires Texas consultancy
BROOMFIELD —  Software development consulting firm Gorilla Logic Inc. has absorbed Austin, Texas-based information technology design consultancy Modernist Studio Inc.

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Encrypted Messaging App Signal Sees Surge in Popularity Following WhatsApp Privacy Policy Update
Encrypted messaging app Signal faced big delays in verifying the phone numbers of new accounts on Thursday because of a sudden surge in people
Amazon Pledging More Than $2 Billion for Affordable Housing in Three Hub Cities
The online retailing giant is planning to make investments over the next five years in and around three of its employment
Executive Order Addressing the Threat Posed By Applications and Other Software Developed or Controlled By Chinese Companies | The White House
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the International Emergency
Archaeology is going digital to harness the power of Big Data
Combining traditional “pick and trowel” field work with a sweeping birds-eye
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Iran Increases Uranium Enrichment at Key Nuclear Facility
The decision to resume enriching uranium to 20 percent could bring the country closer to the capacity to produce a nuclear
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Julian Assange cannot be extradited to US, British judge rules
Judge says it would be ‘oppressive’ to extradite WikiLeaks founder to US, citing concerns for his mental
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Google workers announce plans to unionize
The Alphabet Workers Union will be open to all employees and contractors at Google’s parent
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Canada: Do not to let moose lick your car
The moose like the road salt splashed onto the cars, says a national parks
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A Remembrance of Forrest Fenn
My friend Forrest Burke Fenn passed away at the age of 90 earlier this month, and if I have anything to say about it, far too
Laser-Guided Lightning May Help Prevent Wildfires
Small, portable laser pointers could be used to guide lightning strikes, with a study suggesting the technology may prevent bolts from sparking wildfires, a researcher told AFP
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