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Reader: The Problem Is the Pet Owners, Not the Pets
A change.org petition asks for more access at
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A greater goal: B Corps embrace social, environmental values, not just profits
Boulder County's certified B Corporations place social and environmental values on equal footing with turning a
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For Indigenous rights activists in Colorado, pandemic brought momentum and pushback
Tziavii Stevens was born in Denver, and grew up mostly on a reservation in Nevada. She was the only girl on the reservation with a Paiute name. Tziavii means “the wild rose.” Stevens didn’t grow up particularly politically engaged, but that changed when
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Littwin: We’re a year into the pandemic, and it’s time to judge how well (or not) Gov. Polis has done
On Friday night, Gov. Jared Polis would mark — virtually, of course — the one-year anniversary of the coronavirus pandemic in Colorado. We mark it to grieve the nearly 6,000 Coloradans who have died thus far from COVID-19, along with the more than 500,000
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Carman: COVID has revealed systemic injustice that we all finally must face
This week marks a dramatic milestone. It’s been a year since COVID-19 altered life as we knew it. Happy anniversary, baby. We’ve been stuck at home together for 12 months.  We’ve had Zoom book clubs, cocktail hours, meetings and Pilates classes.
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Nicolais: Does political extremism breed ethical lapses?
Over the past week I ran across a few bits of information that led me to pose the following question: Is there something about being on the fringe extremes of the political spectrum that correlates to ethical lapses? First, Denver political activist Darrell
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Rep. Lindsey Daugherty: Colorado must do more for its youth in foster care
Sitting on the sidelines has never been my strong suit. Long before I was elected to represent Colorado state House District 29, and even before I became an attorney, I have been harnessing my energy to advocate on behalf of others.  In fact, the first
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Opinion: Denver’s marijuana-hospitality proposal would create a health hazard for workers and the public
In a time where there is more emphasis placed on public health and safety in the workplace, it is surprising that an ordinance has been drafted to bring marijuana/cannabis smoking and vaping into Denver’s restaurants, bars, marijuana businesses and other
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Opinion: The election, the Capitol attack and Black Lives Matter come to a kindergarten classroom in rural Colorado
If you had driven 17 miles from Colorado Springs to my hometown of Woodland Park during the 2020 presidential election, the first thing you’d see would be a large Confederate flag. During the election, our county, Teller, was pronounced “Trump County”
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Family-owned Moe’s Broadway Bagel renovates formerly vacant Longmont building
Husband and wife John and Patty Sherman have run Moe's Broadway Bagel for 29 years, honing a following for crispy and chewy New York-style
Daily Camera
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U.S. gives hope to previously denied asylum seekers in camp
In a camp at the U.S.-Mexico border, some asylum seekers were told by officials that the U.S. government may reopen their cases and they would eventually be able to enter the U.S. to wait out the asylum
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Frederick Administrative Services building closed through Friday due to COVID-19 cases
Frederick temporarily closed its Administrative Services building on Friday after five employees tested positive for
Daily Camera
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Statement on March 6 University Hill Incident
We are aware of a large party on University Hill on Saturday evening and allegations of violence toward police officers responding to the scene. We condemn this conduct. It is unacceptable and irresponsible, particularly in light of the volume of
CU Independent
Dozens rally before ex-officer put on trial in Floyd’s death
Dozens of people gathered in front of the Minnesota governor’s mansion on Saturday to demand accountability for police officers, days before a former Minneapolis officer is scheduled to go on trial in the death of George
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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