Tue April 9, 2013

Colorado Snowstorm Delivers Heavy Winds, School Closings

Cold and windy conditions keeping drivers off the normally busy 20th St in Greeley
Erin O'Toole KUNC


Tue April 9, 2013

Colorado Lawmakers Wrap Up Work On The ‘Long Bill’

KUNC File Photo

The only thing Colorado lawmakers are required to do within their annual 120 day session is approve a budget. And despite some sharp disagreements between Democrats and Republicans last week, work on what’s known as the ‘long bill’ is largely over.

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Mon April 8, 2013

The Search Begins For Century-Old Colorado Farms

The state's historical society has recognized more than 400 farms and ranches in Colorado that have been owned by the same family for a century or longer.
Credit Sara Brooks / Greeley History

History Colorado, the state’s historical society, is on the hunt for farms that have been around for one hundred years or more. 

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Mon April 8, 2013
Arts & Life

Pay Phones On Boulder's Pearl Street Mall To Disappear

A rarity these days, pay phones still exist in Colorado - in a few places
Katina Rogers Flickr - Creative Commons


Mon April 8, 2013

Despite Sequester, Colorado Business Leaders Remain Confident

Leeds Business Confidence Index
University of Colorado Boulder

Confidence among Colorado business leaders is up sharply in the second quarter of 2013, despite earlier fears that sequestration would impact the economy.

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