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6:00am

Fri October 14, 2011
Arts & Culture

KUNC Entertainment Report

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The buzz of old audio equipment-- graceful swans-- reeds, benefits and more along Colorado's Front Range this weekend and beyond.

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4:23pm

Thu October 13, 2011
Protests

Colorado Governor Tells Protesters to Leave Park

Protesters along Broadway in downtown Denver try to get the attention of passing drivers.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

Outside the state capitol, the standoff between anti-Wall Street protesters and Colorado authorities has taken yet another turn.  Governor John Hickenlooper said Thursday the Occupy Denver protesters cannot continue camping in the state-owned park overnight. But it’s still unclear whether authorities will start forcefully removing protesters as early as tonight.

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11:37am

Thu October 13, 2011
Politics

Fort Collins Pot Ban Opponents Ahead in Fundraising

Infinite Wellness Center is one of about 20 medical marijuana dispensaries in Fort Collins. The group Concerned Fort Collins Citizens wants to ban storefronts that sell medical marijuana.
Grace Hood

Opponents of a Fort Collins ballot measure that would ban medical marijuana businesses in the city have raised nearly eight times more money than supporters of the ban.

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6:00am

Thu October 13, 2011
Environment

San Juan Wilderness Bill Gains New Supporter

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A bill that would designate about 33,000 acres as wilderness in Western Colorado has gained support from another group promoting the outdoors.

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5:29am

Thu October 13, 2011
Business

New Office Construction Dawns in Broomfield

Construction of new office buildings is not as common as it once was along the Front Range, but a new project in Broomfield is defying that trend. KUNC’s Erin O’Toole talks with Boulder County Business Report publisher Chris Wood to discuss the project and why developers think they see an opportunity.

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