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4:38pm

Thu June 9, 2011
Water

Colorado Wildlife Commission Signs Off on Water Projects

The headwaters of the Colorado River are in Grand County.
Photo courtesy of Real Vail

State wildlife commissioners have given unanimous approval to mitigation plans for a pair of proposals that would send more water from the Upper Colorado River basin over the mountains to the booming Front Range.

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4:18pm

Thu June 9, 2011
Law Enforcement

Multi-State Campaign Warns of Immigration-Services Scams

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

The Colorado Attorney General’s Office is joining a multi-state effort to help immigrants steer clear of scams targeted at them.

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12:18pm

Thu June 9, 2011
Politics

President Creates White House Rural Council, Colorado Likely to Benefit

Creative Commons

Calling rural communities the “key to a stronger America” – President Barack Obama signed an executive order today establishing the first ever White House Rural Council.

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12:07pm

Thu June 9, 2011
Politics

Rep Polis Calls for ‘Data Driven’ Professional Development for Teachers

Rep. Jared Polis talks in front of summer school students at Justice High School in Lafayette.
Grace Hood

Democratic Congressman Jared Polis was in Lafayette today to discuss education reform and a new bill that would enhance professional development for teachers.

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5:00am

Thu June 9, 2011
Business

Xcel Wants to make Boulder “Greenest” City in the World

The city of Boulder and utility provider Xcel Energy are embroiled in a controversy over a new franchise agreement. But the company offered a new proposal this week that could make Boulder the “greenest” city in the world. KUNC’s Brian Larson speaks to Boulder County Business Report Publisher Chris Wood.

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