Tue December 3, 2013
Oil and Gas

Following Recount, Broomfield’s Fracking Moratorium Narrowly Passes

Broomfield election officials (left) worked to finalize initial election results in November before an automatic recount was triggered. To the right, several election observers look on as votes are counted.
Grace Hood KUNC


Thu November 14, 2013
Business Report

Fort Collins Leads The Way In NoCo For Energy Efficient Building

A new LEED-certified duplex being built by Habitat for Humanity in Denver, Colo.
Jessica Reeder Creative Commons/Flickr


Wed November 13, 2013

Emerald Ash Borer Quarantine Hopes To Limit Further Infestation

Emerald Ash Borer

The state department of agriculture has enacted an emergency quarantine to prevent untreated ash tree products and nursery stock from leaving Boulder County because of the Emerald Ash Borer.

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Tue November 12, 2013
Colorado Flood

Flood Damage On U.S. Forest Service Land Approaches $17 Million

Camp Dick Campground on the Boulder Ranger District during the flood.
U.S. Forest Service

The U.S. Forest Service has released initial infrastructure damage estimates from the September floods. 232 roads, 70 trails, 4 bridges and 42 facilities were damaged—adding up to almost $17 million in repairs needed.

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Wed November 6, 2013

Boulder-Owned Utility Takes Another Step Forward

Creative Commons

Supporters of the effort in Boulder to create a city-owned electric utility got a boost in Tuesday’s election, when voters chose a debt-limit measure offered by the city over a competing measure put forth and funded by Xcel Energy.

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