Business

9:15am

Wed May 21, 2014
Business

Denver-Based Flour Milling Merger Moves Forward

Ardent Mills will control about a third of the American flour milling market.
Credit Wikimedia Commons

Federal regulators Tuesday gave the final go-ahead for two of the country’s largest flour milling companies to merge and set up shop with a headquarters in Denver.

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5:30am

Tue May 20, 2014
Energy

For Energy In Colorado, Wyoming And North Dakota, The Boom Plays Out Differently

A Drilling operation in Weld County, Colo.
EcoFlight ecoflight.org

A continuing energy boom in the Rocky Mountains and Northern Great Plains is reshaping the future of what’s powering America. The three states are feeling this new energy economy differently, and it’s changing political realities in different ways.

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5:00am

Tue May 20, 2014
Cattle

Drought And Foreign Markets Keep Beef Prices High

A calf outside of Scottsbluff Nebraska, an area that is seeing a cattle boom.
Credit Luke Runyon / KUNC

California ranchers, despite near-record beef prices, are shrinking their cattle herds in response to one of the most severe droughts the state has ever faced, and many Colorado ranchers are taking advantage.

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5:00am

Tue May 20, 2014
Agriculture

Could Hemp Bring An 'Agricultural Revolution?'

Hemp is grown for its fibers and seeds and lacks high concentrations of the psychoactive compound found in marijuana.
Credit Luke Runyon / KUNC and Harvest Public Media

8:32am

Mon May 19, 2014
Inside Energy

Meet Inside Energy, A Project To Drill Down On Energy Issues

A drill rig near Longmont, Colo.
KUNC file photo

An ongoing oil and gas boom in the Rocky Mountains and northern Great Plains region of the country is reshaping the way the U.S. gets its power. At the same time, debates over energy production and policy, especially along Colorado’s heavily populated Front Range, are becoming more high-profile and polarized.

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