Fort Collins

7:00am

Sat June 14, 2014
Business

For Small Business Friendliness, Fort Collins Tops Denver

Fort Collins received high rankings from small business owners.
Credit Aaron Olaf / Flickr - Creative Commons

Fort Collins and the rest of the Front Range are no strangers to ranking high in economic development. A new survey places the city as the second highest in the nation when it comes to hiring new workers. Colorado Springs also received high rankings, but Denver’s reputation is faltering.

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3:19pm

Wed June 11, 2014
Education

CSU Joins Attempt To Build Digital Delivery Platform

Colorado State University Management professor Ken Petersen teaching a Distance MBA class, Rockwell Hall.
Colorado State University Photography

Colorado State University along with three other university partners have announced plans to develop a shared digital education delivery platform. The tool, called Unizin, is being billed as a one-stop shop for the digital education space — whether it’s for students taking online classes or those in the traditional brick-and-mortar classroom.

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2:09pm

Wed June 11, 2014
Transportation

Uber Eyes Full Front Range Rollout

Uber Black provides town cars and SUV service on-demand from your smartphone.
Nathan Heffel KUNC

Now that Governor Hickenlooper has officially authorized ride sharing service smartphone apps, car-sharing service Uber Technologies, which operates Uber Black and Uber X in Denver, is looking to expand across the Front Range.

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6:00am

Mon June 9, 2014
Weather Nerding

Think Northern Colorado Has Been Wetter Than Normal Lately? You’re Right

Storm clouds roll in over 14th and York Street in Denver, Colo.
Stephanie Paige Ogburn KUNC

11:31am

Sat June 7, 2014
Community

Fort Collins Bike Library Expansion Adds To Colorado's Bike Friendly Status

Routes like the Poudre Trail extend for miles across northern Colorado.
Credit Charles Willgren / Flickr - Creative Commons

Many cities in Colorado and beyond offer bike rentals for a fee through kiosks, but Fort Collins is taking it a step further as the city adds a new bike library satellite location at Colorado State University.

It’s not just students that have access, residents and visitors will be allowed to check out a bike at no cost whether it’s a trip to the store or a leisurely ride throughout the city.

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