Fort Collins

5:00am

Tue December 10, 2013
Agriculture

Forget The Golf Course, Developers Use Farming To Sell Suburban Homes

The Bucking Horse subdivision in Fort Collins, Colo., will include a working CSA farm, complete with historic barn, farm house and chicken coop.
Luke Runyon KUNC and Harvest Public Media

For decades, housing developments in the suburbs have come complete with golf courses, tennis courts, strip malls and swimming pools. But make way for the new subdivision amenity: the specialty farm.

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3:27pm

Mon December 9, 2013
Oil and Gas

Colorado Oil And Gas Lawsuits Draw Critical Response

A drilling site near homes outside of Mead, Colo. in Aug. 2012.
Jim Hill KUNC

Colorado’s energy industry trade group is now involved on three fronts with lawsuits over voter approved fracking bans or moratoriums. The latest move involved the announcement of suits against Lafayette and Fort Collins.  

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2:03pm

Thu December 5, 2013

8:50pm

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

4:57pm

Tue December 3, 2013
Oil And Gas

COGA Files Suit Against Lafayette, Fort Collins On Voter-Approved Fracking Measures

A workover rig performs remedial work on an existing water injection well just inside Fort Collins city limits, Oct. 22.
KUNC File Photo

Fort Collins and Lafayette voters passed restrictions on the practice of hydraulic fracturing Nov. 5. Now the two towns are facing lawsuits from the Colorado Oil & Gas Association.

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