Greeley

5:00am

Sat August 9, 2014
Energy

Earthquakes Taper Off At Greeley Injection Well

A seismograph near a Greeley injection well in early June 2014.
Jim Hill KUNC

A scientist monitoring earthquakes near a Weld County wastewater injection well said the tremors have decreased significantly in both number and intensity.

"Seismicity has been very low," since the well – which had been shut down for 20 days – was reopened, said Anne Sheehan, a geophysics professor at the University of Colorado Boulder. 

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1:54pm

Fri August 8, 2014

6:00am

Mon August 4, 2014
Arts & Life

‘The Angel Of The Battlefield’ Among Chautauqua Luminaries

The High Plains Chautauqua performance tent at Aims Community College
Credit Courtesy High Plains Chautauqua

Teacher, humanitarian and founder of the American Red Cross, Clara Barton broke boundaries for women both during and after the Civil War.

And now, you can meet her. Susan Marie Frontczak debuts the persona of Clara Barton at the 2014 High Plains Chautauqua in Greeley.

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5:00am

Mon August 4, 2014
Energy

Colorado’s Local Control Of Oil And Gas Is A Question Of Degrees

A drill site in Frederick abuts a residential neighborhood, August 2013. The growth of drilling near Front Range population centers has prompted bans and calls for more local control of drilling.
Jim Hill KUNC

When the city of Longmont's fracking ban was struck down by a Boulder judge, it could have been seen as a setback for those seeking to assert local control over surging oil and gas development along Colorado's populous Front Range.

A longer view of the matter, though, shows that local communities all across the state have exerted control over oil and gas within their boundaries for decades.

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2:47pm

Wed July 23, 2014
Business

Front Range Cities Top Forbes Biz-Friendly List

The historic courthouse in Greeley, which was named one of Forbes' top cities for business in 2014
J. Stephen Conn Flickr - Creative Commons

We all know Colorado is a great place to live and do business, thanks to a wealth of high-tech companies, a diverse economy, and plenty of highly educated workers. That’s why it’s not too surprising to see five Front Range cities performing well in Forbes’ Best and Worst Places for Business 2014.

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