Weld County

2:49pm

Tue June 24, 2014
Environment

Injection Well Halted By COGCC As Greeley Quakes Again

Jenny Nakai, a seismologist and doctoral student and Matthew Weingarten, a hydrogeologist and doctoral candidate from the University of Colorado align, level and bury a seismometer outside of Gill, Colo., June 4, 2014.
Jim Hill KUNC

1:47pm

Tue June 17, 2014

5:00am

Tue June 17, 2014
Ask About Energy

Why Is There A Large Burning Flare At A Well Site?

A well operated by Synergy Resources Corporation, flaring in the early morning, June 13, 2014. The well site is on County Road 26 on the south side of Union Reservoir, outside of Longmont, Colo.
Jim Hill KUNC

As the oil and gas boom in Northern Colorado brings more development closer to the urban core, sights that are common on the plains or in rural development areas like North Dakota’s Bakken may come as a surprise.

For example, a large pillar of fire burning at an oil and gas well site.

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5:00am

Thu June 12, 2014
Energy

Colorado Keeps A Wary Eye As Crude Oil By Rail Shipments Rise

Workers in the midst of clean-up efforts at the site of a train derailment and crude oil spill located south of Greeley, Colo., May 12, 2014.
Grace Hood KUNC

From 2012 to 2013, the transport of crude oil by major freight railroads spiked, increasing nearly 75 percent according to the American Association of Railroads. Even though crude oil accounted for just over 1 percent of overall 2013 traffic, there’s growing public concern about spills and other hazards.

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10:00am

Wed June 11, 2014
Arts District

New For 2014: It's A Blues Jam For A Cause

Greeley Blues Jam Organizers intend to donate net profits to flood relief in Weld County.
Courtesy Greeley Blues Jam

The Greeley Blues Jam has long had a dual cause: To party and to support local charities. Now in its 10th year, event organizers expect an eightfold increase in the money donated.

The party will still come naturally.

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