Thursday Index

On June 3, 2010 By

Six new Colorado bills are expected to be signed today by Gov. Bill Ritter (KOAA). The White House is facing questions over Colorado dealmaking (KOAA).

Today marks the 89th anniversary of the “Great Flood” in Pueblo (KOAA).

Unexplained wildfires have been reported in Teller County (KOAA).

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Wednesday Index

On June 2, 2010 By

Colorado Attorney General candidates will debate in Denver today (KOAA). The U.S. Chamber praises Colorado for workforce development (Business Journal).

In Colorado Springs, El Paso county is close to entering a $25 million deal to buy properties to move county-run facilities closer to one northwest location(Business Journal, Continue Reading

Tuesday Index

On June 1, 2010 By

In Colorado Springs, homebuilders had another good month of business, while foreclosures dropped (Gazette). Territory Days sets records (Gazette). Homeward Pikes Peak places its 100th job (Business Journal). The Norris-Penrose Event Center looks at expanding (Business Journal). The Business Journal takes a look at recent […]

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