Colorado lags other states in water planning…CU regents say they were misled with tuition hike…Lawmaker seeks more funds to lure film production to the state…Looking at the effects of low natural gas prices…and, more. Click for the full Index.

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Tourism board in SE CO hears from rail enthusiasts…El Paso County planners revise oil & gas rules…Pueblo Chemical Depot facility construction complete on one building…and more. Click for full Index.

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Safety concerns reach 15 schools, including Miami-Yoder, all built by the same company…Representatives with Colorado’s Office of Film, Television & Media visit with commissioners of six SE CO counties…Pueblo D60 decides elementary school boundaries, and more. Click for the full Index.

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Education panel seeks more early programs…Businesses seek contracts for Pinon Canyon…Wolves are considered for culling elk…Colorado Springs City Council votes to support Calhan’s interest in joining a regional transportation group…Pueblo’s D60 to dip into reserves…Huerfano County Sheriffs seek suspects in horse killing. And more. Click for full Index.

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Colorado’s unemployment rate falls…AG files formal notice of appeal in school funding case…Colorado Springs fights Calhan on joining transportation authority…An arrest is made in CSU-Pueblo book thefts…And more. Click for full Index.

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Pueblo and Fort Collins are expected to lead the economic recovery in the state…CO Dept. of Agriculture vows to improve cantaloupe image…Colorado Springs Mayor and Council hold joint meeting to hash out issues….and, more. Click for full Index.

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School discipline reform gains traction…SLV agriculture raises serious water questions…Banning Lewis Ranch drilling comment period closes today…Pueblo’s D70 could close Futures Academy…and more. Click for the full Index.

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Costs from CO’s sickest uninsurable patients rank twice the U.S. average….”Squatters” could be to blame for recent fires in Colorado Springs…Sushi makes its mark in Pueblo. Click for the full Index.

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Economic experts predict “slow but steady” growth for 2012 across the state…Colorado Springs City Council backs University of Colorado Hospital proposal…Diesel cleanup in Pueblo wraps up. And, more. Click for today’s full Index.

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Colorado cities say federal lobbying still has its merits…Wolf Creek Pass ranks as the state’s most dangerous…Fort Carson death ID’d…Crews in Pueblo work to contain a diesel spill….Click for the full index.

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The state weighs extra money…Water experts keep their eyes on the Super Ditch…Fort Carson deals with two deaths…Pueblo City Schools are expected to vote this week on closure plans. And, more.

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Communities across Colorado deal with hydraulic fracturing requests (Denver Post). Colorado adds an estimated 88,000 residents since last year’s census count (Denver Business Journal). A school near Monte Vista built by a developer with a history of structural issues faces immediate repairs (Denver Post).

In Colorado Springs, two [...]

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Monday Index

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A new website is aimed at curbing DUIs across the state (LaJunta Tribune-Democrat).

In Colorado Springs, the Memorial Task Force members on city council have voted unanimously to recommend the University of Colorado Hospital to lease the Memorial Health System (Gazette., Colorado Springs Business Journal). A [...]

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Friday Index

On December 16, 2011 By

More than 80,000 Coloradans would be affected if unemployment benefits expire (Denver Post). Environmental groups oppose a proposed water pipeline from Colorado to Wyoming (Denver Post). Colorado loses again in the “Race to the Top” educational grant awards (Denver Post). Foreclosure filings across the state drop in November [...]

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Thursday Index

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A crash has closed northbound I-25 in downtown Colorado Springs (Gazette, KXRM, KOAA, KRDO, KKTV).

Colorado is poised to see a demographic shift by 2021 in those 18 and under due to children born to immigrants (Denver Post). Xcel Energy seeks a [...]

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While the NTSB recommends banning the use of electronic devices by drivers in cars, Colorado has already had a texting ban (Denver Post). Two more rural schools built by a trouble construction company are found structurally deficient (Denver Post). Trends in Colorado mortgage repayments mean fewer refinances and purchases ( Continue Reading

Tuesday Index

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The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission approves new regulations for fracking (Denver Post, Pueblo Chieftain). Senator Bennet introduces a bill that would provide a way for skilled immigrant students to gain legal status (Denver Post). Political parties argue over new statehouse maps and prepare for a potentially [...]

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Monday Index

On December 12, 2011 By

A new website offers state rankings of public schools as letter grades (Denver Post).

In Colorado Springs, three area school district earn the state’s top accreditation honors (Gazette). The Business Journal starts a three-part series on downtown rejuvenation*. Postal workers plan a rally today to show the effects [...]

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Friday Index

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Colorado’s lawmakers in Washington differ in how to pay for extended tax cuts (Denver Post). Colorado officials consider disclosure rules for hydraulic fracturing (Denver Business Journal*). Hotels across the state appear busier, but rates remain mostly flat (Denver Business Journal). A farmer’s alliance promotes agricultural water needs at [...]

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Colorado women earned 78% of men’s average in 2010 (Denver Business Journal). Pueblo Health officials question the state’s recent high ranking for non-vaccinated children (Pueblo Chieftain).

Colorado Springs issues an oil & gas moratorium (Gazette, Denver Business Journal). Council will consider reimbursable expenses ( Continue Reading

Governor Hickenlooper heads to California with Denver’s mayor to talk economic development for Colorado (Denver Business Journal). The Governor urges the military to make use of Fort Lyon Correctional Facility, saying it could be a step toward further Pinon Canyon utilization (Chieftain). New vehicle registrations in Colorado are up more [...]

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Tuesday Index

On November 29, 2011 By

Structural issues arise in a second school being constructed by a major builder of rural schools in the state (Denver Post). Colorado parents rank 2nd in the nation for unvaccinated children (Denver Post). New legislative maps ‘friendly to Democrats’ near passage (Denver Post). Republicans accuse Democrats of gerrymandering [...]

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Monday Index

On November 28, 2011 By

A federal judge in Denver rules a challenge to banning firearms in post offices can move forward (Denver Post). A surge in tracking interests in Colorado and around the country has led to an increased demand for sand (Denver Business Journal).

Some owners of private shooting ranges aren’t pleased with [...]

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