Colorado Extreme Mustang Makeover Leads to Adoptions

May 25, 2016

By Kay Whatley, Editor Across the US, the Extreme Mustang Makeover challenges horse trainers to take on a wild horse, gentle it, and prepare it for adoption several months later. The challenge has helped thousands of American […]




Hundreds Protest Federal Fracking Auction in Colorado

May 13, 2016

In ‘Break Free From Fossil Fuels’ Protest, Colorado Tells President Obama to ‘Keep It in the Ground’ Released by Valerie Love (Center for Biological Diversity), Jason Schwartz (Greenpeace), and Virali Modi-Parekh (Rainforest Action Network) Hundreds […]




Is the Booming Legal Pot Industry a Good Investment?

May 13, 2016

Colorado Firm Says, Yes Released by Kate Bailey, annabelmedia.com The cannabis industry has transformed from an “interesting curiosity” into a booming market. With 30% annual growth and predictions of $6.7 billion in 2016 and $21.8 billion in […]




Colorado Supreme Court Preempts Fort Collins Fracking Ban

May 2, 2016

Colorado Supreme Court Announces Decision in Fort Collins Hydraulic Fracturing Moratorium Case Released by Emily Wilmsen, fcgov.com Following is a statement, released on May 2, 2016, from Fort Collins, Colorado, City Attorney Carrie Daggett: “It […]




Mass Fish Kill Near Estes Park Raises Questions

April 28, 2016

Nonprofit Trout Unlimited Calls for Answers on Big Thompson Fish Kill Asks: How did this happen, and how can it be prevented from happening again? Released by David Nickum and Randy Scholfield, tu.org Trout Unlimited today called […]




Colorado Springs School Awarded Literacy Grant

April 26, 2016

Reading Is Fundamental Implements Summer Reading Grant Initiative Matching Grant Program to Benefit Students from Twelve Communities Across the Nation Released by Tracey Beeker, @rif.org via PR Newswire Reading Is Fundamental (RIF), the nation’s largest children’s […]




Bill McKibben to Speak in Boulder CO

April 23, 2016

350.org Founder Coming to Naropa University to Discuss the “The Hottest Fight in the Hottest Year” ***POSTPONED per Naropa U message on June 18th*** Released by Bill Rigler, naropa.edu via PR Newswire On April 22, 2016, Naropa University announced […]




High Times in Denver Real Estate Market

April 4, 2016

Over-List Pricing Leaves Some Potential Home Buyers Feeling Less Than Euphoric By Kay Whatley, Editor Spurred by the change in marijuana laws, it seems, the Denver housing market is giving home buyers a run for their […]




Report Shows Climate Change Impact on Water Resources

April 1, 2016

Interior Department Releases Report Underscoring Impacts of Climate Change on Western Water Resources New, interactive basin-by-basin visualization tool also released following World Water Day White House Summit Released by Jessica Kershaw, US DOI Putting the national spotlight […]




Boulder County Commissioners Ending GE Crops

March 21, 2016

Boulder County Commissioners direct staff to develop a plan for transitioning county-owned agricultural land away from growing genetically engineered crops Released by Barb Halpin, Boulder County Commissioners’ Office At a public meeting today, the County Commissioners directed […]




1940’s Ball Brings Era Back for a Weekend

March 10, 2016

Boulder Colorado Airport Hanger Becomes Rick’s Cafe as Attendees Dress for the Decade Contributed by Diana Crawford The 8th Annual 1940’s WWII Era Ball and destination event will transport two-thousand plus guests back to the […]




Breckenridge Film Festival Issues Call for Entries

February 3, 2016

According to the Colorado Office of Film, Television, & Media (coloradofilm.org), the Call for Entries is open for the 2016 Breckenridge Film Festival, held each year in Breckenridge CO. Films will be accepted in traditional categories, […]




Unique Event Tells Sordid History of Colorado

December 29, 2015

“Humorous Hoaxes and Sleazy Scams in Colorado History” A presentation of “Humorous Hoaxes and Sleezy Scams in Colorado History” is coming in January to the Golden History Center. The presenter will give listeners a look at […]




Nature Center Teaches Youngsters about Bugs in Winter

December 28, 2015

Lookout Mountain Nature Center and Preserve, near Golden Colorado, offers a variety of public events, many at no cost to those who attend. For preschoolers, one January program focuses on teaching young children where the bugs […]




Construction to Begin on 2016 NASA Mars Lander

May 23, 2014

Released by Guy Webster, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena CA, Dwayne Brown, NASA Headquarters, Washington, & Gary Napier, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Denver NASA and its international partners now have the go-ahead to begin construction on […]




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