Go gas free for a day, test out an electric car
It was all part of the company's Sustainability Celebration where they set a record for the most number of electric cars driven at an event.
Tell the truth about pet's pot use, veterinarian tells animal guardians
Animal guardians whose pets are getting into marijuana stashes and get sick shouldn't hide that fact from veterinarians, a Denver doctor says.
Fort Morgan Times
Ryan Ernst wins Fort Morgan Young Farmers scholarship
This is awarded to one Morgan County high school senior who excels both academically and in his or her civic engagements.
Thu May 16, 2013
Longmont kindergartners get a taste of life on the farm
Anthony Trock knelt down to allow a group of Indian Peaks Elementary School kindergartners pet the chicken in his hands.
GIS/GPS Camp in Colorado and other Education GIS News
Colorado State University Extension is offering a four day summer camp called GEAR-Tech-21, which will introduce youth to robotics and GPS/GIS technologies.
Sterling High School recognizes student achievement at Celebration of Academic Honors
Students at Sterling High School had a successful year academically. The academic achievements of many students were recognized Tuesday evening at the school's annual Celebration of Academic Honors, held at Northeastern Junior College.
Wed May 15, 2013
Study: Coloradans to smoke 2.2M ounces of pot in '14
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- A recent study says Coloradans will consume 2.2 million ounces of marijuana next year.
Digital Post Production
IntraMed Diagnostics Announces Two Senior-Level Additions
IntraMed Diagnostics, LLC, a subsidiary of Express Diagnostics Intl , is pleased to welcome Dean Kingston as director of engineering and manufacturing and Barry Vant-Hull, Ph.D., as senior software engineer.
Forecast: 3 hurricanes to hit U.S. in 2013
AccuWeather is the latest to join the chorus, forecasting 16 named tropical storms , eight of which will develop into hurricanes, four of them major, with three hurricanes making landfall in the United States.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Belton Journal Community News and...
Public Works Department under new leadership
Although he may not have grown up in Belton, Mike Huber said Belton felt like home from the first moment he stepped foot here.
The Only Colors
#10 MSU v. #2 Colorado Club Lacrosse National Championship Tournament ...
Round 2 of a 16 team tournament puts #10 seeded Michigan State versus #2 Colorado Buffaloes.
Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Estes Park FFA wins at state career development event
Pictured top row, from left to right are: Jacob Green, Aidan Soguero and Michael Ryan.
Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Estes Park birder volunteers needed
Colorado State University researcher and Estes Park resident Apryle Craig is seeking assistance again this year for bird research in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Lambrecht a " Nicolaus
Janelle is the daughter of LaVern and Joyce Lambrecht and the granddaughter of Irene Lambrecht, all of Sterling.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Huffington Post
Seth Masket: Colorado Professors: Restore the National Science Foundation's Political Science Funding
The following is an op/ed by Seth Masket , Robert Duffy , and David Brown . It appeared on the Denver Post's website and is reposted in its entirety below.
Hickenlooper will sign bills in Loveland Wednesday
Michael Koenig of Loveland plugs his Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid car to a public charging station at a parking lot on First Street and Monroe Avenue in downtown Loveland on Monday.
Major Field Campaign Targets Improvement in Thunderstorm Prediction
To help better predict where and when spring thunderstorms will rip across Colorado's Front Range and the adjacent High Plains, researchers are launching a major field project this week with high-flying aircraft and fine-grained computer simulations.
CSU's Frank highest-paid college president in Colorado
Tony Frank , president of Colorado State University , ranks as the highest-paid head of any public college in the state, but his compensation package puts him far down the list of his counterparts nationwide, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education .
Sat May 11, 2013
Youth camps offer robotics and GPS/GIS activities
Colorado State University Extension is offering a new summer camp called GEAR-Tech-21, aimed at introducing youth to robotics and GPS/GIS technologies.
Colorado State students engineer swings for disabled twins
Some families may not think twice about their ability to go to the park on a sunny weekend afternoon and let their children run off, relatively carefree.