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How One Colorado Couple Became Embroiled in a Legal Battle Over Computer Security

How One Colorado Couple Became Embroiled in a Legal Battle Over Computer Security

The Internet is a virtually infinite forest of clients, servers, information and data that anyone can access.But it’s also full of dangers, as one Colorado couple has learned.Crystal and Brian…

December 2014 Study Explains Factors Behind Denver’s Application-Based Education System

December 2014 Study Explains Factors Behind Denver’s Application-Based Education System

The Denver Public School System is a bit different from nearly every other elementary and high school public education system in the country; rather than having kids assigned to certain…

Colorado Medical Waste, Inc. Wins Award For Innovative New Technology

Colorado Medical Waste, Inc. Wins Award For Innovative New Technology

Beverly Hanstrom, president of Colorado Medical Waste, Inc. accepted the Environmental Sustainability Award on behalf of her company at the 10th Annual 2014 Business Recognition Dinner and Award Ceremony on…

AARP of Colorado Seeks $4 Mil in Funding for Older Coloradans Act, Will Provide Meals, Activities for Seniors

AARP of Colorado Seeks $4 Mil in Funding for Older Coloradans Act, Will Provide Meals, Activities for Seniors

With the number of senior citizens in the United States expected to double by 2040, reaching 81.2 million, the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) wants to ensure that programs…

Colorado Man Sentenced to 27 Months in Prison For Illegal Cougar Hunting

Colorado Man Sentenced to 27 Months in Prison For Illegal Cougar Hunting

Last week a Colorado hunter received a 27-month federal prison sentence for his role as a big game hunting outfitter, participating in unauthorized mountain lion and bobcat hunts.Christopher Loncarich, 55,…

Health Dept. Aims to Curb Marketing, Distribution of Edible Pot Products in Colorado

Health Dept. Aims to Curb Marketing, Distribution of Edible Pot Products in Colorado

  The recreational marijuana market in Colorado has grown considerably since the state legalized the substance two years ago. In that time, more items have appeared on the market that…

Singles Day Sees Chinese Drop $9.3 Billion in a Single Day

Singles Day Sees Chinese Drop $9.3 Billion in a Single Day

If there has been any doubt that the Chinese economy is coming for the United States’s number one spot after overtaking Japan as number two in 2010, it’s time to…

Homeowner Association in Colorado Fines Homeowner for Historical Patriotic Flags

Homeowner Association in Colorado Fines Homeowner for Historical Patriotic Flags

In Littleton, CO, David Renner is unexpectedly finding himself engaged in battle with his homeowners association regarding his various flags. According to Renner, the homeowner’s association has never specified what…

Not Just for Grandmothers Anymore: How Knitting Could Help Americans Cope With Anxiety

Not Just for Grandmothers Anymore: How Knitting Could Help Americans Cope With Anxiety

Ebola, the end of Daylight Savings Time, and November political elections: besides the fact that Americans are dealing with all three of these things right now, they all seem to…

Denver Heat Wave Won’t Last Long With Cold, Snowy Weather on its Way

Denver Heat Wave Won’t Last Long With Cold, Snowy Weather on its Way

Most Colorado residents have already broken out their winter gear and snow shovels by now, with snow flurries and chilly temperatures a common occurrence in October, but not in the…

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