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Colorado HVAC Company Refuses to Service Racially Diverse Neighborhood

Colorado HVAC Company Refuses to Service Racially Diverse Neighborhood

A heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) company that claims to service the Denver, CO area refuses to work in homes located in Montbello — one of the city’s largest…

Soon You Will Be Able to Buy Powdered Alcohol in Colorado

Soon You Will Be Able to Buy Powdered Alcohol in Colorado

Palcohol, alcoholic powders offering consumers a fast way to mix drinks on the go, will now be taxed and regulated in Colorado just like liquid alcohol, thanks to a new…

Colorado Well-Represented on Brewer’s Association Top 50 Lists

Colorado Well-Represented on Brewer’s Association Top 50 Lists

As craft beer week wraps up in Colorado, craft brewers and enthusiasts have yet another reason to celebrate. The Brewer’s Association has released their compilations of the Top 50 Breweries…

Nurturing New Solutions for Denver’s Gang Problems

Nurturing New Solutions for Denver’s Gang Problems

Could organic gardening be part of the solution for Denver’s growing gang violence problem? When most people think of the virtues of gardening, they probably think of it as a…

Purple Door Coffee Helps Denver’s Homeless Youth Learn Valuable Job Skills

Purple Door Coffee Helps Denver’s Homeless Youth Learn Valuable Job Skills

For many coffee shops, the nature of their business alone allows them to give back to needy communities: an estimated 90% of the world’s coffee production occurs in developing countries…

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…

Denver Becomes Hub for New Home Constructions as Existing Home Prices Skyrocket

Denver Becomes Hub for New Home Constructions as Existing Home Prices Skyrocket

For those hoping to live in the Denver metropolitan area, there is some bad news — the cost of buying a house in or near Denver has skyrocketed to an…

Pro-Pot Group Uses Experience of NYT Reporter in New Billboard Ad Encouraging Safe Consumption

Pro-Pot Group Uses Experience of NYT Reporter in New Billboard Ad Encouraging Safe Consumption

It all began when New York Times reporter Maureen Dowd took a trip to Denver and consumed a bit of now-legal marijuana, baked into a caramel-chocolate candy bar, while researching…

Ten Denver Children Affected By Strange Muscle Weakness

Ten Denver Children Affected By Strange Muscle Weakness

In recent months, thousands of children have been exposed to an unusual outbreak of enterovirus D68, or EV-D68. Typically a mild virus that leads to the common cold, many of…

Colorado Supreme Court Untangles Confusion Between State and Federal Marijuana Laws

Colorado Supreme Court Untangles Confusion Between State and Federal Marijuana Laws

  Despite the fact that marijuana has been legal in Colorado for a while now, the state’s Supreme Court is still hearing cases that will decide the technicalities of actually…

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