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Colorado’s Cattle Industry Sees Rapid Post-Drought Change

Colorado’s Cattle Industry Sees Rapid Post-Drought Change

Marshall and Ernst Windsor have run their herd of Hereford cows for almost 40 years now. Their operation is built around breeding and advancing genetics. Ernst’s predilection is towards Herefords…

First Ever DEA-Approved Medical Marijuana Study to Be Conducted On Veterans With PTSD

First Ever DEA-Approved Medical Marijuana Study to Be Conducted On Veterans With PTSD

In an industry where antiquated historical precedent is being shattered at an increasingly rapid pace, the latest move by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) regarding medical marijuana may be one…

Denver Security Conference Highlights Smartphone Risks

Denver Security Conference Highlights Smartphone Risks

The Rocky Mountain Information Security Conference held in Denver earlier this month featured a finger-wagging keynote address from famed software developer John McAfee, whose namesake antivirus program is now synonymous…

April Showers May Bring Spring Roofing Scams to Colorado Residents

April Showers May Bring Spring Roofing Scams to Colorado Residents

Frank and Gerri Duffy, residents of Bayfield, CO, are just two of dozens of homeowners who have been scammed by dishonest roofing contractors. Following a hailstorm in 2014, the Duffys…

When it Comes to Real Estate, All Signs Point to Denver

When it Comes to Real Estate, All Signs Point to Denver

A new WalletHub survey dubs Denver as one of the best places in the world to be a real estate agent. Meanwhile, two Colorado cities came close behind, with Aurora…

Denver Car Show Introduces Cool New Tech

Denver Car Show Introduces Cool New Tech

Wednesday marked the premiere of the 2016 Denver Auto Show at the Colorado Convention Center. Displaying more than 500 cars, it is one of the biggest car shows in the…

Santa School Trains Hundreds of Aspiring St. Nicks Across the Country

Santa School Trains Hundreds of Aspiring St. Nicks Across the Country

The mall Santa Claus is an ubiquitous character, ready to embrace any child, sweatered pet, or giddy adult with glee and a welcoming, open knee to perch upon. But how…

Denver Housing Market Still Booming But Pricey

Denver Housing Market Still Booming But Pricey

The Denver housing market is improving, according to recent news, but the costs still remain as high as the city’s altitude. The Daily Sentinel from Grand Junction, CO, reported that…

Making Your Home Energy Efficient: What You Should Know Before Winter Really Gets Going

Making Your Home Energy Efficient: What You Should Know Before Winter Really Gets Going

The leaves have fallen; the holiday shopping season has begun; and snow has touched the ground in parts of the country. There’s no doubt about it — winter is knocking…

Colorado to Expand Local Government’s’ Role in Oil and Gas Production

Colorado to Expand Local Government’s’ Role in Oil and Gas Production

Colorado oil and gas regulators are moving forward with plans to give local governments an expanded role in developing drilling regulations, in response to a governor-appointed oil and gas task…