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Colorado Proud Month Highlights Farm Families

Colorado agriculture consistently ranks as one of the state’s three leading industries, providing more than 173,000 jobs and contributing more than $40 billion annually to the state’s economy.

Traffic? Yes, but Paths Abound for Getting Around

A similar report, by online travel service RewardExpert, pegged Denver as the 10th best of the 53 largest U.S. cities to explore by bike.

Helping More Colorado Students Tap their Potential

The continued health of our state economy hinges, at least in part, on helping young people uncover and apply their potential.

Colorado Stewardship Roadmap Spurring the Economy

The State of Colorado has the dubious distinction of being host to what was once the world’s largest tire dump. Tire Mountain in Weld County at one time reportedly held 80 million scrap tires.

The Murkiness of Medicaid and Medicare

Our bank and advisors recommended that we stop accepting Medicaid patients altogether. Despite this recommendation, we still accept Medicaid and Medicare. We feel this is “right,” although perhaps not “good.”

Restaurant Industry's Back-of-House Going to Pot

In Colorado, about 18,000 people have jobs in the marijuana industry, which generated $1.1 billion in profit in 2016.

The MILL National Training Center Buzzes With Activity

School districts throughout Colorado are re-emphasizing education and training in technical trades for students with talents and interests that don't match or require the traditional four-year-degree model.

You Are Only Worth $10

More than likely your data was compromised and is now floating around the “dark web” waiting to be used by an unscrupulous criminal.

Saving Our Forests Before They All Go Up in Smoke

As wildfires have increased in regularity and severity, U.S. Forest Service firefighting costs have grown significantly, now consuming more than 50 percent of the annual budget, an increase of nearly 35 percent over the last two decades.

Laying the Groundwork for America’s Energy Future

For decades, the oil and natural gas industry has served as one of Colorado’s strongest economic engines.

A Hometown Hero Emerges From a Telluride Experiment

Rather than competing with outdoor brand meccas like Ogden, Utah –home to Salomon, Black Diamond and countless more – Telluride uses TVA to reveal the local entrepreneurial support network that Western Rise and others like it are looking for.

Colorado's oil and gas industry responds to Hurricane Harvey

For some local perspective, the six Colorado companies Drillinginfo could identify with operations in the path of Harvey with offices in Denver
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