colorado

Pages

Apryl Boyce was one oil worker who fell victim to shortened hours.

Quitting the Bakken: one oil worker walks away

Mar 23, 2015
With hours cut, work in the Bakken oil fields don't seem worth it to one worker.
Posted In: oil industry, colorado, disappearing jobs, North Dakota
University of Colorado Boulder has 30,000  students and is northwest of Denver. Colorado legalized recreational marijuana use for adults in 2012 but the campus still bans its use.

A different kind of higher education

Dec 16, 2014
A Colorado college wrestles with promoting sober academics while surrounded by marijuana.
Posted In: marijuana, legalization, higher ed, colorado

Counting students in order to count up funding

Oct 1, 2014
There's a census of sorts in Colorado schools on Wednesday, which helps determine school budgets.
Posted In: education funding, colorado

A flood washes away one Colorado town’s infrastructure

Sep 10, 2014
One year later, lower-income residents have been slow to return to Lyons, Colorado.
Posted In: flooding Colorado, colorado, natural disasters
A man smokes marijuana

Colorado marijuana dispensaries have nowhere to put their money

Jul 3, 2014
Colorado pot dispensaries are making money, but banks won't accept their cash.
Posted In: marijuana, Banks, colorado

The tech behind tracking marijuana plants in Colorado

Jan 1, 2014
The first state to allow marijuana sales to anyone over 21 has to track all that pot somehow.
Posted In: marijuana, colorado

Will Coloradans back higher taxes for schools?

Nov 4, 2013
Colorado voters are considering a state measure that would increase state income taxes to fund a significant overhaul of public school financing system.
Posted In: colorado, schools

Unprepared for rain, Colorado pays the price

Sep 16, 2013
Colorado is equipped to deal with all sorts of natural disasters, from raging fire to heavy snow. But this torrential rain has caught Colorado off guard.
Posted In: colorado, flooding

Colorado River shortage: What happens when the water runs dry?

Aug 16, 2013
The Bureau of Reclamation declares the first water shortage for the Colorado River basin, which provides water for tens of millions of people and large agricultural regions.
Posted In: colorado, water, enviroment, Agriculture

Despite wildfires, more homes built in forests

Jul 2, 2013
Why more and more homes are going up in the country’s most fire-prone areas.
Posted In: colorado, fire, wildfire, home insurance

Pages

Support Marketplace