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Pending Kaiser Permanente strike: 5 things to know

A few thousand Kaiser Permanente workers in Colorado may join tens of thousands nationwide in an October strike that a union says is a push for fair negotiation and wage increases that keep up with … more

Temple Grandin urges workforce inclusion, trade skills

Local community leaders recently heard from renowned autism advocate Temple Grandin on employing people with disabilities and workplace inclusion. Developmental Pathways serves individuals with … more

Pillar of Fire developers making the rounds

The views from the Pillar of Fire’s farmland are too good not to share, according to developer Chad Ellington, partner in Oread Capital. “We really want to open that up to the community and give … more

Mental Health Colorado honors Vail Resorts

Vail Resorts will be honored with the Workplace Wellness award during Mental Health Colorado's 2019 Tribute Gala on Sept. 28, according to a news release. Each year, Mental Health Colorado honors a … more

Thornton Mall project hinges on cleanup

The long awaited redevelopment of the block northeast of 88th and Washington Street could hinge on the state approving an environmental clean-up plan. Developers from Flywheel Capital could move … more

Oil and gas defenders, critics test Colorado's new law

Colorado has just begun rewriting its oil and gas rules under a new law that flips the state's priorities from producing energy to protecting the public, but industry defenders and critics are … more

Cars still more efficient than newer SUVs

Yes, your sport utility vehicle has gotten smaller and more fuel efficient over the years. But even with those gains, SUVs still are behind cars when it comes to gas mileage. The reason: SUVs are … more

Colorado Air Quality Control Commission adopts zero-emission vehicle standards

Coloradans will now have more access to electric vehicles with the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission’s vote of 8 to 1 approving a zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) standard for Colorado. “This is … more

State of City talk focusing on economic matters

An annual review of Westminster’s progress goes back to economic issues this year. City Economic Development Director John Hall will join Mayor Herb Atchison at the annual State of the City … more

Parker Chamber CEO leaves to lead Metro North group

Dennis Houston, the president and CEO of the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce for the past six years, announced he will be resigning from his post in Parker to helm the Metro North Chamber of … more

In-N-Out Burger submits proposal for Lone Tree location

Lone Tree could be home to the Denver area's first In-N-Out Burger. In-N-Out has submitted a proposal to the City of Lone Tree for development of a new restaurant in the Park Meadows area, according … more

Tee time at Thornton’s TopGolf

As his golf ball sailed off over the green fairway, Nick Nizam turned his back to it, focusing on the computer screen behind him. Computer graphics showed the golf ball’s path as it sailed toward … more

Use brains to sell Adams County, consultants urge

When national companies come to town looking for places to expand, it’s no surprise they’re looking for healthy transit systems, good education for their potential workforce and local governments … more

Housing market flattening out: 5 things to know

The Denver area’s real estate boom that saw rents and housing prices skyrocket in recent years is slowing down, experts say. “It’s flattened out a lot,” said Jill Schafer, the head of the … more

Mental Health Colorado names new president, CEO

A new president and chief executive officer has been selected to lead Mental Health Colorado, an advocacy organization for mental health and substance use. Vincent Atchity will provide strategic … more

Creative solutions needed to meet workforce needs, Ivanka Trump told during area visit

Keeping Colorado's aerospace industry booming and competitive will require creative approaches to education, officials at Lockheed Martin told Ivanka Trump, senior White House adviser and the … more

Workforce housing’ development opens in Downtown Westminster

Tenants were scheduled to start moving into Westminster’s Eaton Street Apartments on July 15 — the first housing development in the city’s Downtown Westminster project. City officials, … more

Denver Water proposes removal of lead pipes

Denver Water is looking to tackle lead in consumer drinking water head-on — by removing all the lead pipes in its system. On July 1, the utility organization announced a new three-part plan to … more

CBD unregulated, but vendors undaunted

The sign in front of his business is subtle, yet Todd Muck said it can scare people off who are wary of the three-letter abbreviation and its association to the newest extension of the cannabis … more

Healthy Farmer’s Markets offer more than fresh fare

The availability of fresh produce at traditional farmer’s markets helps encourage healthy options, but two markets being offered this summer will take that concept up a notch. For the second year … more
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