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Swollen Colorado Rivers Force Rafters To Seek Calmer Waters

Rapidly melting snow and heavy spring rains are sending Colorado’s rivers tumbling out of the mountains, so far claiming the lives of at least 11 people and forcing some whitewater rafting companies to seek out calmer rapids and stock extra safety gear.


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DJ Gary Ganja Hopes To Hit New High With ‘Music For Stoners’

It claims to be the first radio station of its kind in the United States and its getting a lot of different listeners.


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Clean Up Underway After Storms Cause Water Damage

Businesses are cleaning up after Wednesday night’s storm left a lot of water damage in the Denver metro area.



Greenwood Village’s Molycorp Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

Rare earth metals company Molycorp has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.


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United Airlines Chooses Denver For Global Flight Training Program

United Airlines announced that it will base its entire pilot training program out of its Denver facility.


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Public Comment Wanted For Proposed Northern Colorado Reservoirs

A 45-day public comment period is now underway for a proposal to build two new reservoirs in Northern Colorado that requires federal approval.



South Dakota Indian Tribe Signs Contract With Colorado Marijuana Growing Group

An Indian tribe in South Dakota that plans to start selling marijuana for recreational and medicinal purposes has chosen a Colorado-based company to grow and distribute the drug on the reservation.


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Denver Drops Marijuana From County Fair

The Denver County Fair is dropping marijuana exhibits from next month’s event, a year after 100 people said they were unwittingly served pot-infused chocolate in the fair’s “Pot Pavilion.”


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Gov. Hickenlooper Announces Colorado Employment Initiative

LinkedIn is among several companies working to build a digital platform to be launched in Colorado that aims to connect employers, educators, and job-seekers.


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Good News For Colorado Pot Smokers: Recreational Pot Prices Are Falling

A new survey shows that as the number of recreational marijuana users increases in Colorado, the prices for pot are actually getting less expensive.


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