Rural Hospitals Get Some Relief, Other Financial Issues RemainAfter weeks of waiting, Critical Access Hospitals and Rural Health Clinics can now apply for forgivable loans from the Small Business Administration.
No Fix In Sight For Tax Cuts Squeezing Rural ColoradoDespite a Colorado economy that has bounced back from the Great Recession to rank among the nation's best, small fire districts like East Grand are fighting blazes with fewer taxpayer dollars.
High-Speed Internet Comes To WrayA small town in northeastern Colorado has opted out of Senate Bill 152 in order to stay competitive with the growing Denver metro area.
New Colorado Legislation Aimed At Addressing Opioid EpidemicA House study committee is reviewing the holes in Colorado's coverage and treatment abilities and hopes a bill will be part of the docket for the next legislative session.
How Should The Legislature Respond To The Historic Floods?As the cleanup and recovery continue, how shall Colorado's elected leaders react and handle the plethora of issues that have been created by the recent devastating floods?
So Far, Romney's Colorado Strategy Avoids Denver AreaSo far, Mitt Romney is taking an unexpected approach to campaigning in the battleground presidential state of Colorado.