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There’s another epidemic that’s claiming Colorado lives in alarming numbers, and this one isn’t being spread by a virus. It’s a plague of traffic fatalities — and anyone who gets in a motor vehicle is at risk. Read more

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How about an energy source that can generate almost limitless amounts of power while leaving no carbon footprint whatsoever — come rain or shine, day or night, wind or calm? Now that’s what you could call renewable energy. Or, you could just call it nuclear power. Read more

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Whitewater rafting plays a major part in our state’s recreational allure and — at an estimated $150 million per year — economy. Guides who choose the intrepid line of work for the love of the summertime lifestyle often are the same venturesome free spirits who each winter work seasonally as … Read more

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Coloradans are blessed and cursed by Denver International Airport. We have easy access to affordable, direct flights nationally and internationally. It is the third-busiest airport in the United States, the eighth busiest in the world, and airport officials anticipate substantial growth in t… Read more

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For many years now, students in schools from sea to shining sea have been rightfully taught Martin Luther King Jr. was the most influential American civil-rights advocate of the 20th century. During a time of unrest, it was this charismatic, southern Baptist minister who rose above his peers… Read more

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The first and most important thing Herald and Journal readers need to know about the Marshall Fire in Boulder County was clearly outlined in a photo published New Year’s Day. That picture, courtesy of Colorado Department of Transportation spokeswoman Lisa Schwantes, showed a CDOT snowplow le… Read more

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Just hours before the start of the 2022 legislative session at the Capitol on Wednesday, a suspect in an auto theft nine miles away was being pursued on foot by Arvada police. As reported by The Gazette, the suspect, who had a criminal record, turned on officers and brandished a knife. He re… Read more

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Colorado’s academic vital signs plummeted amid COVID, leaving K-12 learning on life support. As standardized test scores released last fall made clear, student achievement went into a nosedive after schools went online in spring 2020. And that’s not to mention how “remote” learning stunted k… Read more