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On May 2, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Longmont’s fracking ban and Fort Collins’ fracking moratorium were in conflict with state regulations and therefore invalid. It wasn’t because communities have no right to apply their own land-use and...

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Here’s a curious little detail about this year’s presidential race that’s been hiding in plain sight in the polls since January and ignored by almost everyone in politics who should know better: The Democrats’ strongest candidate is Bernie Sanders....

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Food retailers in Boulder, like most eateries in most cities around America, are in desperate need of education on the subject of food donation. A recent survey found that Boulder’s restaurants — all 265 full-service establishments within city limits —...

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It was Amy Mossberg’s first solo trip in nearly five years. Her anxiety was nearly overwhelming, but she felt ready for this journey. Tears in her eyes on the plane, she left Golden, Colorado, for the Outer Banks of North...

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A songwriter pens words aching to be sung to someone who will understand them. A listener puts on a record hoping to hear words they resonate with. Somewhere in the ether, songwriter and listener are connected. It’s that songwriter who starts...

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Ron Pickarski remembers the first time he made tempeh. It was 1976, and packaged meat substitutes were not only absent from grocery stores, they were, quite frankly, damn-near unheard of. He was a freshly minted vegan (also an anomaly at...
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