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Thursday, March 13,2014

Letting go of my hump day

By Jefferson Dodge
After nearly two years at the weekly Clear Creek Courant, a year at the Summit Daily News, 12 years at the CU faculty/staff newspaper Silver & Gold Record and four and half years at Boulder Weekly, I’m taking a job as communications coordinator for Colorado State University.
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Thursday, February 13,2014

Boulder group has funds frozen by Russia in Olympic environmental flap

Exclusive interview with environmentalist who escaped Russia to avoid arrest

By Jefferson Dodge
In an exclusive interview from Estonia via Skype, on the eve of the Feb. 12 release of his group’s controversial Sochi report, activist Suren Gazaryan told Boulder Weekly about his experiences with Russian officials and their efforts to quash environmentalists critical of the government.
Thursday, January 30,2014

Boulder Weekly beer tour

Cyclhops odyssey

By Jefferson Dodge
Oskar Blues’ latest venture is, at first glance, a rather odd mash-up: Bikes, tacos and tequila. Oh, and beer, of course. And yet somehow, in OB’s typical Midas touch fashion, it all works.
Thursday, January 16,2014

Some Colorado politicians still do not get that whole open records thing

By Jefferson Dodge
Election reform activist Marilyn Marks, who has exposed many untoward practices — like using ballots that can be traced back to individual voters — got dragged into court by Broomfield officials after she had the gall to ask for public election records, including voted ballots.
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Thursday, January 9,2014

New PUC member might hinder Boulder’s municipalization

Some raise questions about Vaad’s ties to Xcel, ALEC

By Jefferson Dodge
The controversy over the appointment of Glenn Vaad, a member of the right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission has raised questions about where Vaad’s loyalties will lie when it comes to Xcel Energy’s battle with the city of Boulder over municipalization.
Thursday, December 26,2013

CU prof: Don’t buy the promise of nuclear energy

Pandora's Promise is not realistic

By Jefferson Dodge
Frank Kreith argues that the pro-nuclear stance outlined in the documentary Pandora’s Promise is not realistic, given that the technology needed to make it a viable source of energy is decades away
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Thursday, December 5,2013

Commissioner candidate asks court to reject Domenico’s re-election bid

By Jefferson Dodge
Alan Rosenfeld, the candidate who is taking on County Commissioner Cindy Domenico in next year’s Democratic primary, has filed a petition asking a judge to declare Domenico ineligible to run for another term.
Wednesday, November 27,2013

Attorney: Draft air quality regulations a mixed bag

By Jefferson Dodge
Matt Sura, an attorney representing the groups Weld Air and Water and Grand Valley Citizens Alliance, says he views the proposed air quality rules announced by Gov. John Hickenlooper last week as a vast improvement over an earlier draft, although more needs to be done.
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Wednesday, November 27,2013

Terminally homeless in Boulder

Man struggles with kidney failure while living on the streets

By Jefferson Dodge
Jason Balousek suffers from kidney failure and has been told he only has a matter of weeks to live. When he heard that news, it made him happy, much to his doctor’s surprise.
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Thursday, November 21,2013

Dailies to hike subscription rates in new online paywall plan

By Jefferson Dodge
As the Boulder Daily Camera, Longmont Times-Call and their sister papers in the region implement a paywall to begin charging for their online content beginning Dec. 2, they will also increase print subscription rates.
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