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Thursday, December 16,2010

Kids raise funds for shelters after dog euthanized

By Jefferson Dodge
They are selling holiday-themed lotions to raise money for Boulder-based Shelter Me Photography, an operation that provides free professional photo services to shelters around the country. Shelter Me accelerates adoption rates through the circulation of high-quality, promotional images of pets on websites and in newspapers, for example.
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Thursday, December 16,2010

Consider books over toys this season

By Jefferson Dodge
The 2010 Kids and Family Reading Report, conducted by Scholastic and the Harrison Group, found that parents are increasingly concerned that kids seem to be reading fewer books as they spend more time online and on cell phones..
Thursday, December 16,2010

Experts: Prosecuting WikiLeaks will be difficult

By Jefferson Dodge
They say there has never been a case in which a third party - in other words, someone other than the individual who stole the documents in the first place - has been successfully prosecuted by the feds after circulating classified defense information.
Thursday, December 9,2010

Skunky money

Why won’t banks treat dispensaries like other businesses?

By Jefferson Dodge
At least one consultant is introducing a sophisticated computer tracking system that documents medical marijuana from seed to sale. There is also an effort to create a state credit union that caters to the medical marijuana industry.
Thursday, September 30,2010

The end of an era

Jones store on the Hill closing today

By Jefferson Dodge
At the close of business today, a general store that has become a Boulder institution will shut its doors for the last time.
Thursday, September 30,2010

A regent race that actually matters

By Jefferson Dodge
Currently, the board is controlled by Republicans, 5-4. Three positions are up for election this November, and two of those seats are expected to stay with their current parties, given political dynamics in the First and Fourth Congressional Districts.
Monday, September 27,2010

John Fayhee’s latest is worth the trip

By Jefferson Dodge
Fayhee, whose gruff and scruffy exterior are paired with wit and a healthy dose of sarcasm and cynicism, was known for having a bit of a wild streak. At times, his adventures were traced to one of the local watering holes, at others, to one of the nearby 14ers.
Thursday, September 2,2010

Squatters' Rights

Eldorado Springs says county is passing the buck on new sewer system

By Jefferson Dodge
County officials argue it was clear from the start, based on county commissioners discussions at the time, that the $1.8 million would not be enough to cover the entire cost of the project, and that the homeowners should be the ones who pay for the new system in its entirety, since they are the only ones benefitting from the sewer plant.
Friday, August 20,2010

Student Guide 2010: You're in college, it's time to get politically active

By Jefferson Dodge
While proponents of the tax-killing measures say government has gotten too big and that people need to save all the money they can in this sluggish economy, opponents of Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 say the initiatives would effectively shut down state government, crippling crucial public services and infrastructure.
Friday, August 20,2010

Student Guide 2010: What's in a name?

By Jefferson Dodge
It was formerly known as the University of Colorado Student Union, a name that student leaders say was too confusing. According to Anthony DeLaRosa, CUSG chief of staff, some students thought it was a building, while others thought it was some kind of labor union.
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