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Personal income down from last year

By Emily Shockley

Personal income hasn’t increased in Colorado since the second quarter of 2008, but the recent trend of decreasing income was less severe in the second quarter of 2009 for the state’s 2.5 million workers. The amount of money earned ...


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Havana native bishop-elect of Pueblo diocese

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The bishop-elect of the Catholic Diocese of Pueblo was born in Havana, Cuba, and while working for a bank in Florida promoted some of the first automatic-teller machines before joining the priesthood. The Rev. Fernando Isern, 51, will be ...


Legislation would aid cleanup of abandoned mines

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Good Samaritans will be allowed to clean up Colorado’s abandoned mines without some federal liability under legislation introduced by Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo. S. 1777 would free good Samaritans from exposure to penalties under the Clean ...


So, what’s the concealed-weapons law?

By Paul Shockley

A traveling salesman, Jim doesn’t need his concealed weapons permit where he spends most of his life: on the road. His Glock handgun sits tucked away in a hip holster, which he keeps at the ready in his driver’s-side door panel ...


Forbes ranks Colorado 4th best place to do business

By Emily Shockley

Forbes.com recently ranked Colorado the fourth best state in which to do business, due largely to the quality of its work force, steady growth potential and a favorable economy. Colorado moved up from sixth place in the 2006 ranking. Using ...


200,000 letters call for national roadless protections to apply to Colorado areas

By Dennis Webb

More than 200,000 people have sent messages to the Obama administration and Gov. Bill Ritter calling for the same protections for Colorado roadless areas as those provided for national forests elsewhere under a federal rule, conservationists ...


President sides with environmentalists to reinstate roadless rule

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CSU leaders tout accomplishments, lament high tuition

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Coloradans need to come to grips with the future of higher education in the state, the two top leaders of Colorado State University said. Colorado “has been silently privatizing higher education” over the years, said Tony Frank, ...


Economic forecast is optimistic about state

By Emily Shockley

Colorado is among the five states expected to recover first from the recession, according to economy.com, a Moody’s web site. Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Texas and Washington will recover during the fourth quarter this year, Moody’s ...


State needs feds’ help enforcing immigration laws, legislator says

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Law enforcement officials in Colorado are doing about all they can do to catch illegal immigrants who have committed crimes, an auditors’ report said. The state, however, could use more help from federal officials, said state Rep. Steve ...


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