Temperatures are falling in Western Colorado this weekend, and so is snow. That’s good news for local outdoor businesses.
A first wave of relief funds helped small businesses survive the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, another wave of money from the federal and state government aim to help those businesses again.
Before March 2020, Board Fox Games and Coffee, at 623 Main St., would host regular game nights. On Thursdays, you would see people deep in the throes of Pokémon card battles.
On Friday, a towering orange crane sat in a narrow alley at a factory at 2477 Riverside Parkway. It was moving packages of machinery for bike manufacturer QuikRStuff.
The number of Coloradans whose identity was stolen and used to make fraudulent claims for unemployment insurance may dramatically increase when the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment sends out wage and tax statements to recipients this month.
The state’s long-awaited new unemployment insurance filing system is up and running, but only displaced Colorado workers who are receiving regular benefits can request weekly payments at this time.
Businesses that didn’t receive money from the federal Paycheck Protection Program the last time around are first in line to get money through a revived program starting this week.
A good tattoo artist adheres to strict sanitation standards when drawing, whether it be a small flower on your calf or an intricate mural on your back.
Displaced Colorado workers hoping to restore their unemployment assistance from federal programs will have to refile — or at least reopen — claims they filed under programs that expired at the end of last year, officials with the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment said Tuesday.
In our last column about Lynne and Greg’s blended family challenges, we made a passing reference to their decision to use a small gifting strategy to pacify some of the children who felt their siblings were getting too much of their stepparents’ financial attention.