Sugar Loaf Mountain as seen in the distance after the Four Mile Canyon fire.
Credit Photo by Kirk Siegler
The US House has given unanimous approval to a bill by Colorado Senator Mark Udall that would allow a land swap between the US Forest Service and a rural Boulder County fire district to enhance local wildfire fire mitigation and firefighter training efforts.
As we put the finishing touches on gift-giving this holiday season, it’s also a good time to consider a gift to one of the many worthwhile community gardening programs. There are a number that help people all over the world – and right here in Colorado. KUNC gardener Tom Throgmorton has more.
Machelle Pacheco was left in constant pain after an auto accident. Pacheco had a difficult time receiving aid and was trying to receive SSDI. Connections has helped Pacheco by being a strong advocate
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To walk into Connections for Independent Living’s downtown Greeley location is to be greeted with brightly colored walls, open communal spaces, inspirational posters, a friendly smile and an introduction to Flash, the excitable blue betta fish. A warm welcome is only the beginning; the staff members work tirelessly to help people with any type of disability to gain the self-confidence, legal aid and funds necessary to live independently.