Boulder and the state’s largest utility provider reached an impasse in talks this week, over proposals for the utility to provide wind power to the city. It’s one of the topics our media partners at Colorado Public Television and Colorado Inside Out are discussing. Here’s host Raj Chohan.
The U.S. Forest Service is expected to make a decision about Colorado’s Roadless Rule by the end of the year. The final public comment period for the proposal wrapped up Thursday with nearly 55,000 responses from across the state.
Great theatre, Music, Art, Dance and Festivals in Colorado
The Ft. Collins Jazz Experience brings Music, history, and more for you to enjoy all weekend long In Old Town Square and Oak Street Plaza. Tonight, there is a special jazz art walk, and late night jams sessions await Tomorrow’s Downtown Sessions feature two stages of free continuous jazz jams from local and regional groups showcase Colorado's rich jazz talents,
Take a close look at your phone bill you could be paying for services you don’t even use. And that has Congress renewing efforts to protect Colorado residents, and the rest of the country, from those mysterious charges.
It’s called telephone bill “cramming.” Third party companies slip bogus monthly charges onto your land line phone bill. The fees range from a few dollars to as much as $50.00 and hide in plain sight amid other legitimate charges.
The monsoonal flow has brought with it unwanted hail. Gardeners battle all sorts of conditions in an effort to get things to grow. And then a hailstorm can blow through reducing the whole garden to mush.