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1:24pm

Fri June 24, 2011
Economy

Colorado Economists See Signs of Job Growth

Creative Commons

Colorado’s economic recovery is still very much tied to the national economy which has stalled in recent months – but there are small signs of improvement in the state’s job market.

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8:30am

Fri June 24, 2011
Garden Report

Nasty Hail Storm Made for a Busy June on the Farm

Photo Courtesey of Native Hill Farm

June has been a challenging month for the folks at Native Hill Farm.  Overnight they went from having a bountiful crop to having a mess to clean up.

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5:28am

Fri June 24, 2011
Arts and Entertainment

KUNC Entertainment Report

Fasten your seatbelts, Colorado’s summer events and festival season shifts into high gear this weekend.

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5:21am

Fri June 24, 2011
Arts

Colorado Shakespeare Festival: Changes Both Appealing and Prudent

Ben Bonenfant as Romeo. Jamie Ann Romero as Juliet.
Colorado Shakespeare Festival

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival opens this weekend at the University of Colorado in Boulder with Romeo and Juliet. The company broke-even last year, but organizers have made some changes to this year’s season as they grapple with lower attendance numbers and how to keep Shakespeare relevant in the age of Twitter and Facebook.

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3:43pm

Thu June 23, 2011
Health

Partnership Could Lead to Colorado's Largest Hospital System

PVHS CEO Rulon Stacey (center) addressed a small group at Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland.
Grace Hood

A non-binding letter of intent announced today could form one of the largest hospital systems in the state.

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