Last summer, as the Gulf oil spill was finally being brought under control, I found myself thinking about Hollywood disaster movies — and how they differ from real-world disasters. In the last few weeks, as tragic events have played out in Japan, I realized I'd left something out: the menace that can't be seen.
Loveland officials are anxiously awaiting word on whether the Colorado Association of Manufacturing and Technology will choose their city to be the site of a new technology park.
The city is one of five contenders to submit a proposal for the new Aerospace and Clean Energy Park, in which NASA will also play a part. Loveland has proposed using a vacant 800,000 square foot property that was once home to Agilent Technologies and Hewlett-Packard . The announcement could bring more than a thousand jobs to the area.