Denver

3:08pm

Wed September 14, 2011
Education

DPS Uses Local Radio for English Integration

Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg and others, including a representative from the Mexican consulate in Denver, touted the Maestro en Casa program Wednesday at Lake Middle School.
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School officials in Denver are re-launching a popular program that aims to teach immigrant parents English via a local radio program. 

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11:11am

Wed September 14, 2011
Music

Live @ Swallow Hill: Carrie Rodriguez & Pieta Brown

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Tune in this Saturday at 7pm for the 1st of many Live @ Swallow Hill concerts on KUNC. This premiere edition will feature multi-instrumentalist Carrie Rodriguez & “one of the best modern songwriters” (Sonic Boomers) Pieta Brown.

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1:57pm

Wed July 13, 2011
Business

Job Program Helps Colorado Teens Find Work

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Even with fewer teenagers actively looking for work this summer, unemployment among young people remains at just over 24 percent nationally. And that figure is very similar in Colorado. But one program is working to reverse that trend by offering highly specialized training to help teens compete in the adult job market.

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5:00am

Tue July 5, 2011
Local

In Forbes.com Ranking, Fort Collins-Loveland Area Makes Top Five

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According to a new Forbes.com listing, Western cities—including the Fort Collins-Loveland region and Denver—are among the best places to do business in the country.

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6:00am

Mon June 27, 2011
Environment

Federal Urban Waterways Initiative to Benefit Colorado

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Federal officials are rolling out a new urban waterways initiative that will benefit Colorado, and have named Denver’s South Platte River as one of seven pilot projects nationwide.

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