Fort Collins

3:02pm

Mon February 6, 2012
Health

Uncertainty Looms Large as Fort Collins Dispensaries Face Ban

Bobbi Jordan answers questions at Infinite Wellness Center, which is planning for its last day of business on Feb. 13.
Grace Hood

Medical marijuana dispensaries in Fort Collins are supposed to close next week after a ban on such facilities was approved by voters last fall. But what happens next is still uncertain.

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12:44pm

Thu February 2, 2012
Health

Fort Collins Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Challenge Ban in Court

Kind Care of Colorado is one of six medical marijuana dispensaries challenging the voter-approved ban.
Northern Colorado Rolling Paper

Six medical marijuana dispensary owners in Fort Collins are suing for the right to stay open.

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9:34am

Thu January 19, 2012
Politics

Proposed Internet Piracy Law Strikes a Chord at Udall Town Hall

Grace Hood

Senator Mark Udall swung through Northern Colorado yesterday with stops in Greeley, Brighton and Fort Collins. While the focus was on jobs and the economy, it was a proposed Internet piracy law that attracted a lot of discussion at a town hall on the Colorado State University campus.

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7:20am

Thu January 5, 2012
The Two-Way

Denver Reconsiders The Olympics Despite Dumping 1976 Games

Originally published on Thu January 5, 2012 12:37 pm

February 1976: The Winter Olympics were moved to Innsbruck, Austria, after Denver decided it couldn't host them.
Hulton Archive Getty Images

It may be the most insulting snub in Olympic history. After seeking and winning the right to host the 1976 Winter Olympics, the city of Denver backed out of the games. Colorado voters rejected public funding of the Olympics in 1972 and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was forced to turn to Innsbruck, Austria, the host city eight years earlier.

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5:00am

Fri November 4, 2011
Politics

Fort Collins Dispensary Owners Ponder What’s Next

Grace Hood

Medical Marijuana Dispensaries owners in Fort Collins are evaluating their next steps after voters this week banned their businesses from operating within city limits. After the final election results are certified they’ll have 90 days to close their storefronts. And some are hoping to stay open, albeit with a slightly different focus.

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