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  • Colorado Spirits Trail seeks to turn liquor into a tourism draw February 22, 2018
    Following in the footsteps of Colorado's exploding beer scene, the state's growing craft distilling industry will make its biggest attempt to become a tourism draw with the launch of the Colorado Spirits Trail. It's a project of the Colorado Distillers Guild, which is funded partially by a $25,000 matching marketing grant from the Colorado Tourism […]
    Ed Sealover
  • Lauded East Denver restaurant to close February 22, 2018
    Solera Restaurant and Wine Bar, a highly regarded East Denver eatery, will close in March to make way for a new concept following its sale by chef/owner Goose Sorenson. Sorenson launched the Spanish farmhouse-style restaurant in 2001 after the 9/11 attacks threw a wrench into his plans to live and cook in New York. Though […]
  • Denver adopts new affordable-housing investment policy February 21, 2018
    The Denver City Council has adopted a five-year policy, strategy and investment plan called Housing an Inclusive Denver after a year of public input and research. The policy, adopted late Tuesday, aims to guide the city's affordable-housing investments to create and preserve strong neighborhoods that are accessible and affordable. The plan is centered around four […]
    Kelcey McClung
  • Google shows off new Boulder campus, funds K-12 computer science program (Photos) February 21, 2018
    Google Inc. showed off its new Boulder offices on Wednesday, letting the media tour the pair of 100,000-square-foot buildings the online giant moved its 800 local workers into Dec. 4. The space, off 30th and Pearl streets, is where the company plans to expand to employ 1,500 people after a third building on the property […]
    Greg Avery
  • Colorado Republican governor candidates challenge state policies at forum February 21, 2018
    Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidates laid out a wide range of ideas Tuesday for changing policies established or backed by Gov. John Hickenlooper, from narrowing the job-growth tax incentive program to tearing into the budget of the Colorado Department of Transportation. Speaking at a forum put on by the Colorado Business Roundtable and the Denver Business […]
    Ed Sealover
  • Colorado power provider seeks new solar supply — with battery backup February 21, 2018
    The Platte River Power Authority, which serves cities on Colorado’s northern Front Range, is looking for 20 megawatts of new solar power resources — plus the ability to store up to five megawatt-hours worth of power.  The authority issued its request for proposals on Wednesday; bids are due on March 30.  The search for new […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • Kinder Morgan updates on Canadian pipeline at Colorado conference February 21, 2018
    The project faces a number of roadblocks.
    Joshua Mann
  • Keeping an eye on power: Meet the consumer counsel who represents the public in PUC utility cases February 21, 2018
    "Consumers are interested in energy issues and participation is on the rise."
    Cathy Proctor
  • Chief of Xcel Energy’s Colorado operation is getting promoted February 21, 2018
    David Eves, president of Xcel Energy Inc.’s Colorado operations, got a promotion Wednesday — but he’s keeping his current gig for the time being.  Xcel announced Eves has been named its executive vice president and group president for all its utilities serving customers in eight states, effective March 1.  He takes the place of Marvin […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • Amazon HQ2: As final pick gets nearer, metro Denver eco-devo agency will deliver data February 21, 2018
    Amazon wants school data and details about water and electric supply. It's all part of the race for HQ2.
    Monica Mendoza

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