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REPLAY: The Colorado Sun hosts a discussion on the state’s transportation-funding future

The Colorado Sun is hosting a virtual event on the state’s transportation-funding future on Wednesday night. Joining us will be: State Rep. Matt Gray, D-Broomfield Sen. Faith Winter, D-Westminster Sen. Ray Scott, R-Mesa County Sandra Hagen Solin, founder of Capitol Solutions Register here to participate. The free virtual event begins at 6 p.m. You can […]

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REPLAY: A conversation with Pat Schroeder

Join us as Former U.S. Rep. Pat Schroeder, the youngest woman to ever win a Congressional seat when she took office, chats with Colorado Sun editor Larry Ryckman and The Center for American Politics’ Seth Masket. Representative Schroeder was awarded the 2021 Estlow Center Anvil of Freedom earlier in the day and hosted a masterclass […]

Posted inCOVID, Health, News

Colorado to offer walk-in coronavirus vaccinations at three sites

Three Colorado mass coronavirus vaccination sites will begin accepting walk-in patients starting on Wednesday. People will be able to get vaccinated at the following sites without an appointment: The Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. […]

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SunLit Interview: Bravery set Michael Chowdry apart, says his wife and biographer

Michael Chowdry was born to fly. For a Pakistani boy born to modest means, though, getting airborne required unbounded self-confidence, rare determination and the courage to travel halfway around the world. He ultimately succeeded in becoming both an accomplished aviator and founder of the world’s largest all-cargo airline, Atlas Air. His wife and business partner, […]

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Grocery store workers. The son of refugees. A soon-to-be grandfather: These are the 10 people killed in the Boulder King Soopers shooting

When a gunman opened fire in a King Soopers in Boulder on Monday, 10 lives were cut short. Those included a Boulder police officer, three grocery store employees, and shoppers who happened to go there that afternoon to buy food.  Here’s what we know about those who were lost: If you’d like to share information […]

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Weekend snowstorm, at 27.1 inches, was Denver’s 4th largest dating back 140 years

The weekend snowstorm that pounded Colorado was the fourth largest in Denver’s 140-year recorded weather history, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. Just over 27 inches of snow fell at Denver International Airport between Saturday and Sunday, eclipsing all but three storms recorded in the Mile High City since 1881. Only the following […]

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2 Pueblo County sheriff’s deputies shot while trying to confront man making threats

Two Pueblo County sheriff’s deputies were shot Friday afternoon while trying to confront a man who, from his home in Pueblo West, was making threats toward government buildings and law enforcement in Tennessee. Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor said both wounded deputies are expected to fully recover. “They’re going to be fine,” he said. One […]