The transition from fossil-fuel generated electricity to renewables is proving tricky for Colorado’s largest utility.
Plus: As 84% of workers surveyed say they plan to keep working past retirement age, Colorado considers the benefits of an older workforce.
Adams County was especially hard when Third Creek pipelines were dismantled because of safety concerns. Small operators walked away from 225 wells.
The programs are especially critical given that farmers in the U.S. are aging faster than young farmers are getting in line to take their place. One-third of the 3.4 million American farmers are over the age of 65, according to latest Census of Agriculture.
Depending on your perspective, buying a house today is better or worse for your pocketbook. Plus: How Coloradans are coping with higher prices.
Colorado’s largest utility is passing on price hikes that will raise the average natural gas bill to $177 from $115
The legislature, given inflation and constraints under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, is facing the prospect of cutting its spending plans, according to economic forecasts presented Thursday
Restaurants say it’s been hard to find workers, especially for jobs in the kitchen, bussing tables and “back of the house.”
A diverse group of entrepreneurs talk about the difficulties of being a startup trying to attract attention and funding.
It’s year 11 for the annual entrepreneurial fest that is Denver Startup Week, which begins Monday. And it’s still packed with speakers and sessions on how to start, run and grow a business. It’s also free. And from what we’ve learned about the missing workers in the pandemic, a chunk of them went on to […]