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AAA Colorado will run rescue vans, tow trucks with alternative fuel from new hydrogen station

The vehicle rescue and travel club AAA Colorado will partner with New Day Hydrogen to build a hydrogen vehicle fueling station and put AAA service vans and tow trucks on the road that run on the alternative fuel, trying to jump-start clean, renewable energy uses in the state.  “A hundred years ago, we thought it […]

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Why Antarctica relies on Centennial to find plumbers, electricians and other seasonal staff

The job opportunity of a lifetime starts this week in … Centennial, the south Denver suburb where organizers of the annual Antarctica recruiting event hope to attract people interested in a seasonal gig at the South Pole.  But you don’t need an advanced science degree to apply. Thursday’s event is in search of plumbers, firefighters, […]

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Centennial just became Colorado’s largest city to launch an alternative broadband service. What about the other 100+ that voted to control their internet destiny?

Updated on Nov. 7, 2018: Nearly 20 more cities, counties and municipalities voted to opt out of the broadband law. See a complete list in the chart at the bottom of this story. Ting Internet turned on gigabit broadband service to its first customers in Centennial last week. A ceremony was held in the front […]