Coronavirus has spoiled Colorado schools’ decade of planning to improve nutrition, get kids exercising
Even for the Colorado districts or schools that are back in-person, there’s no return to normal for the PE and nutrition programs that make up the core of school-based health.
At first, Colorado didn’t have enough coronavirus tests. Now, it’s asking more people to get tested.By Jesse Paul Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
All three Colorado College dorms quarantined after 10 students test positive for coronavirus in past weekBy Jesse Paul Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
Toxic algae are filling Colorado lakes with slimy pea-green soup. Are hotter summers making it worse?By Jennifer Brown Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
As Colorado College students arrived on campus, one tested positive for coronavirus. Now, an entire dorm is quarantined.
The situation underscores the difficulty of higher education during the pandemic as students at University of Colorado Boulder, the largest university or college in the state, begin moving into their housing
Police Chief Vince Niski wrote in a letter to the community Monday that Sgt. Keith Wrede was suspended for 40 hours
These Colorado school districts are welcoming students back for in-person learning this fall. Here’s why they feel it’s safe.
District leaders are weighing health risks against students’ learning and mental health needs. Some will open school buildings in a few weeks.
The New Life Church, where at least 9 in 10 parishioners went without masks on the first Sunday after Colorado’s order began, was certainly not unique
Colorado doesn’t appear to be a presidential swing state in 2020. That could spell big trouble for Cory Gardner.
Republicans say Donald Trump needs to keep the race fairly close in Colorado in order to give Gardner a chance at reelection. But with the president’s polling slipping across the country they are worried the state won’t get enough attention.
Why the attention to the sewage? A Utah city spotted a spike in coronavirus a week before it showed up in tests. That knowledge could allow communities to act to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum will feature 12 galleries that include exhibits on athlete training, the Summer and Winter Games and the USOPC Hall of Fame
Environmentalists are lining up against the plan to benefit Aurora, Colorado Springs and some Western Slope interests. The fight, they say, “will be as big as the Two Forks fight was.”
Halfway into 2020, work is about 50% done on the new visitor’s center, which, at 38,000 square feet, will be more than twice the size of the current Summit House, built in 1963