Zornio: Sen. Michael Bennet reintroduces much needed bill to fight superbugs
As the pandemic rages on, Colorado’s senator is working to prevent the next one
Two years into Colorado’s home school boom, pandemic uncertainties bring new families into the fold
The state’s population of home-school students doubled in the year after the pandemic hit classrooms. The growth could be long-lasting.
Nicolais: Returning to church service in person brought me an unexpected surprise
After almost two years watching video feeds of services from home, last Sunday seemed to have a special reminder for me
Nicolais: I worked with COVIDCheck Colorado for 6 months — and will always celebrate all we accomplished
Even as COVID-19 spreads, we can recognize the extraordinary work by governments, private groups and individuals to deliver vaccines to Coloradans
COVID hospitalizations in Colorado reach their highest level since January
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported there were 705 people hospitalized because of the virus at the end of this week
Inside Colorado’s attempt to police the growing number of homeless camps in national forests
More homeless camps have been popping up in Colorado’s national forests during the pandemic
Littwin: The third jab is coming. Should rich countries go to a booster when poor countries are still missing a first shot?
Most of the COVID questions are easy. Unvaccinated kids should wear masks to school. Everyone eligible should get the vaccine. The booster is not quite so clear.
What’d I Miss?: When Fox messaging clashes with network policy
“Surrounded by toxicity”: As Colorado schools reopen, pandemic-fueled politics overwhelm classrooms
The school year is starting off in turmoil as mask mandates in some districts divide families and educators.
Littwin: Jared Polis said basically all the right things about how schools can reopen safely. He still got everything wrong
Colorado’s governor agrees that masks in school are important in the age of the delta variant of COVID, but not important enough to mandate them
Wilson: The Hancock vaccine mandate might be legal, but that doesn’t make it right
There are many of us who feel unease and fear about the coronavirus vaccine and mandates
Some achievement gaps widened between white students and their Black and Hispanic peers, new Colorado data shows
A great deal of ground was lost during a year of pandemic learning, CMAS and SAT data shows, though fewer kids took the tests last school year than did in 2019
A rural Colorado school district is spending $3 million to connect kids’ homes to the internet. Will it be enough?
Centennial School District R-1 in San Luis plans to transmit its own internet signal out to families’ homes after years of struggling with the state’s digital divide.
Colorado tourism suffered a $9 billion loss in 2020. Lodging properties were hardest hit.
Local travelers did their best to make up for lost bookings, but missing meetings and conventions did a number on earnings
Supply chain problems — from salsa to sheet metal — are hampering Colorado businesses’ coronavirus recovery
Colorado businesses face increasing costs and lengthy wait times to purchase items ranging from chicken wings to sheet metal as supply chain crunches disrupt markets across the globe.
Littwin: Denver goes all in on vaccines. They may be the first to go quite so far, but they won’t be the last.
The one thing we can be relatively sure of is that when winter comes, the pandemic will grow even worse. That’s why the time to act is now. Will the suburbs join Denver?
Littwin: As I take my mask out of storage, I have many COVID-related questions. Like, why do so many ignore the best answers?
If you trust the science — and that’s the problem; so many don’t — you know you must get vaccinated and now wear masks where advised. But even science still gets stuff wrong. Biology, we’re told, is messy.
Carman: Simone Biles’ gold medal-worthy performance a lesson for all of us
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we all need help from time to time