Rural programs sometimes struggle to get funding, can have lower participation rates and might have residents with lower incomes who can’t afford outdoors activities
Hundreds of clinicians, medical professionals and pastors have been trained in early detection, intervention and ways to listen with ears tuned to the stresses and loneliness of rural life.
Maureen Hearty and Kirsten Stoltz’s big idea for Prairie Sea Projects is to get people thinking about the uncertain future of life in eastern Colorado by embracing the best parts of rural life
Black Cube, a Denver-based nomadic art museum, helped produce Marguerite Humeau’s “Orisons,” the largest earthwork by a single female artist
Colorado needs thousands more nurses a year to keep up with growing demand amid staffing shortages and retirements in the health care workforce. But a $1.3 million grant to the Colorado State University Pueblo graduate school and nursing program as part of an $85 million state project is intended to keep adequate health care flowing […]
The standard measure of inflation is only calculated for Denver and not the rest of the state. But here’s one new methodology.
Ranked second in the nation for program success, Colorado is a billion dollars richer in projects, with rural towns and cities both reaping the bounty
An amendment to a bill about free transit fares is stoking ire over how it would affect transportation funding for parts of Colorado with low population
Far from the Front Range, worker shortages mount as baby boomers retire, young people move away and demand rises for health care in homes and facilities
A decades-old pipeline project in the Arkansas Valley region will receive $60 million to finish construction by 2029