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Reflections from America’s litany of school shootings: What to say, what to do

Reflections from America’s litany of school shootings: What to say, what to do

Many Americans’ first thought after learning of Tuesday’s school shooting that left 19 students and at least one teacher dead was likely “not again.”
Hemp in Colorado: A Seed and Fiber Frenzy

Hemp in Colorado: A Seed and Fiber Frenzy

Though the crop is not as heavily regulated as its cousin marijuana, this cannabinoid is dealing with its own agricultural problems
Mental Health Partners to remain closed on weekends

Mental Health Partners to remain closed on weekends

The decision means residents experiencing a mental health crisis will continue to have fewer resources available to them
Women photographers are center stage at the Denver Art Museum this summer in ‘Modern Women/Modern Vision’

Women photographers are center stage at the Denver Art Museum this summer in ‘Modern Women/Modern Vision’

The DAM exhibit is divided into six parts.
This school year never got back to ‘normal.’ These are the lessons educators will carry with them.

This school year never got back to ‘normal.’ These are the lessons educators will carry with them.

A rise in teacher absences due to COVID or other illnesses — and a lack of subs to fill in for them — has been a defining feature of this year.
Thousands of CO patients put in peril due to risky prescribing

Thousands of CO patients put in peril due to risky prescribing

Known as “benzos,” the anti-anxiety drugs include trade names like Klonopin, Valium, Xanax, Ativan and others, and they are soaring in popularity.
Schools could get extra time to spend COVID relief on building fixes

Schools could get extra time to spend COVID relief on building fixes

The department’s letter says states can apply for extensions, giving schools until April 2026 to spend the last bit of COVID funds on facilities improvements.
Lisa Roy named sole finalist to lead Colorado’s new early childhood agency

Lisa Roy named sole finalist to lead Colorado’s new early childhood agency

The new department, in existence since March 1, will oversee a host of early childhood programs
Census Undercount Threatens Food/Health Programs on Reservations

Census Undercount Threatens Food/Health Programs on Reservations

The 2020 census missed nearly 1 of every 17 Native Americans who live on reservations
Taking the Waste Out of Wastewater—How What We Flush Can Be Repurposed, Recycled, and Reused

Taking the Waste Out of Wastewater—How What We Flush Can Be Repurposed, Recycled, and Reused

The city of Boulder’s wastewater treatment folks see sewage as a valuable resource. 
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