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"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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03:34 min | 1 year ago

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"I was just going to go with us on a larger scale. When you have companies like this investing into the state this is going to be a continued reason why colorado's population is going to continue to grow that. That's only right. We had a A round table. He go round table on transportation. Just a little while ago this morning and that growth is Was a major topic of conversation. And how transportation funding and transportation infrastructure can Can accommodate that growth and I think i the numbers that i've seen for northern colorado larimer and weld counties is for continued rapid growth. I think Weld county was the fastest growing Msa metropolitan statistical area In the state over a repeatedly over the years. I think that It's a fast the second fastest growing county over the next decade in colorado Over the past decade rather Along with larimer in the top five so growth is coming. It's coming we can see it every day and Yeah when you look at companies like google like amazon Like apple like facebook All of these companies are investing Big time into the front range including the boulder valley in northern colorado. Do expect weld. County is starting to see some of these bigger name. Companies started invest more in the in the Into their county. Well i do yeah. We've seen it here and there We've seen some spillover from the folder market into well. County agile technologies a biotech company in boulder often to expand in the tri town area versus boulder proper so Yes i do. Think that The the availability of land the It's much more affordable to purchase land in in weld county right now And predominantly you have Availability of water. Which is also important for Especially for biotech companies. I think there's a lot of different industries that well county can can attract Just because of the lower cost structure the availability of water and other factors we head that into a diverse already diverse economic diverse economy here in weld county with the agricultural business. And then you've got the university of northern colorado and you're looking at maybe a very profitable county. I think so you know you look at those shooting. You mentioned that of course The energy sector and cleantech cleantech very thing and well county with with bastos and and others as well but i think that You know another sector that that. I keep thinking about for well. County is the Not only food processing which you know. There's major players like j. b. s. and children's fried and others but also the natural and organic sector. I believe that There is potential for well county to attract some of those companies. Because you look at bo. Bo's oh bars which is right now looking at a major expansion. In either loveland or johnstown we think might have the The advantage there but That is the type of company that i think. Well county could absolutely attract. I think it was very well with the the economy and the food processing. That exists there talking with chris would editor and publisher of biz. West joining us now on the hotline chris..

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"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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08:15 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"What google can offer employees. Well it it's going to make it much more competitive. There's there's no doubt about that and you know you have other. High tech. Companies that are expanding apple has announced that they want to go to grow to seven hundred employees in the boulder area Over the next five years so There definitely a lot of competition for a tech employers As there is for all types of employers these employees these days but They google offers. Great benefits and people can move here from anywhere And and worked for work for the company so I think that they'll have probably less trouble than most companies in filling these slots and and one of the appeals. You know we talked in the past Google is an example of a major global technology company that came into this market after acquiring a startup. They acquired a local startup called sketch up in two thousand six and that operation They have since they send sold sketch up about six years later but they stayed in boulder because of the The access to talent The university's federal labs The entire tech economy of the front range has really kept them here. They've been able to grow and find the people that they need. And i doubt that they'll be able to do that even even in a an employment market that is constrained google. I think can can. They can find the workers that they need right. Yeah no there's no doubt in that but so so you're saying you maybe don't see an adverse effect on the local businesses there. Well i don't really i think As they bring in these workers that will create more An spinoff factories is real for jobs. At this time they pay very well. So there are a lot of spinoff jobs in in retail. Certainly the The the housing issue is is an important one for them and one of the appeals of this property that they bought is the new housing that exists there at the route of right across the street. And there's actually a a bike path that goes under thirtieth street so they can easily move from their main campus to This this building That they have that they have purchase. So there's a lot of advantages to it. But i certainly there. There are facts whenever a new company expands or a company expands like that and and you'll boulders one. There i i would say goule is very sensitive to Opponents of growth They you know they caught some flak for the expansion That they did with us. Three hundred thousand square foot campus in boulder so they are very sensitive to that issue and They are They've done some things to address housing. They've actually helped to create some Affordable housing in the city of boulder But affordable housing is is a definite issue. It's certainly an issue throughout the all along the front range and and absolutely in boulder chris would editor and publisher of west joining us Legend future legend sports park back in the news headlines. Yeah so hinchelfield. Switch as you recall is one of the original construction companies. That was working on that Has filed a lawsuit to recover about one point. Five million dollars they If you recall a a week or two ago we talked about some mechanics lanes that had been a converted into bonds So one of those lanes was filed by hensel phelps and now Hensel phelps is suing. future legends llc and some related legal entities to recover about one point five million in unpaid bills Including plus Plus interest damages and costs on the project so we will see what happens there There's not yet been a response from future legends but Still so a lot of issues in terms of The future legends complex It is Under construction now. There's a different construction company that is involved there But it looks like they still have some things to work through at least when it comes to hensel phelps Really base construction Giant construction company really. How does that. How does that play into future. Legends park is trying to get opened up here in twenty twenty two. How does a lawsuit like this effect. That well it They they say they're still on track the last We spoke with them. They think they're still on track to open up in so we'll we'll see how things progress with them. It's interesting in that Hinson felt also has named in the lawsuit Shirt tack insurance company That's the very company that provided the bonds to replace the mechanic's liens that insults had previously filed. So one way or another. They're they're trying to get paid for the work that they did I would say Future legends Jessica petoskey the developer of the sports park Said when we reported this story a few days ago that he had not yet seen the lawsuit. So we don't really have a comment from him On the merits of the case it'd be interesting to watch play out some of those other lawsuits that we've mentioned chris. We talked about the city of greeley and banner health any updates on those losses that we've talked over the last couple of weeks. Well we We got an update on that this morning. I knew you would ask about this. Tanner so We got an update and the city actually tells us that they have not yet been served with the case so they have no common and made no response. So i don't know if their service got mixed up with prince andrew service or or be going on here but they say they have not yet been served all right little Little interesting there. I appreciate the update Last one that we want to get to hear good news unemployment dropping. Yeah this is Dropping across the state and throughout northern colorado and the boulder valley and For the state the jobless rate went down to five point nine percent. That was down from six point one percent and Really the first time it's been That low since march of twenty twenty so Very good news for the The states unemployment rate And in In our area if you look at a liberal county Down to four point. Seven percents below five percent of very good for larimer county and well county is at Five point six percent but that is a big improvement over july when it was six point. Three and We're doing doing even better in older. At four point four and broomfield at four point six so a big improvement in overall unemployment rate. And when you look at the all the jobs that were lost in the pandemic colorado has now recovered a more than seventy eight percent of those jobs and that is better than the national the national rate of seventy six percent so Recovery is ongoing still a long way to go but it is it is. It is happening chris. Quarter three numbers about to come out here before too long. We seem volatility in the market. What type of impact do you think that's going to have on colorado. Well you know we had a a banking roundtable in colorado. Banke round table last week and Things are overall very positive for the market however the There is some some concern out there looking at the At the next quarter as to what might happen what will happen with traffic. Willoughby another resurgence. Will there be another wave of unemployment That occurs and what and if so will the federal government stepped in again as it did know several times here during the course of the pandemic so cautious optimism. But there there are some Things that they see over the rise in that that caused them to be If not concerned.

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"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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04:11 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"So we don't really have a comment from him On the merits of the case. It'll be interesting to watch. Play out some of those other lawsuits that we've mentioned chris. We talked about the city of greeley and banner health any updates on those losses that we've talked over the last couple of weeks. Well we We got an update on that this morning. I knew you would ask about this. Tanner so We got an update and the city actually tells us that they have not yet been served with the case so they have no common and made no response. So i don't know if their service got mixed up with prince andrew service or going on here but they say they have not yet been served all right little Little interesting there. I appreciate the update Last one that we want to get to hear good news unemployment dropping. Yeah this is Dropping across the state and throughout northern colorado and the boulder valley and For the state the jobless rate went down to five point nine percent. That was down from six point one percent and Really the first time it's been That low since march of twenty twenty so Very good news for the The states unemployment rate And in In our area if you look at a liberal county Down to four point. Seven percents below five percent of very good for larimer county and well county is at Five point six percent but that is a big improvement over july when it was six point. Three and We're doing doing even better in older. At four point four and broomfield at four point six so a big improvement in overall unemployment rate. And when you look at the all the jobs that were lost in the pandemic colorado has now recovered a more than seventy eight percent of those jobs and that is better than the national the national rate of seventy six percent so Recovery is ongoing still a long way to go but it is it is. It is happening chris. Quarter three numbers about to come out here before too long. We seem volatility in the market. What type of impact do you think that's going to have on colorado. Well you know we had a a banking roundtable in colorado. Banke round table last week and Things are overall very positive for the market however the There is some some concern out there looking at the At the next quarter as to what might happen what will happen with traffic. Willoughby another resurgence. Will there be another wave of unemployment That occurs and what and if so will the federal government stepped in again as it did know several times here during the course of the pandemic so cautious optimism..

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"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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04:12 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"So we don't really have a comment from him On the merits of the case it'll be interesting to watch allen play out Some of those other lawsuits. That we've mentioned chris you know. We talked about the city of greeley and banner health any updates on those losses that we've talked the last couple of weeks. Well we We got an update on that this morning. I knew you would ask about this. Tanner so We got an update and the city actually tells us that they have not yet been served with the case so they have no common and it made no response. So i don't know if their service got mixed up with prince andrew service or what might be going on air but they say they have not yet been served all right little little interesting there. I appreciate the update Last one that we want to get to hear some good news unemployment dropping. Yeah this is dropping across the state and throughout northern colorado and the boulder valley and For the state the jobless rate went down to five point nine percent. That was down from six point one percent and Really the first time it's been That low since march of twenty twenty so very good news for the The states Unemployment rate And in in our area if you look at a liberal county down to four point seven percents below five percent of very good for larimer county and well county is at Five point six percent but that is a big improvement over july when it was six point three and we're doing doing even better in boulder at four point four broomfield at four point six so Big improvement in overall unemployment rate. And when you look at the all the jobs that were lost in the pandemic Colorado has now recovered More than seventy eight percent of those jobs and that is better than the national the national rate of seventy six percent so Recovery is ongoing still a long way to go but it is it is..

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"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"What's going on with that. Well yeah they love and city council met last tuesday about this project and phobos have been asking for a waiver of half of the three hundred thousand dollars in sales taxes that it would have paid on ten million dollars worth of manufacturing equipment that it would purchase during its first year of operation. This would be as the Boulder based company seeks to consolidate its manufacturing operations. They already have an operation in lublin but also maintained manufacturing in boulder in the gun. Barrel neighborhood So they had asked for one hundred fifty thousand dollars in mitigation and the city council. Double that for them. So the city council voted to offer them three hundred thousand dollars and the the one key here is that not every community in the region in the state. Taxes manufacturing equipment in loveland does so this brought it more in line with other communities in the state that are competing with is They the company still has not decided yet whether they will go to loveland for this expansion or perhaps go to neighboring johnstown johnstown does not ask manufacturing equipment so loved ones action. Just brought it in line with what johnstown was Was doing as well i know you're gonna ask win. They're going to decide. They said within the next three days so now we're weekend to so i'll probably in the next three weeks. We will know where Where they will go for this. Consolidation is one way the other the leaning i mean are they do they wanna stay in loveland or are they kind of like well. If you're gonna make this hard we'll just go over to jonestown. well Yell at the city council meeting when they announced that they were going to double this Exemption for three hundred thousand dollars One of the bogo representatives said exactly that That would that you're that you alluded to You guys are tipping the scales favorably toward loveland. That was a quote from one of the bobo officials. So it. It sounds like they're leaning that way but you never know. Unintelligible deal signed where they'll go so at this moment i I i would say johnstown is probably still being considered We'll we'll know here in the next few weeks. It'll be interesting to see what ends up happening on that chris. Anything else that you've kind of got your eyes on that you're going to be looking for involving the northern colorado economy. And what's going on there. Well a big one day. Today is the shareholder vote for a boulder. A technology company boulder biotech that. We've talked about before so my logic which is going through To of your favorite terms it's going through a s- back merger right now w- That would take it public. That's been approved by the sec And they're also a unicorn valued at one point three billion dollars as a local. Start up a homegrown. See you spin off. Actually and their shareholders voting on this merger today and if as expected they approve that then some logic will be northern colorado's newest publicly traded company. Well it'll be It seems like you've always got one or two things happening here. It's got to be a covering here. Northern colorado no you cover all colorado too but covering northern colorado. There's never a shortage of topics for us. Chris not at all from northern colorado to the boulder valley which is basically our coverage area. We go as far as as westminster It's hard to keep up with sometimes but always always Interesting time yeah. No doubt chris Where can people find more your work. Where can they check out. What's coming.

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"boulder valley" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

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04:07 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"We talked all the time trying to do and sort out. Exactly what. You're saying dan All these variables that seemingly change sometimes within the same day and clark on the head when crumpled up a plan get it. The inks barely dry. And you're going to the next had to be the year for you guys. Were communication outside of yourself. I mean you're making decisions in a normal year. You're making decisions on your own. It's within your district and that's probably one of the things that happened. That came out of this assure. Looting to the communication between eighty and in that teamwork you guys have to get you have to rely on each other because it's a it was a new situation for all of you and so they're probably were many times where i go boy. I don't know how we're going to get on the same page. Like dan was saying or i just don't have any idea you know what this is gonna look like to be able to bounce that off each other. I bet that was hugh and have the grace for one. Another to to know what the other person is going through and talking talking about and what their what their needs are compared to. I mean you have a team. That's all of a sudden covert and and there's they're sitting out. They have to cancel a game. Sure well other. Schools are stepping in and chasa helped out adam bright specifically with full disk creating documents to. Hey if you. I mean really helping out schools looking for games to be able to fill game so that the teams that were healthy could play. I remember one time. I mean it was. It was like a day before a game. We we had a team cancel They were quarantined and we had a game scandal within an hour. Is that right now. It was it was that that part of that was that was the good part for sure. Yeah yeah i get kevin a lot of credit introducing me to you. You came into that group here in northern colorado that kevin brought us together and have some breakfast and yeah Get some mental health. Crying in our wheaties. If you will over things and lamenting things but also So kevin did a great job getting us together and and look forward. The collaboration just was So important no. Just trying to be proactive as possible. You know clark talking about that information and getting it out tough when you know parents can drive five miles one direction. The totally different set of rules absolutely crosses tree has working questions as district were tied to larimer county. So we're we're getting our guidance. Their saint brain. They're getting it from boulder valley in greeley. You're getting it from from the weld county health and so the inconsistencies there. Yeah and so it parent had to do on a tuesday. Night would be different than a friday night. They're asking questions and then everybody's pointing fingers at chasa so just to get that information out to me. That was probably the the biggest struggle of last year was trying to just give our parents. Correct communication yep. We're gonna we're gonna break for just a second quarter after sixteen after the collision specialist studios. Clark the coach athletic director takeovers today.

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11:37 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"A capital. T. the capital. I correct. yeah that's exactly that. At least give him that. I think that's fair. He's earned that so eventually we have to take that that title off but for now he's still getting. He's doing a pretty good job though. It's always nice to have an turn around right absolutely absolutely and So yeah we're doing it and i would say A fairly well. We got a lot of different types of news out there today and you know we. We talk every month about the where. The market is in terms of median home prices and the housing market in northern colorado in the boulder valley and Still going pretty strong but We did see. Some slight price moderation in june compared to may and there were there were two exceptions to that in terms of Lower prices lower median prices from one month to another Do you have any idea. Any guess as to what to cities showed higher prices in june Whereas others showed lower prices. Absolutely hate when you do this to me because you're gonna make new dumb. But i'm going to say i'm gonna say fort collins and i am going to say fort collins and greeley well. You're half right Greeley actually did see higher prices in june Not not by a lot. Compared to and this is compared to me Really saw the median price. Go up to three hundred seventy five thousand dollars and that was up from three. Seventy in may the other city that showed an increase was I guess we would say greeley sister city of boulder show increase up to one point three million dollars that was Compared to one point two million in may and you know a boulders median price has not been a million hasn't even been close to To below a million all year It had gotten up to more than one point. Five million in march and april that moderated. A bit in may. But it's back to one point three million in june The other other cities in our region If you look at Fort collins it was down pretty substantially down to five hundred seven thousand from five fifty three and Loveland of was also down substantially by almost a lot about thirty six thousand less then in may but still at four hundred sixty five thousand dollars and Finally longmont at five hundred thirty five thousand dollars which is still it's Probably it's third. Highest median price ever so some moderation out there but It's still a very I'd say robust market and it's important important to note even though some of these cities salah lower prices in june. When you look compared to june of twenty twenty prices are are through the roof In in greeley for example prices are sixteen point five percent higher than a year ago. fort collins about twelve point eight Loveland about sixteen boulders far higher Than a year ago it is Thirty eight percent In june from a year ago. June so It's gonna be a little interesting to see the nuances of these numbers going forward and the rest of the year when you look at at the comparable period from twenty twenty because you know for for a brief period the showings We're really not existent last year. But if you recall Housing market actually picked up good scheme year and did pretty well in twenty twenty. So it'll be interesting to see what happens in terms of these numbers as we go forward in time through through the rest of twenty twenty one and so everything's up. Obviously over a year ago. Everyone took a deep dive last year as well but why the little bit of a drop off from may well i think I think the prices are are having back You know inventories are are still low If you look at active listings In boulder for example in june there were one hundred twenty four active listings. That was down forty nine percent from a year ago. June there were two hundred forty three a year ago. in greeley evans and the the medium price is set for greeley is actually for greeley evans combined The active listing in june. Two hundred and ten. That was down almost thirty nine percent from a year ago So you know. We've seen prices soaring here this year. I think that it's it's moderating somewhat but it's it's tough to To read too much into one month Here or there you're going to have Some increases and decreases month over month. I think the the telling thing is looking at those year ago. Numbers in comparison to what we're seeing today. it's extremely robust housing market right now talking with chris would editor publisher biz west magazine. Joining us So let's let's talk about it. Light deck diagnostic has got a big federal. They're building a new a new facility. Yeah this is This is really obscene. This company is out of boulder. They read they kind of be merged a year and a half ago there were two companies that combined to form what's operating light deck diagnostics and with kobe Their business soared. They developed a a couple of five minute tests. One is for Covid nineteen antigens and one is for covid nineteen. Antibodies and again. These tests results can be delivered. In five minutes. i think there Finalizing their clinical trials right. now they've got Some substantial federal grants In the past about six million dollars in total but they just secured a thirty five million dollars federal contract to enable them to build a new production facility sixty thousand square feet and this They haven't given the location yet. This will be somewhere on the front range and the Interesting thing is There is a couple of northern There are a couple of northern colorado connections to like that they have a longstanding relationship with hess gas the veterinary pharmaceutical company out of loveland. And they just announced a partnership with hawks company which is danaher subsidiary based in loveland. A hawk conducts water quality analysis. And i spoke with one of the light deck executives last week and He said we love our loveland friends. So we'll have to see where this facility goes. it could be anywhere on the front range but It's it's a really interesting company. They have grown From eighteen people At the start of twenty twenty to about one hundred today so very rapid growth and they're expecting By the time this new facility opens in september of twenty twenty two that they'll be up to two hundred employees so very substantial growth for this company one of the example of a company that As we've talked about before has really grown in the covid era They're a biotech has done extremely well in the last year and a half and This one one example of that well in in no matter where this thing lands. I mean that's going to be huge win for whatever city. It is on that front range. Yeah absolutely yeah it definitely will be and as i said Wherever it lands they. This company has connections to other a biotech companies. Such as such as hawk In terms of water water quality analysis Tests that they can do so Very very significant development and You know they'll be construction jobs as well so And and you know it's Any anytime you're building a life sciences facility That is There's a lot of money that goes into that there there. There are requirements federal requirements. Obviously for a clean room and So they're they're more expensive to build than a lot of other types of facilities so they're the construction jobs should be Should be good as well. we'll we'll see You know a lot of construction projects right now are being affected by pipeline by by pipeline issues with a lot of products such as lumber and even glue and things of that sort so any new production Any new construction projects Have to take that into account. There could be delays in in finding Companies to take projects as well as the labor and the The the the materials that are needed for a project but We'll see if they can maintain their their timeline of opening up a year from september. Talking with chris would editor publisher with bids west and last story to get to here. Chris some some layoffs happening for along company. Yeah we'll we're we're going to clarify. This company is called computer task group inc. They're basically an it consulting firm to technology company. They have a longmont office but We've just gotten clarification This way off actually will occur in boulder. I believe it's in the The ibm complex on the diagonal highway and they are laying off eighty nine people. We think they have more than two hundred So you know we saw many many of these layoff notices There's a federal law the Worker adjustment and retraining notification act. it's called lorne w. a. r. n. and companies that Our surgeon size are supposed to file a notice. provide notice to their employees sixty day notice of layoffs and those notices are then filed with local officials and with the state and This was a notice that was just filed for this company and The the letter was just uploaded Last last night. So we got some clarification but You know we're not seen as many of these notices as we saw last year But it's still significant and y'all we we add jobs and but some jobs go away as well. Chris would What else are you watching. What are you looking for. What are you working on well. We're we're looking forward Here in a week or two. We've got our Confluence water conference. coming up. So that is we'll have a panel discussions on different aspects of water issues in northern colorado so Looking looking forward to that you're in the next Next couple of weeks all right. Chris appreciate your time as always have a great rest of your week here and we'll talk with you next week. All right thank you thanks. It's chris would editor publisher with biz. West let's.

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"boulder valley" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"He said that he's been fired from the post. And he chalked it up to a difference in style that it is editors found too insensitive. He a journalist and he's been canned. Here's what he said in a statement. My column is not a soft voiced sticky sweet npr styled piece which employs the language now mandated by the victim. Centric entity politics driven media. So this guy caldera. He wrote a column in which he criticized a directive in the associated press style book which says that sex and gender are not binary he said. There are only two sexes. I'm sorry they're identified by an x or x y chromosome that's the very definition of binary there are two of them. He says the ruling that it isn't so doesn't change science. It's a premeditated attempt to change culture and policy it's activism. He's exactly right. He's accusing modern american journalism of being activism not journalism this january third column in a column two weeks later he railed against a two thousand nine hundred and colorado law that required elementary school children to be instructed in transgender ideology. Elementary school kids with out their parents being told or consulted are now being taught transgender ideology. Some parents were not thrill a couple of years back when during school there. Little ones in boulder valley school district were treated to videos starring a transgender teddy bear teaching the kids how to misuse pronouns. Or when colorado's trans community choir sang to kids about a transgender raven he wrote what are the protections for a parent who feels that transgender singing groups and teddybears with gender dismore. You might be stigmatizing for their kid. It's exactly right our parents to be given any say so in this kind of perversion. Their kids are being taught. See rights gets fired for all this. He said he was fired by the newspapers. That to'real page editor meghan shredder. Megan told me. I was the pages most read columnists but there's now a permanent lay and perpetually offended class and in order to speak. You need to use their terminology. There's a whole lot of you can't say that is going on right hell's bells. Is that ever true. You can't say that you can't say that you know many times a day. I hear that you can't say the hell i can't. I just did an email to the washington. Free beacon meghan schrader who fired. This column is confirmed that she had fired caldara but she declined to discuss the reason his well. I tell you what i'm doing. I'm writing a job description as we speak to fill that position. I hope that i hope conservative. Colorado writers will apply knowing that.

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"boulder valley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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04:14 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well i don't know about you but i am sure glad that terry. Ranch aquifer project Despite some controversy and debate got the go-ahead because well even if it didn't they will come in fact they're coming all ready and we need water. Seven twenty five now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialist studios. This piece by dan. Mica out of his west just popped up in the trip found this kind of interesting talking about population growth and expansion and well where it's happening. Guess where it's happening none other than in weld county. Latest county level population estimate show that all four counties that comprise the northern. Front range grew between the summers of twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty twenty baht. While larimer and boulder counties were hindered by the lack of foreign migration during the pandemic well county continued. Its growth trajectory because more families are having kids here. The estimates released this month the aim to be a snapshot of populations in the states and counties as of july first of last year. The census is expected to release individual city estimates and nat next month. Incidentally the figures are also based on estimates from tax returns medicare enrollment and other federal government data sources but many different wildly from the official census count. That is expected to be re released. Some time This summer lamoure county remained the most populous of the four counties that make up northern colorado and the boulder valley reached Followed by weld county welcomed county by the way Coming in at three hundred and thirty three thousand nine hundred and eighty three people Larimer county came in with three hundred sixty thousand. Four hundred and twenty eight residents however larimer and boulder counties continued to see deep cuts in the number of international migrants moving within their borders foreign migration in boulder county actually drops between two thousand eighteen and twenty nineteen and following suit fell even further in the most recent period lammers influx of a migrants fell from five hundred seventy seven to one hundred ninety two then down to one hundred and sixty two in the current sense. It's now taking look at weld. County weld county's international in migration fell from four hundred and forty three from twenty seventeen to two thousand eighteen to one hundred and nine new residents from two thousand eighteen to twenty nine hundred eighteen. However it's drop to ninety six. In the most recent period is minimal compared of was stats coming from other counties with state universities and while every county grew from the summer of twenty nine thousand nine to the summer of two thousand twenty web county's population grew by nine thousand two hundred larger than the combined population gains of boulder broomfield and larimer counties at one thousand one hundred fifty one one thousand six hundred nineteen and three thousand one hundred and eighty seven respectively. So yep we would like the worst kept secret in the state right. But they're comment weld county great place to live work and indeed play seven twenty nine now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi. K dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the collision specialists studios..

one thousand two thousand ninety six twenty seventeen three hundred sixty thousand next month three hundred and thirty three nine thousand two hundred one hundred and sixty two four hundred and forty three Four hundred and twenty eight Larimer Mica july first twenty dan. one hundred ninety two this month one thousand six hundred ninet one hundred and nine new resid
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04:13 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm Marty Lens along with April despot, Fox 31 pinpoint whether 41 right now but wet outside And some, you know, at least kind of spring driving conditions were used to this time of year. Yeah, that wintry mix were talking about his reign has turned to snow in spots. See, that's Tamar Allison joined us earlier and has some advice. If you're just getting out there this morning. Give yourself a little more time, Tonto. Get to work. Give your give yourself a little more commute time this morning. Do there could be some potentially slick conditions out there, Rawlinson says. Despite it looking like rain on the roads, conditions could be deceptive. See that has some crews out this morning. Some plows in places travel conditions, of course, more dicey in the mountains as result of the weather. The Boulder Valley School district has some of its mountain schools closed for the day. President Biden going to be on Capitol Hill, spotlighting tonight for his first address to the joint session of Congress. He's gonna be touting his 1st 100 days in office, as well as plans for moving forward, ABC chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl with a preview. He's looking forward to his infrastructure bill. You know the so called American Jobs Act, which is over $2 trillion and beyond that, coming right off the heels of that he's hoping to do the American Families Act, which is even more expensive than his infrastructure bill. So, so he's Looking forward to a really substantial expansion of the role of the government Inn in American life, and by the way part of that's gonna be some pretty sweeping tax increases on the upper income, wealthier people in this country to pay for it all we're going to carry, of course, the speech live tonight as funny accent but with the Rockies playing on K away, you can hear it on freedom. 93 7. Now there will be no designated survivor for Biden's address. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says most of Biden's Cabinet won't be there in person because of the pandemic. Normally, the commander in chief picks a high ranking official to miss the address in case of an incident that, you know, injures the president or kills the president and other Cabinet members here. President Biden's address to a joint session of Congress tonight at seven o'clock on freedom 93 7. There would be virtual guests for President Biden's address, congressman. No Goose invited Susanna Crawford, the CEO of this Mr Carman Community Center on over 420% increase and rent assistance requests over the last year, Nagu says The center also helps provide food to the needy and uses cares act money to support the community of Lafayette. There's a concern about covered 19 cases in the state rising among the young population. Kaylie NewsRadio struck. Clark has more on this Marty Dr Rachel Hurley he had State Health Department says the most recent spikes are among kids ages. 11 to 17. We're really seeing our most rapid Increased right now in the state among middle school and high school students. Their rate is much higher than what we're seeing on average for adults in the stage. Officials believe school Associated outbreaks are a factor but also vaccinated parents resuming social activities with their unvaccinated kids could cause give be one of the causes. Down on the springs of high school into middle schools are pausing in person learning this week because of the surgeon cases. We are currently talking shots with the Clark Twins, Highlands Ranch and Parker having a vaccine clinic for teenagers today and tomorrow. Chuck Clark, a away news radio. State officials also making a push to get more shots in the arms of Colorado's. In fact, you no longer need an appointment at any of Colorado's mass vaccination sites. Governor chair policies you can just show up. These walk in or driving as the case may be driving without employment experience is really a game changer in the race to vaccinate Colorado's because there are many Colorado who don't feel like they want to load up a Web page or sign up somewhere, the governor says there are thousands of vaccine openings across the state right now. Very good. Denver health officials are also looking to make in home covert 19 vaccinations a reality. This is a historic moment for 55 year old Anna Rivera were receiving her first dose of the maternal vaccine inside her Denver home I've had once it burn more Rivera is homebound and has been unable to get to a vaccine clinic. You have trouble with walking and stuff. So it's hard to get in and out of vans or cars and stuff. So it was nice that they could come here and do it for me. Today, paramedics from AM are delivering one straight to her door. Part of a program being pushed by the city of Denver. It's very easy.

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"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"In two thousand nineteen bought Array bio pharma in boulder for ten point six billion dollars more than ten point six billion dollars last year accompanying boulder archer. Dx soul to in vitro for three hundred twenty five million dollars so It is a volatile industry but Right now Other than The the the random closures like Novartis in longmont there. There's a lot of activity a lot of jobs coming in a lot of investment coming into the biotech market and You know there's others. We've got a collins company that has is going public soon and has a treatment For cova that is In phase two trials. That's a company called siakam in boulders. Era i'm sorry. In fort collins that will soon be public as well Through a merger so A space that is Very very important for the colorado economy and for You know the boulder valley in northern colorado economy. I'm sitting here wondering look. Why are we not in the biotech industry ourselves. That's kind of what i know why i'm not. I'm not smart enough but could would you let me be a janitor at one of your biotech. That i was going to pay for myself. Not for utan. Best for myself. It all has to do with brain cells. No trust me. it's a safe bet saying that's my shoes. Well chris would editor and publisher business magazine Let's jump in here talking more about these big deals. It's encouraging to see it in some ways because it seems like you know the economy starting to become active again we hit. We had a stagnant period. But it seems like things are starting to pick back up. Some big deals in boulder ball aerospace and other big deal. Yes so this is This is the one we've been talking about their desire to expand their boulder campus. You know ball corporation. Their parent is based now. It wasn't in broomfield now based in westminster ball corporation Including the aerospace division employs more than five thousand people in boulder broomfield and westminster so very significant but ball aerospace's as we've talked about a couple of times has a proposal to expand their older campus on east arapahoe and one of the key components is that they need an exemption to boulders height limitation so right now in boulder the maximum you can build is fifty five feet But that is only in select area and the boulder city council. The older planning board is Going to look at I'm sorry the boulder city council tonight is going to look at whether to allow the fifty five foot fifty five foot To occur on the ball campus so that they could build what they want to build their They can't go over fifty five but this would allow them to go up to sixty five feet and they're also looking at another one Kind of a stagnant retail project in boulder is the diagnosed plaza which has actually has many many different owners but the city council and is going to look at allowing construction up to fifty five feet on one part of that That project Which would bring housing into a What is now a retail project. So they'll be looking at these two these two areas to determine whether they want to allow this higher higher construction On the daigle plows and with a ball aerospace so We'll know we'll know late-night tonight..

fifty five feet fifty five foot six billion dollars last year chris two tonight more than five thousand people two thousand three hundred twenty five mill east arapahoe two areas siakam fort collins boulder city council Novartis northern colorado ten point one up to fifty five feet
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NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"So we we've seen We had our. We have people that commercial brokerage sperry ban nets. Run some numbers for us Over looking at apartment sales from the last year and it's just staggering. When you look at it we we can do for our four counties that we cover and it ranged from at that time. The Seventy four million dollars for the vibe apartments In fort collins which sold last september seventy four million governors park and fort collins sold sold for sixty eight million so we're seeing that throughout the region and and really no no let up in sight talking with chris would editor and publisher biz west magazine. Well and i suppose what that craziness will just keep monitoring it say. There's no end in sight Do you have any predictions on where it goes. I mean it's just going to be the new norm with this. I think while there's a shortage of four sale properties for sale homes ingle family homes As there is now and Then i think that the multifamily market will continue. We did a very prominent expert Speak at a boulder valley real estate conference a couple of years ago His name is marcel arsenault and He has billions in assets around the world with his With his investment company but started out in broomfield and louisville area At that time he said that he thought the apartment market had reached. Its nadir But it has not happened yet so you know the market seems to continue to have strengthen I think that even even during during kobe We're seeing that. There is high demand for for rental properties and and again we still see a lot on the drawing board a lot in development review process throughout throughout the region. Chris would editor and publisher biz. West magazine aright. Chris we've been talking a little bit about The these biotech companies the more money funding on the way. Yeah so You know. I think it was just last week. That we we were talking about the biotech sector and the fact that it is very volatile we have companies that come in for sometimes a brief time sometimes for longer and then they shut down as we discussed last week. Novartis is shutting down. Its longmont operation. Four hundred people out of work. That was a facility that has now at A multiple users over the years from amgen to astra astrazeneca to Of of excess slash novartis and now it will have at some point another one but there is a lot of activity there is there are billions of dollars literally that are coming into the market for the biotech sector and in the latest one. We have a company out of boulder called in scripture which makes a gene editing platform. And they have just raised a hundred and fifty million dollars. This is serious and their Funding rounds That is Bringing their total venture capital investment that they raised over the years to four hundred and ten million dollars since the company was founded in twenty fifteen. So this was actually the largest funding round that they have had and it comes on the heels of some other very significant ones Edgewise therapeutics in boulder just went public and raised two hundred two million dollars. And then we talk last week. Also about soma logic now being valued as a unicorn and they're going to be adding a going public through a merger and That will bring them about six hundred fifty one billion in net net proceeds so You know i was looking back at a couple of the some of the deals that have occurred over the last year or two and Pfizer.

Chris marcel arsenault Pfizer last week four hundred and ten million d last year two hundred two million dollar fort collins broomfield sixty eight million Seventy four million dollars Four hundred people billions of dollars a hundred and fifty million do last september seventy louisville twenty fifteen chris about six hundred fifty one bi billions
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NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Welcome back inside the specialists studios. Thanks for being with us on his snowy tuesday morning Looking forward to this interview. Here chris would editor and publisher with biz west joining us. If you've got a busy morning already yes very busy. And you've learned a lot. I'm told that's right. Yeah we've We do an economic forecast events every year and this year of course it is virtual but We kicked it off this morning. Bright and early just before eight o'clock and i moderated a panel on Economic development so we actually had about ten economic development officials from throughout the northern colorado in boulder valley areas. And it's It really the the idea was to look at what they're seeing in the economy What they're doing to to get the economy back and just really how they have ramped up their their programs And i go ahead. Yeah one of the things that they've done kanter is You know there's been a push toward regionalization and reach cooperation for a long time but it is really Kicked off In in twenty twenty And now going into twenty twenty one but there. There's not only cooperation among agencies and we're talking about agencies that are that could be a city office like Like been snow runs in in greeley or private group like upstate colorado. But also you know those cons larimer weld county areas especially But there's there's a lot of the asian programs In cooperation as they really tried to get the economy. Back to back up and running and really responded with what i would call triage. A in twenty twenty in helping Some sectors that weren't necessarily traditional economic development targets. Yeah and that's kind of what we're asking today. You know. Chris obviously twenty twenty Kind of a crazy thing that we saw to put it lightly right. It's kind of a crazy thing that we saw but the economic impacts those are going to be felt for quite some time. Yeah they will you know the other. The other airstream thing is how they've had to shift their strategies or add to their That type of businesses that they seek to help so You know traditionally and economic development agency really focuses on what's called primary jobs high paying jobs that can be either brought in from outside To to a community or grown from within and a primary job really helps. It's high-paying as i said. And it helps to create spinoff jobs in the economy in retail and the service sector and and other other industries. And what what's really been interesting about. This is that They have had to expand their their The the universe that they target and really focus more on main street businesses as as we know that the pandemic and the economic downturn has devastated restaurant hospitality retail some retail and so they've really shifted And add those sectors to to help create programs and work with municipalities and the state and other groups To really help those those restaurants and retailers and and hotels survive. Let's talk specifically real quick. If it's okay. Chris about weld county That was what i was just discussing. And that's actually. Our poll question today is is the continued growth of northern colorado. A good thing as it continues to boom but how well county is going to be a county. That's kind of shifting where a lot of its revenues coming from as you start to see the oil and gas industry Take a step back. It's not going anywhere but we've seen it a natural regression with new legislation going in and obviously with what twenty twenty happen what is well county. What's the sectors that you expect a boom from for weld county well And we just had another session that ended a few minutes ago looking at some of the some of the key industries and i think that You're right that energy is Is going to have some have some difficulties because of state legislation and just economic conditions but there are sectors that have done a quite well throughout the region For example in the boulder area the bioscience sector has been booming. There's a lot of mergers and acquisitions a lot of new jobs being created. I think when you look at well county. There's opportunity in a number of areas. I think that There is potential for in the agribusiness sector for additional jobs. And and we see that right now right on the in weld county a also in city along with smucker's they're adding a couple of hundred jobs with a new production Line that they're building right now. But you know you look at Distribution and industrial operations manufacturing. Those have all been strong and In particularly in commercial real estate industrial has been the bright spot there has been a shortage of industrial size distribution warehouse type space. And i think that there are certainly potential in weld county with all of the land and the proximity to To the denver area as well as other parts of northern colorado I think that that areas one that can see significant growth. Talking with chris would editor and publisher of biz west What were some of the other big takeaways this morning. The northern karna listeners. Need to know well the the big Forecast is coming up here in about an hour or so with rich robinson with the university of colorado boulder keynote speaker. So we don't know what he's going to say yet. But i can tell you on In terms of the economic developers who are on the panel this morning there. There's there's both caution and and optimism. I think that As the vaccine gets out there in the community there is hope and expectation that The service sector the the restaurants hospitality sector retail can make a good comeback. And although we've lost a lot of really Sadly a lot of companies a lot of restaurants that others will arise to to take their place. There's a lot of of Belief that the housing market will remain. Strong there is still a a lack of supply of housing throughout the Really throughout the country but very acute in northern colorado and the boulder valley. There's not enough housing being built so there's at there is expectation that we will see Some additional Some additional housing and strengthen that market The the challenge that was expressed is is as we know. creation affordable housing. And that is that is something that there's no easy solution to and So i think that we will continue to see some pretty good appreciation in housing which is great for owners but not so great for For buyers so when you when you talk about this bouncing back with with a new business their place. What were their thoughts. And your thoughts as well. Chris about How quickly. We could see this. Because i know a lot of people are saying. Look if you got a little bit of money right. Now money's cheap. I mean you got interest rates that are a little bit lower right now so Do you expect turn out to be quicker than what people are expecting. Well.

Chris rich robinson denver chris tuesday morning northern colorado today before eight o'clock upstate colorado boulder valley both this morning one this year ten economic twenty few minutes ago university of colorado hundred jobs an hour
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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Remote. Learning from home. Hey away News Radio's Chuck Clark is live with the story April. Maybe your kids not waking up at noon. Today it is. It's back to school after the holiday break, And for some, it's back to class. Today, all Littleton schools along with Douglas County In Boulder Valley Elementary students are back in class. All the other Metro district will stay remote. Also, school nurses teachers getting vaccinated. The hope is that could open the door for a quicker return to sustained in person learning and remember, Winter sports gets underway later this month as well. But today looks like more like a normal return from Christmas break. And that alternative universe we've been in the last two weeks. Chuck Clark K Away news radio. Yes, I'm imagining a lot of bleary eyes out there this morning while renters in Colorado now have a new online tool to help them make informed Visions Renters avenue dot com, launched this week and includes access to hundreds of public and private resource is related to the cove in 19 Eviction Moratorium, officials say the site is translatable into more than 100 languages. It's estimated nearly 50% of Denver's population is made up of renters. You see health now offering code vaccinations to current patients over the age of 70 eligible patients are chosen through a lottery system and notified through the patient portal notification system. Patricia Roth Armel is one of the many patients over the age. Of 70 getting their covert vaccine at U. C Health Highlands Ranch Hospital. I didn't feel anything as a nurse for 40 years. She's glad for the opportunity, says the vaccine record that you'll bring back for your second shot. Rothermel was chosen through a lottery system and notified about available appointment times through my health connection that you see health patient portal..

"boulder valley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The Tuesday edition April Marty with the Fox 31 Pinpoint weather looks pretty nice right now, right around 40 degrees highs today gonna be in the low fifties. Some gusty conditions possible this afternoon, dropping known to forties tomorrow But still little Sonny. Our top story on Colorado's morning news. The stakes couldn't be any higher in today's Senate runoff elections in Georgia. NBC's Blaine Alexander reports control of the U. S. Senate comes right down to what happens here in the Peach State. That's why yesterday we saw not one but two rallies. Big names coming here to help seal the deal. President Trump Holding a rally and President elect Joe Biden, holding a separate rally of his own control of the Senate is at stake in those two races featuring two Republican senators and two Democrats. Incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler are facing tough challenges from Democrats John Asaf and Raphael Warnock. A win by the two dams would produce a 50 50 split in the Senate. Soon to be VP Kamila Harris would then be the tie breaking vote, giving Democrats control of the Senate President elect Joe Biden was in Georgia yesterday, stomping stumping for the Democrats in the runoff, folks. This is it. This'd zit. It's a new year on tomorrow can be a new day for Atlanta for Georgia and for America, Lytton says the two Republicans in the race think they work for President Trump, not the voters of Georgia Colorado Springs Republican Doug Lamborn says he will object to the certification of the presidential election. You know, Tweet, Congressman Lamborn says quote I will object to the electoral college results due to election irregular. He closes his post saying, quote Donald Trump thought for us on January 6 all fight for him. Gerry Bell. Keohane News Radio Land born joins Congressman Lauren Bo Burt and a number of other lawmakers on the side of objecting over alleged voter fraud Ken Buck, though not among them. Meantime, voters being told that she can't carry her gun on Washington, D C streets unless she registers it, D C Police chief Robert Conte told reporters yesterday that Gilbert is subject to DC laws just like everyone else. We plan to reach out to the congresswoman's office to make sure that she is aware of what the laws of the District of Columbia are what the restrictions are now the district is not recognized Colorado conceal and carry permits. The rifle Republican released an online ad over the weekend, promising to carry her handgun in D C and in Congress because she believes in the Second Amendment, members of Congress so can carry guns on Capitol Hill. Some students in the Metro area We'll be back in the classroom. As of this morning Kay away News Radio's Chuck Clark is live with the details. That's right. April. No more candy canes for breakfast. Today it is back to school for many metro students, some going back to the classroom. Today. All Littleton schools, along with Douglas County and Boulder Valley Elementary students are back to in person learning. Most district returning today are still remote. Also essential school workers are getting covert shots. The hope is by vaccinating teachers had a schedule that could open the door for a quicker return to sustained in person learning all the way, officials believe we're still many, many months away from kids getting vaccinated Chuck Clark a away NewsRadio much of the focus on the economic fallout from covert 19 has been on bars and restaurants in the Metro area. But they're not the only one suffering inside this unassuming storefront our craftsman hard at work. It's kind of an art.

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KOA 850 AM

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"boulder valley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To drop into the forties for tomorrow. Our top story in Colorado's morning news to the south, where voters head to the polls to decide key runoff elections that will impact who's in charge of the Senate, the president predicting a political disaster. If Georgia doesn't put two Republicans in the Senate, it could be your last chance to save The America that we love. That's why I'm here. I don't want to do rallies for other people. I told you, I'm here because of that, because of David and Kelly. If those candidates lose, Democrats will regain control of the U. S. Senate Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Georgia officials are assuring voters that elections in their state our secure implementation manager gave Sterling says. The necessary precautions are in place. We have a driver's license now as part of the identification process, perhaps and she ballots there's 75% of them that were requested. The reps develop portal. We have voter I d. When you check in. We got over three million votes have been cast so far. Encourages voters to research claims about disputed election results in his state, Sterling says they're providing every way they can for Georgians to cast ballots in today's Senate run offs on similar subject tomorrow. Congress Gonna hold a joint session on counting electoral votes in Colorado Congressman Doug Lamborn says he will join Congressman Congresswoman Lauren Gilbert in objecting to that certification. You know, Tweet, the Colorado Springs Republican, explains his decision, saying, My constituents deserve to know that the election was free of fraud. He closes his post saying, quote Donald Trump thought for us on January 6. I'll fight for him. Gerry Bell. Keohane News radio Police in Washington, D C say they have arrested the leader of the far right group, the proud boys on an outstanding warrant in possession of two high capacity firearm magazines, Enrique Enrique Terrio was taken into custody. When he landed in the city yesterday. It's believed the 36 year old was in town for pro Trump demonstration scheduled to oppose the congressional certification. He was wanted on the destruction of property charge related to pro Trump marches. That happened last month. All back here locally More schools will be putting kids back in the classroom as of today, but others remain on remote learning. For now, Keohane news radio's Chuck Clark, his live with the story Well, April will be here to figure out what day it is because Christmas break is over. But it's a tad different than when we headed into the break. Today. All Littleton schools, along with Douglas County and Boulder Valley Elementary students are back in class. Also lots of teachers getting vaccinated. The hope is by vaccinating teachers out of schedule that could open the door for a quicker return to sustained in person learning and also remember high school basketball, wrestling, hockey and girls Swimming gets underway later this month as well. So Starting to look a little a lot more. I should say move. More like normal. That's a good thing for everybody. I think Chuck Clark Hey away. NewsRadio. Rude awakening for my kid who's been sleeping in 2 10 30 11 o'clock in the morning. Air enters in Colorado now have a new online tool to help them make informed decisions. Renters avenue dot com, launched this week and includes access to hundreds of public and private resource is related to the cove in 19 eviction, moratorium and other important things. Officials say the site is translatable into more than 100 languages. It's estimated nearly 50% of Denver's population is made up of renters. You see, health is now offering covered vaccinations to current patients over the age of 70 eligible patients chosen through a lottery system are notified through the patient portal notification system. Patricia Roth Armel is one of the many patients over the age of 70 getting their covert back in at U. C. Health Highlands Ranch Hospital. I didn't feel anything as a nurse for 40 years. She's glad for the opportunity, says the vaccine record that you'll bring back for your second shot. Rothermel was chosen through a lottery system and notified about available appointment times through eye health connection that you see health patient portal. I was so excited and that crime Which I probably will today to. This is an emotional moment for both She and her husband, John, who also received the vaccine in the middle of the pandemic, John fought lymphoma and had six months of chemotherapy. Good. I'm in remission. A couple has been unable to see family or so long And they believe this. The scene could be the turning point. The hope that the future is going to be bright and exciting. I'm Dr Jean Kuttner, the chief medical officer at Use Healthy University of Colorado Hospital says healthcare workers feel that same sense of hope Dr Cutler's hospital administered 1100. Scenes on Saturday alone, she says, the patient portal system is working well for people who use it. Staffer planning outreach to those who don't that is Fox 30 Once Kim Posey, friends and family of a missing for Collins woman are concerned. 32 year old seen. Cummings hasn't been seen since last Tuesday. She's an avid hiker who frequents Yellowstone and Rocky Mountain National Park and lives in Fort Collins. Cummings is driving a 2015 black Jeep SUV with called no plates. E O L 263 Cummings, his white brown hair blue eyes She's 57 and weighs £140. Cathy Walker K AWAY NEWS RADIO. You're up to date now at 6 37 on Colorado's Morning News Coming up in money News, Colorado business leaders pessimistic about the economy, we will explain. And it sounds like John Elway is taking a bit of a step back from the Broncos. No longer GM of that team. Now they're looking for a new one. All right, but first,.

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