Hasta la vista, Guv

January 9, 2007

Owens departs, having done some good in the Capitol Bill Owens will find himself officially out of his old job today. And as the former governor heads off to new pastures, it’s fitting to make (Read More)

Martian landing in city

January 9, 2007

CU, Southwest Research Institute are finalists for $475 million mission By Todd Neff Tuesday, January 9, 2007 Someone in Boulder will lead a $475 million mission to study the Martian atmosphere, climate and potential habitability, (Read More)

Teams seek Mars deal

January 9, 2007

2 Boulder finalists vie to build craft to study atmosphere By Jim Erickson, Rocky Mountain News January 9, 2007 Two Boulder science teams will vie for the contract to build a $475 million NASA spacecraft (Read More)

Stem cell advance lauded

January 9, 2007

But harvesting of amniotic fluid has limits, experts say By Jim Erickson, Rocky Mountain News January 9, 2007 Stem cells harvested from amniotic fluid may hold great promise for treating disease, but they are not (Read More)

2 Boulder teams launch battle for Mars probe

January 8, 2007

By Jeremy P. Meyer Denver Post Staff Writer DenverPost.com Two Boulder research teams will vie to build an orbiting space probe to analyze Mars’ atmosphere, NASA officials announced Monday. The two teams – one from (Read More)

Legislative leaders right about 41

January 8, 2007

Fitz-Gerald, Romanoff oppose exceptions January 8, 2007 It was music to our ears Friday when state Senate President Joan Fitz-Gerald and House Speaker Andrew Romanoff told us in a meeting at the News that the (Read More)

UCCS men win game at buzzer on 3-pointer

January 7, 2007

Patrick Hannaway nailed an off-balance 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a stunning 78-77 victory over the New Mexico Highlands Cowboys on Saturday at Las Vegas, N.M. (Read More)

Democrats Plan Evolves (and Narrows)

January 7, 2007

Perhaps the realities of governing are setting in. On the campaign trail, and even in the first giddy days after they swept into power in November s elections, Congressional Democrats discussed an expansive (and expensive) (Read More)

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