April 9, 2007

Economic chasm may expand further between whites and minorities, study suggests, unless higher education, career training increase among minorities By PERRY SWANSON THE GAZETTE A financial and career gap between whites and minorities could get (Read More)

Subprime lending

April 8, 2007

Think twice before using ‘creative financing’ ADVISER FRED CROWLEY Strategies for the business sector Subprime mortgages carry a perceived elevated risk of default. While not a hard number, mortgages extended to applicants with a Fair (Read More)

Not Quite Homeless

April 8, 2007

It’s scary and cramped, but for some, living in motels means they’re not quite homeless By ANTHONY LANE THE GAZETTE The cell phone doesn’t work, but Renee Foster, 14, believes it keeps her safe. She (Read More)

Michael R Herbison

April 8, 2007

Michael R Herbison, 65 of Sheridan died Thursday, March 29, 2007 at home. Mike was born May 3, 1941 in Los Angeles California the son of Ray and Elizabeth Herbison. He attended school in Cheyenne (Read More)

State care for senior veterans

April 8, 2007

By The Denver Post Editorial Board Atrocious conditions at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the continuing flow of war casualties have Americans justifiably concerned about the care of those who’ve fought for their (Read More)

A mentor to many’

April 6, 2007

‘A mentor to many’ Businesswomen honor Makepeace with 2007 Athena award By BILL RADFORD THE GAZETTE The winner of the 2007 Athena award is a woman well-known not just to the crowd of businesswomen gathered (Read More)

State budget limit can be changed

April 6, 2007

By Bob Ewegen Denver Post Columnist Article Last Updated: 04/06/2007 07:37:55 PM MDT Legislators, state officials and leaders of Colorado’s cash- starved higher-education community are poring over an obscure memo from the Office of Legal (Read More)

CU alum set for trip to space station

April 6, 2007

By John C. Ensslin, Rocky Mountain News April 6, 2007 Many of NASA’s astronauts have graduated from the University of Colorado. A few even came from Colorado, such as part-time resident Scott Carpenter. But Steve (Read More)

CU chemist honored for teaching, research

April 6, 2007

Boulder chemist Margaret Tolbert has been awarded the 2007 Hazel Barnes Prize, the highest faculty recognition for teaching and research given by the University of Colorado at Boulder. Tolbert was honored for her work on (Read More)

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