Ethics rule at absurd extreme

January 28, 2007

By Jim Spencer Denver Post Staff Columnist Dominique Torres will cash a $200 check she received Saturday from 9News in recognition of her work as a school volunteer. When the Mead Middle School seventh-grader does, (Read More)

Halftime heave helps winning Roadrunners

January 28, 2007

By BOB STEPHENS THE GAZETTE Tonya Tripp scored 18 of her game-high 25 points by halftime and seemingly gave the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs a one-point lead at intermission. But when Paige Powers (Read More)

Thinking up something new

January 28, 2007

Event offers kids hands-on creativity, meetings with grown-up inventors By R. SCOTT RAPPOLD THE GAZETTE Nine-year-old Brandon Bloom had his epiphany while brushing his teeth. Why, he asked, did he have to use two different (Read More)

Meissner, Lysacek win titles

January 28, 2007

By John Henderson Denver Post Staff Writer Article Last Updated: 01/28/2007 01:19:38 AM MST Spokane, Wash. – Four years ago, Ryan Bradley was content to enroll at Colorado-Colorado Springs and be a normal college kid (Read More)

Wyoming win was a close one

January 27, 2007

CU lost bid to host new $60M supercomputer By Todd Neff Saturday, January 27, 2007 THE BIDS Wyoming won the right to host NCAR’s new $60 million supercomputing center this week. Here’s how its bid (Read More)

Med school deliverance

January 27, 2007

Senate Bill offers needed revenues January 27, 2007 The original purpose of the tobacco settlement trust fund was to help curb smoking and otherwise improve health care in Colorado. But that purpose got partly sidetracked (Read More)

Revitalizing higher ed

January 27, 2007

State has opportunity to put it ‘in the queue’ By Stephen Jordan January 27, 2007 With a new governor and a new slate of legislators now in office, Colorado is poised to address – meaningfully (Read More)

Ritter speaks in Springs

January 27, 2007

Talks of boosting funding for roads By SARAH COLWELL THE GAZETTE Speaking at the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce annual dinner, Gov. Bill Ritter said Friday he is taking economic development very seriously during (Read More)

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