Designers decorating Colorado governor’s mansion

DENVER, Colo. – Decorators are getting Colorado governor’s mansion ready for the holidays. Members of the American Society of Interior Designers are decking the halls at the Boettcher Mansion in Capitol Hill on Monday. This year, different rooms in the mansion will be decorated to reflect Colorado’s range of lifestyles – urban, artistic, skiing, mountain […]

More snow in Colorado mountains on Monday

DENVER, Colo. – More snow is expected in the mountains before another wave Tuesday into Wednesday. Up to 4 more inches are expected in parts of western Colorado on Monday and that combined with strong winds could make travel difficult, especially on Vail and Rabbit Ears passes. Ski resorts are grateful for all the snow […]

CSPD, Pueblo PD investigate baby’s injuries

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Colorado Springs and Pueblo police are investigating suspicious circumstances surrounding a baby’s injuries. Police say an 8-week-old from Pueblo was taken to a Colorado Springs hospital on Sunday for issues regarding his growth. Medical staff there discovered multiple fractures in two of his limbs. The investigating is ongoing. Source Article from […]

Celebrate the season in Estes Park at the CAC Fine Art Gallery

Click photo to enlarge The Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park is capturing the spirit of the holidays for young and old alike with 45 days of art and music starting on Nov. 29. The celebration begins with the opening of the CAC’s 12th annual Holiday Art Exhibition & Sale in conjunction with the tree […]

Help keep Estes clean and beautiful, keep residential waste out of public trash bins

With a surge in the use of public trash bins for illegal disposal of bags of residential trash and garbage, the Town of Estes Park is asking residents to use a local trash collection service or the transfer station for waste disposal. Public Works staff empty public trash cans on a schedule that meets the […]

Larimer County project to affect traffic on US 34 east of Drake

Eastbound travelers on US 34 may experience up to 10 minute delays due to the construction of a temporary crossing east of Drake. Larimer County is building the temporary crossing to replace the Moodie Bridge that was washed out in last September’s flooding. The crossing will allow access to residents on the south side of […]

Sunrise Rotary supports music education in preschools

Small children love to bang drums, tap their feet and listen to music. Not only do kids have a good time but they learn at the same time. To help bring music to preschool children, Sunrise Rotary donated $675 to the Estes Valley Investment in Childhood Success (EVICS) to send board-certified music therapist Nancy Bell […]

Sunrise Rotary supports music education in preschools

Small children love to bang drums, tap their feet and listen to music. Not only do kids have a good time but they learn at the same time. To help bring music to preschool children, Sunrise Rotary donated $675 to the Estes Valley Investment in Childhood Success (EVICS) to send board-certified music therapist Nancy Bell […]

Creative bell-ringers needed for Estes Park Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign

If you are ready for a bit of creative fun and would like to use up some of that pre-holiday excitement and support a great cause at the same time, ringing the bell for the 2014 Estes Park Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign could be just the answer. Get creative this year, dress up, wear […]

Creative bell-ringers needed for Estes Park Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign

If you are ready for a bit of creative fun and would like to use up some of that pre-holiday excitement and support a great cause at the same time, ringing the bell for the 2014 Estes Park Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign could be just the answer. Get creative this year, dress up, wear […]

Estes Park mayor will hold monthly Coffee-Chat Dec. 3

Click photo to enlarge Estes Park Mayor Bill Pinkham invites community members to join him for the upcoming Coffee-Chat with the Mayor on Wednesday, Dec.3 at 8 a.m. at the Estes Park Senior Center, 220 Fourth Street. Residents are encouraged to engage in an open and informal discussion of local projects and issues with Town […]

Estes Park mayor will hold monthly Coffee-Chat Dec. 3

Click photo to enlarge Estes Park Mayor Bill Pinkham invites community members to join him for the upcoming Coffee-Chat with the Mayor on Wednesday, Dec.3 at 8 a.m. at the Estes Park Senior Center, 220 Fourth Street. Residents are encouraged to engage in an open and informal discussion of local projects and issues with Town […]

Citizens Information Academy delves into all aspects of town government

The Town of Estes Park’s Citizens Information Academy (CIA) familiarizes participants with Estes Park’s Town government and encourages active citizen participation. 2015 sessions will take place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25 and March 4 and 18. Most sessions take place at town hall, 170 MacGregor Ave. Participants will […]

Citizens Information Academy delves into all aspects of town government

The Town of Estes Park’s Citizens Information Academy (CIA) familiarizes participants with Estes Park’s Town government and encourages active citizen participation. 2015 sessions will take place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25 and March 4 and 18. Most sessions take place at town hall, 170 MacGregor Ave. Participants will […]

Colorado health exchange announces open of walk-in retail locations

. Caitlin Hendee Digital Producer / Social Engagement Manager- Denver Business Journal Email Residents shopping or trying to renew health insurance through Colorado’s exchange can now do it face-to-face rather than online. Connect for Health Colorado announced Saturday that it has now opened 13 walk-in enrollment centers in 11 cities. Connect for Health Colorado is […]

Colorado health exchange announces open of walk-in retail locations

. Caitlin Hendee Digital Producer / Social Engagement Manager- Denver Business Journal Email Residents shopping or trying to renew health insurance through Colorado’s exchange can now do it face-to-face rather than online. Connect for Health Colorado announced Saturday that it has now opened 13 walk-in enrollment centers in 11 cities. Connect for Health Colorado is […]

9News: What CDOT’s doing to make ski traffic more bearable (Slideshow)

Construction of the peak period shoulder lane on east bound I-70 slows traffic. It’s the lifeblood of the ski season, but the very snow that fuels it can cause real problems on the roads in and out of the high country. “We know that delays do happen and we just ask you to be prepared,” […]

9News: What CDOT’s doing to make ski traffic more bearable (Slideshow)

Construction of the peak period shoulder lane on east bound I-70 slows traffic. It’s the lifeblood of the ski season, but the very snow that fuels it can cause real problems on the roads in and out of the high country. “We know that delays do happen and we just ask you to be prepared,” […]

Up to Speed: New Postmaster General has a great idea for the USPS (Video)

Nov. 21 (Bloomberg) — Daniel Loria, managing editor at BoxOffice.com, and Bloomberg Intelligence’s Paul Sweeney discuss expectations for the opening weekend of “Mocking Jay,” the third installment in the Hunger Games series and Lions Gate’s content pipeline. They speak on “In The Loop.” U.S. Postal Service letter carrier Sharon Herbert delivers mail in Washington, D.C. […]

Up to Speed: New Postmaster General has a great idea for the USPS (Video)

Nov. 21 (Bloomberg) — Daniel Loria, managing editor at BoxOffice.com, and Bloomberg Intelligence’s Paul Sweeney discuss expectations for the opening weekend of “Mocking Jay,” the third installment in the Hunger Games series and Lions Gate’s content pipeline. They speak on “In The Loop.” U.S. Postal Service letter carrier Sharon Herbert delivers mail in Washington, D.C. […]

Thrillist names 11 must-visit new Denver restaurants (Slideshow)

Mercantile Dining & Provision. 1701 Wynkoop St. “The European-inspired menu is deep with house-made charcuterie and other tasty snacks, like warm cheese gougeres filled with gruyere fondue, or bone marrow brûlée with bacon-shallot jam,” Thrillist said in its ranking. Caitlin Hendee Digital Producer / Social Engagement Manager- Denver Business Journal Email Thrillist, a New York-based […]

Thrillist names 11 must-visit new Denver restaurants (Slideshow)

Mercantile Dining & Provision. 1701 Wynkoop St. “The European-inspired menu is deep with house-made charcuterie and other tasty snacks, like warm cheese gougeres filled with gruyere fondue, or bone marrow brûlée with bacon-shallot jam,” Thrillist said in its ranking. Caitlin Hendee Digital Producer / Social Engagement Manager- Denver Business Journal Email Thrillist, a New York-based […]

Strategies: Four omissions that contribute to a sales fog

Garry Duncan Pilots talk about being in the soup, meaning they are in cloud cover or fog, without visual reference to the ground. Yet they know where they are, and reach their destination safely. They do it by following a system or process supported by their tools. These may include a compass, GPS (ground positioning […]

Strategies: Four omissions that contribute to a sales fog

Garry Duncan Pilots talk about being in the soup, meaning they are in cloud cover or fog, without visual reference to the ground. Yet they know where they are, and reach their destination safely. They do it by following a system or process supported by their tools. These may include a compass, GPS (ground positioning […]

More on the cover story: What does it take to build a condo development?

Attorney Jim Mulligan of Snell & Wilmer Molly Armbrister Reporter- Denver Business Journal Email  |  Twitter  |  Real Deals blog While Colorado’s construction-defects law is the most pressing problem on the minds of most would-be condominium developers in the state, condo building is no easy task even in the most ideal regulatory conditions. Typical development […]

More on the cover story: What does it take to build a condo development?

Attorney Jim Mulligan of Snell & Wilmer Molly Armbrister Reporter- Denver Business Journal Email  |  Twitter  |  Real Deals blog While Colorado’s construction-defects law is the most pressing problem on the minds of most would-be condominium developers in the state, condo building is no easy task even in the most ideal regulatory conditions. Typical development […]

DBJ Dine-N-Drink Madness: Final day to vote for Colorado’s best food or beverage brand (Slideshow)

Caitlin Hendee Digital Producer / Social Engagement Manager- Denver Business Journal Email Weeks of head-to-head battles and nearly 16,000 votes later, it’s the finishing lap for the two brands who came out on top as division winners in Dine-N-Drink Madness. And of the more than 1,600 votes that have come in for the championship round […]

DBJ Dine-N-Drink Madness: Final day to vote for Colorado’s best food or beverage brand (Slideshow)

Caitlin Hendee Digital Producer / Social Engagement Manager- Denver Business Journal Email Weeks of head-to-head battles and nearly 16,000 votes later, it’s the finishing lap for the two brands who came out on top as division winners in Dine-N-Drink Madness. And of the more than 1,600 votes that have come in for the championship round […]

Griffis Group buys Lafayette’s Strathmore Park Apartments

Griffis Group Residential reported this week that it purchased the Strathmore Park Apartments in Lafayette for $39.9 million. The complex will be renamed Griffis Lafayette Station. Built in 1999, Griffis Lafayette Station is at 440 Strathmore Lane. The complex includes one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. There is also a clubhouse, business center, fitness center, heated […]