“We took a small-acreage farming course and contemplated looking for farm property,” Bob said. “And then we learned we were probably too old.” Both Bob and Susan are in their 50s.
“We heard twenty-
Boulder-based Doc Popcorn International Inc. plans to have its all-natural flavored popcorn sold at 15 locations in Palace Entertainment venues across the country. Palace Entertainment is a leisure park operator, hosting more than 13 million visitors annually at 40 locations across the United States.
The city of Longmont reported a 2.1 percent increase in sales- and use-tax revenue for collections in April, representing sales in March, of $4,287,696, compared with $4,199,864 for the
Supporters of higher education in Colorado might sympathize with Sisyphus, as they push for a return to stability for funding of the state’s colleges and universities.
University of Colorado president Bruce Benson made a splash recently, announcing plans to poll voters about a possible ballot measure to fund higher education. The prospective
That’s the message that U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., has delivered to the Office of Management and Budget after the OMB decided to sequester $150 million in fees from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
“OMB’s decision could exacerbate the current backlog of applications and delay the opening of new satellite offices like the one scheduled to open in Denver in February 2014,” according to a press release issued by Bennet’s office.
Bennet notes that
Robert Grubb, co-founder and chief executive of Longmont-based Alliant National Title Insurance Co. Inc., was elected to Northwood University’s board of trustees. Grubb also serves as national co-chairman of Northwood’s capital campaign along with his wife, Julie, and is a member of Northwood’s board of governors.