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2015/02/27 20:19
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Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.) speaks (The Associated Press) As the Post’s Joby Warrick reported earlier this week, Rep. Raul Grijalva (D- Ariz.), the ranking member of the House Committee on Natural...
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2015/02/26 15:19
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The title page of the First Folio at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. In the words of King Lear, today we learn “who loses and who wins; who’s in, who’s out.” The Folger...
2015/02/26 12:26
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Ah, the joy and pain of parenthood. I remember being invited by a gentleman friend to attend a theater production his son was in, along with other lady friends of his that I didn't know. When...
2015/02/25 21:42
2015/02/25 21:42
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Engineers at the University of Colorado Boulder have invented a simpler process that can simultaneously remove both salts and organic contaminants from the wastewater, all while producing additional...
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2015/02/25 16:24
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George W. Bush signed the No Child Left Behind education measure into law in 2002. (WIN MCNAMEE/REUTERS) Earlier this month I published part of a policy memo from the National Education Policy Center...
2015/02/25 14:13
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Philip Connors will speak about and sign his new book "All the Wrong Places," tonight at the Boulder Book Store. (Courtesy photo) Philip Connors' "All the wrong places" is an unforgettable account of...
2015/02/25 01:18
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A bill to regulate the use of drones by government agencies in Colorado met stiff resistance Tuesday in a legislative committee, where critics argued it would hurt public safety efforts and threaten...
2015/02/24 21:39
2015/02/24 21:39
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Our guts literally teem with beneficial bacteria. But not all bacteria are harmless. Disease-causing bacteria, known as pathogens, can infect our intestines, causing illness or even death. Bacterial...
2015/02/24 13:21
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London and New York are like ancient AZTEC cities: Human settlements have grown in a similar way for millennia Scientists at the Santa Fe Institute in New Mexico studied building use and economic...
2015/02/23 21:49
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Ivan Orkin’s story is one of legend in the food community: A self described “Jewish Kid from Long Island”, Ivan realized his dream of cooking while doing it in Japan on his terms. Armed with a...
2015/02/23 14:16
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For nine years running, state senators Steve Farley and Andy Biggs have been duking it out over a ban on texting while driving. Farley, who's authored a proposal annually since 2007, insists that...
2015/02/23 13:04
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The United States prides itself on offering broad access to higher education, and thanks to merit-based admissions, ample financial aid, and emphasis on diverse student bodies, our country can claim...
2015/02/22 16:13
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As Zachary Carrettin, second-year music director of the Boulder Bach Festival, approaches the monumental Mass in B Minor this weekend, one of his top concerns is getting the right balance on several...
2015/02/22 10:38
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Bigger human settlements were more productive: Study Just like modern cities, the bigger ancient settlements were more productive than their smaller counterparts, shows a new research. The findings...
2015/02/20 04:20
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SALEM, Ore. » Kate Brown took the oath of office as governor here on Wednesday, capping a decadeslong climb through the ranks of state government but also commencing what is certain to be a wrenching...
2015/02/20 03:42
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... are beginning to get a sense of regional variation in methane emissions from natural gas production," said lead author Jeff Peischl, a scientist with the Cooperative Institute for Research in...
2015/02/19 19:48
2015/02/19 19:48
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The artist’s life is one of constant searching. Theirs is a restless journey, one constantly straining to see over the next horizon — and filmmaker Tom Shadyac’s journey has taken some unexpected...
2015/02/19 19:48
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If the banjo was an actor in today’s movie industry, it would be suffering from a severe case of typecasting, relentlessly placed in the role of Appalachian hillbilly instrument, a medium suited only...
2015/02/19 06:25
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Christine Bartel FLINT —Christine Bartel has been appointed president and CEO of McLaren Homecare Group, a subsidiary of McLaren Health Care. She officially begans this position Feb. 16, and will be...
2015/02/18 14:47
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A "throwback" show put on by a non-profit dance company in Missoula, Bare Bait Dance, is taking a look at the roles women play in modern times, and in the 1950s and 1960s. The creators of the show...
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