Mineral rights under Stapleton land were nearly made available for auction last month, which would have allowed oil and gas operators to bid for the right to drill. By a 4-0 vote, influenced by public comment, the State Land Board rejected the idea, but what is going on?
The second session of the 71st Colorado General Assembly convened Jan. 10. As always, the key numbers are: 65 representatives, 35 senators and one governor in a maximum 120-day long gathering to determine the state’s future.
The Park Hill Golf Course to Close in 2019. The big question is whether that closure will be permanent.
The figures in the map speak for themselves, but for those who prefer words: segregation persists in Northeast Denver schools, even in 2018.
The history of the National Western Stock Show is Denver’s history. Visitors and exhibitors experience Denver’s roots every January, as Western culture pervades the city for two weeks. As the National Western Center undergoes major renovations over the next few years, the changes will be met with a mix of nostalgia and anticipation.
Cell towers began popping up across the landscape in the mid-’90s. Now, as wireless communications continue to evolve, “small cell” installations will proliferate on city streets. The cause? Massive increases in mobile data demands and the need to densify networks. Verizon representatives say industry projections are for a fivefold increase in data demand by 2021.
“The story of Colfax deserves to be told,” says Jonny Barber, a musician, former Elvis impersonator and curator of the new Colfax Avenue Museum.
The project to widen I-70 from I-25 to Chambers Road, the Central 70 Project, reached a milestone in November when CDOT reached agreement with Kiewit Meridiam Partners (KMP) on a complex public-private partnership (P3) for building, operating and maintaining the 10-mile stretch of highway.
As Denver metro housing prices continue to rise, so also does the community focus on affordable housing. The Front Porch offers this overview of recent activities affecting affordable housing in northeast Denver.
What’s Next?” is the question we’ve heard since the Dec. 11 community-wide listening sessions about keeping or changing the Stapleton name. Five organizations that contribute to the community in different ways sponsored the two sessions, one afternoon and one evening, to get a sense of community views on the subject. All five organizations have Stapleton associated with their names.