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Students in San Luis Valley Needed for Whitewater Rafting, River Surfing

Middle- and high-school students in Colorado's San Luis Valley will get to go whitewater rafting for the first time this summer

Need for Mental, Substance-Abuse Treatment Increased During COVID

Colorado's community health centers have seen a dramatic increase in patients in need of care.

Lessons During COVID Spotlight Path Toward Greater Food Equity

After the coronavirus pandemic shut down restaurants and emptied grocery shelves, food experts said lessons learned while rebuilding regional supply chains could be tapped to make Colorado's food system more resilient and equitable.

Cooperation Key to Restoring Wildlife Migrations

Wildlife migrations are a part of the American West's lore and history, but many of those centuries-old passages are now obstructed by the trappings of modern civilization.

College Trustees Push to Restore Funding, Equity

Trustees of Colorado colleges and universities will hold an online event next week to discuss state funding for public higher education and how to reduce inequities in graduation rates.

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What Travelers Can Expect as Overdue Summer Plans Take Shape

The webinar is Tuesday at 11:30 a.m., sponsored by AARP, Portland International Airport and Travel Oregon.
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There’s A Growing Trend Of Research Into The Benefits Of Music Education, So Why Is It Still Seen As An Extra?

In a recent review of studies into the benefits of music education, Stars & Catz found that academic interest in the topic has taken off since 2008.

Laid-Off Workers Left to Make Do as Businesses Get Relief

Laid-off workers who had to fight through Florida's broken unemployment system were promised relief with increased benefits.

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What Travelers Can Expect as Overdue Summer Plans Take Shape

The webinar is Tuesday at 11:30 a.m., sponsored by AARP, Portland International Airport and Travel Oregon.

There’s A Growing Trend Of Research Into The Benefits Of Music Education, So Why Is It Still Seen As An Extra?

In a recent review of studies into the benefits of music education, Stars & Catz found that academic interest in the topic has taken off since 2008.