Noelle Phillips, The Denver Post

Noelle Phillips

The Denver Post

Denver, CO, United States

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Recent:
  • The Denver Post
  • GreeleyTribune
Past:
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Times-Standard
  • Pioneer Press
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Boston Herald
  • The Cannabist
  • ChicoER

Recent articles by Noelle:

Colorado seeks public feedback on a second expired Suncor air pollution permit

Colorado environmental officials are seeking public comment on a second air permit application for Suncor Energy's oil refinery in Commerce City -- one that is four years past due at the Environmental Protection Agency. → Read More

EPA plan would force Utah, Wyoming, Nevada and California to cut harmful air emissions drifting into Colorado

The Environmental Protection Agency for the first time is proposing a measure that would force four western states to reduce their harmful air emissions because of the impact they are having on nei… → Read More

“Tell Me Everything” author will be at Denver Press Club Wednesday

Erika Krouse, the author of a newly published memoir, “Tell Me Everything: The Story of a Private Investigation,” will read from her book at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20, at the Denver Press Club, 1330 Glenarm Place. → Read More

With air quality worsening, Colorado’s top environmental officials seek millions more to fight pollution

With the threat of missing another benchmark for improving air quality hovering like a blanket of summer smog, Colorado’s top environmental officials are asking the legislature for $47 millio… → Read More

Mike Lindell, Tina Peters and other election deniers spread conspiracy theories at Colorado Capitol

Four Colorado GOP state representatives joined indicted Republican Mesa County clerk Tina Peters and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell at an election conspiracy rally Tuesday outside the state Capitol, where plenty of accusations were made but no proof of widespread voter fraud was presented. → Read More

“Tip of the iceberg”: Green Valley Ranch foreclosures spotlight Colorado’s lack of HOA regulation

In Colorado, homeowners associations operate without oversight from any state regulatory agency, including the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, whose real estate division oversees agents, brokers, developers, mortgage lenders and appraisers. → Read More

Marshall fire cleanup could begin next week after group suing Boulder County drops request for contract do-over

A nonprofit organization associated with former Federal Emergency Management Agency director Michael Brown is dropping its request that a judge block work on the Marshall fire cleanup, meaning Boulder County could sign a contract and start debris removal as early as next week. → Read More

Marshall fire debris cleanup yet to start amid lawsuit, protests filed over Boulder County’s $52.6M contract

Heaps of ash and rubble remain on the ground two months after the Marshall fire destroyed more than 1,000 homes in Boulder County, and there's no timeline for when debris removal will begin as the contract for the work isn't finalized and new litigation and bid protests carry the potential for further delays. → Read More

Colorado joins three other Rocky Mountain states to push for regional hydrogen hub

Colorado will join three other Rocky Mountain states to apply for federal money to create a hydrogen hub that would help Colorado meets its goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions over the next 28 years. → Read More

Marshall fire cleanup expected to cost $52.6 million under Boulder County’s contract

The company hired to remove ash and other debris from the sites of homes burned by the Marshall fire says it can do the job for $52.6 million, though Boulder County officials warn the price tag cou… → Read More

Bidders’ warnings to Boulder County highlight financial risk surrounding Marshall fire cleanup contract

Faced with clearing the debris of hundreds of homes incinerated by the Marshall fire, Boulder County is entering a world of government contracting where tens of millions of dollars will be spent in… → Read More

Bidders’ warnings to Boulder County highlight financial risk surrounding Marshall fire cleanup contract

Faced with clearing the debris of hundreds of homes incinerated by the Marshall fire, Boulder County is entering a world of government contracting where tens of millions of dollars will be spent in a short time so people can begin rebuilding their lives. → Read More

Boulder County to pick contractor to clear homes burned in Marshall fire

Boulder County officials expect to select a company next week to clean up what's left of the homes destroyed by the Marshall fire in late December -- a job that will take months to complete and cost tens of millions of dollars. → Read More

DIA sets new record for the number of guns seized at airport security

Denver airport security agents seized a record number of firearms in 2021. → Read More

DIA sets new record for the number of guns seized at airport security

Denver airport security agents seized a record number of firearms in 2021. → Read More

In Colorado, cellphone users must opt-in to receive local emergency alerts. Here’s how to do that.

There's a renewed focus on how emergency notifications are sent to residents during wildfires, dangerous criminal situations and hazardous weather after Marshall fire evacuees complained about a lack of warning in the first hours of the Dec. 30 wildfire. → Read More

Colorado wildfire destroyed 1,084 homes worth a combined half-billion dollars, new assessment shows

The number of homes destroyed in the Marshall fire now exceeds 1,000 with a total value of more than $500 million, cementing its status as the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history, accordi… → Read More

Marshall fire cleanup will take months as toxic debris is removed from burn sites

The Marshall fire clean-up will be massive and expensive, but Boulder County has not finalized a plan on how to do it. → Read More

Displaced by Marshall fire, thousands scramble to find homes in tight housing market

Now, the Pickels, Mordecai, Forshee and Kilbride are among the thousands searching for housing while they figure out how — or if — they will rebuild their homes. → Read More

‘It’s going to be a long road ahead’: Families watched helplessly as homes smoldered in aftermath of Marshall fire

Families who lost their homes in the Marshall and Middle Fork fires sifted through rubble and watched smoldering cinders on Friday as they worried about the long road ahead to rebuild. → Read More