Judith Kohler, GreeleyTribune

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Johnstown’s in the thick of northern Colorado growth with dueling travel centers, new subdivisions

Johnstown, home to Johnson’s Corner, a landmark truck stop, restaurant and purveyor of enormous cinnamon rolls, is on the grow. And one of the best indications is news that Texas-based Buc-ee… → Read More

Colorado takes over 106 oil, gas wells after crackdown on companies

State regulators are taking over a combined 106 wells from two oil and gas companies that faced several alleged violations and a total fine of $2.2 million. → Read More

Family-owned Larrabee’s furniture store closing after 60 years in Colorado

Larrabee’s furniture store, a Colorado staple for about six decades, is closing the doors of the four-generation family business at the end of this year. → Read More

Colorado Avalanche gear flying off shelves after Stanley Cup win

Colorado Avalanche fans didn't wait until the morning after to load up on new team gear in celebration of the team's Stanley Cup win. The Dick's Sporting Goods stores that were open Sunday night were plenty busy. → Read More

Conditions prime for energy boom in Colorado, so what’s the holdup?

Oil prices are staying north of $100 a barrel. Natural gas prices are more than twice as high as a year ago. It sounds like a set-up for an energy boom in the U.S. and in Colorado, but a number of … → Read More

One climber dead, two injured in avalanche, rock fall in Rocky Mountain National Park

One climber died and two were injured, one seriously, after a rock fall and avalanche on Mount Meeker in Rocky Mountain National Park Sunday. → Read More

Is artificial intelligence the next tool to fight wildfires in the West?

A Colorado company is tapping decades of experience of collecting data via satellites and providing the lastest information for the U.S. military to offer more accurate data quicker about a foe clo… → Read More

Xcel Energy’s profits in Colorado in crosshairs of proposed initiative

The head of a conservative think tank says Colorado’s system of regulating utilities is broken and he wants to fix it by making the companies share some of their profits with customers. → Read More

The Big Payout: In Colorado’s sparsely populated counties, federal COVID aid was used, but often with suspicion

Moffat County, in northwest Colorado’s high country, and Cheyenne County, on the southeastern plains, show how the distribution and use of COVID-19 relief funds could vary as much as the sta… → Read More

Women make up 24% of Colorado company boards, up from 7% a decade ago

Lisa Zúñiga Ramirez is part of a trend that proponents of seeing more women in the boardrooms of Colorado companies are celebrating. → Read More

Colorado Starbucks stores join campaign to unionize coffee colossus

Five Starbucks in Colorado have joined the effort growing across the country to unionize the omnipresent coffee stores with the readily recongizable green signs featuring a two-tailed mermaid. → Read More

Colorado regulators reject drilling plan near homes in growing Firestone community

A drilling proposal that was seen as one of the first big tests of recent sweeping changes to state oil and gas rules has failed to earn the approval of state regulators. → Read More

Effects of US energy sanctions on Russia will reverberate a while, gas broker predicts

John Harpole, owner of a Colorado natural gas brokerage firm, said he watched for years as Russia wielded its energy resources as a political weapon and he expects the effects on energy markets tr… → Read More

Coloradans seeing their heating bills go up and up, keeping agencies busy

Higher natural gas prices, colder weather and lingering economic woes caused by the pandemic are squeezing energy customers in Colorado and keeping the agencies that provide help busy. → Read More

Specter of ‘orphan’ oil, gas wells drives debate over proposed update of state rules – Greeley Tribune

Proposed rules intended to ensure that companies have the money needed to close and clean up oil and gas well sites in Colorado are too weak and won’t protect taxpayers from having to pay the… → Read More

King Soopers strike: Union, grocery chain reach tentative agreement

King Soopers and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 announced Friday morning that they have reached a tentative agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement, ending the strike at the … → Read More

King Soopers strike: Court limits number of union picketers in front of stores to 10

Much of the action Tuesday between King Soopers and the union representing more than 8,000 employees on strike took place in court, where the grocery store chain filed a restraining order accusing union members of blocking customers’ access to stores, intimidating customers and about 12 pages of other allegations. → Read More

Labor dispute continues as King Soopers, union remain at bargaining table

As Denver-area King Soopers workers walked the picket lines for a sixth day, negotiators for the union and Colorado’s largest grocery chain met Monday in contract talks that have been marked by each side accusing the other of unfair labor practices and refusing to bargain in good faith. → Read More

King Soopers workers go on strike across Denver area

Thousands of grocery workers started walking the picket lines at King Soopers stores from Boulder to Parker Wednesday morning, a day after the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 rejected th… → Read More

Union rejects mediator in King Soopers negotiations; company files unfair labor practice charges

With less than two days left before a planned strike, the union representing King Soopers employees Monday rejected the company’s proposal to involve a federal mediator in contract talks. Union mem… → Read More