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Colorado Resident Keil Reijnen Takes Stage One in Thrilling Finish at The 2014 USA Pro Challenge

Colorado Resident Keil Reijnen Takes Stage One in Thrilling Finish at The 2014 USA Pro Challenge
Aspen, Colo. (Aug. 18, 2014) – Set against the beautiful backdrop of Aspen and Snowmass, the 2014 USA Pro Challenge got off to an exciting start with a circuit race of three 22-miles laps that included 2,300 ft. of climbing per lap, creating an aggressive day of racing. Colorado Resident Kiel Reijnen ...

Durango Blues Train Rides Again This Weekend

Denver News | Durango Blues Train Rides Again This Weekend The last Durango Blues Train of the year takes place this weekend, August 22nd and 23rd in Durango, Colorado. Presented by the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival and SBG Productions, this unique event takes place aboard the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad in Durango, Colorado. Each ...

10 Great Lodging Options in Denver and Boulder

Denver News | 10 Great Lodging Options in Denver and Boulder For those who plan to make a trip to the Boulder or Denver area, one of more important aspects of the trip is finding the right hotel. There is plenty to see and do in Colorado, whether you are here for a convention or on a pleasure trip. Here are 10 great hotels in the area from which you can choose.

Colorado Ranch Market Turning the Corner

Denver News | Colorado Ranch Market Turning the CornerAspen Business Journal publisher Nick McHugh sat down recently with farm & ranch broker, Tommy Latousek, for an exclusive one-one interview. Latousek manages Joshua & Co. – The Ranch Group, the Aspen-based realty firm’s rural property division, where he works for buyers ...

Appraisals in the new world of finance

Denver News | Appraisals in the new world of financeIf a lender is involved when buying or selling a home, the services of an appraiser will be part of the process. There are other valuation models but the gold-standard is the opinion of value generated by a professional licensed and certified appraiser and based on a variety of items including the size, ...

Aspen retail nears record-low vacancy rates

Denver News | Aspen retail nears record-low vacancy ratesVacancy rates in the prime retail areas of Aspen’s commercial core have dropped below 1 percent, according to local commercial brokers, while rents for some spaces are hovering around $200 per square foot. Though neither figure is a record, both are close to the high-water mark reached before ...

Aspen Business Journal talks to artist Richard Wieth 

Denver News | Aspen Business Journal talks to artist Richard Wieth Aspen Business Journal publisher Nick McHugh sat down with artist Richard Wieth for a one-one exclusive interview. Wieth has been painting and drawing for most of his life. His work is shown in galleries in Aspen and elsewhere. He shares his history and views on his career. How old were you when you ...

What's the latest on the Denver Airport project?

Denver News | What's the latest on the Denver Airport project?During 2007, plans were laid out to significantly improve and expand Denver International Airport. While no funds were appropriated at that time, the plans included adding shopping areas, a hotel and a train station. Kim Day was the new DIA chief in 2008, and her report to the City Council included a ...

Food truck biz feeds craft breweries and their customers

Denver News | Food truck biz feeds craft breweries and their customersDenveriJournal.com series: The economic ecology of Colorado’s beer business It’s no secret that the labor-intensive craft beer industry creates a lot of jobs in Colorado—according to a 2014 report from the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business, craft brewers provided 64 percent ...

Lunch tours along the Roaring Fork

Denver News | Lunch tours along the Roaring ForkFor years, the must-do bicycle tour for Aspen visitors was to ride the eight-or-so miles down the Rio Grande Trail to the Woody Creek Tavern for lunch or a beer. Though the riding surface is dirt for most of the way, it’s gentle, graded and manageable for kids and inexperienced cyclists.

Fortune Brainstorm TECH 2014

Denver News | Fortune Brainstorm TECH 2014Most years, at the annual Fortune Brainstorm TECH conference in Aspen’s tony West End, it’s easy to divine the overriding theme of the proceedings, even if it’s not the one the organizers intended. One year the theme was curiosity about the investment potential of a new ...

CU Boulder to open first new college in 50 years

Denver News | CU Boulder to open first new college in 50 yearsThe College of Media, Communication and information (CMCI) is the first new college on the CU-Boulder campus in 50 years. It’s a big step that comes at a transformative moment in history. People are communicating more quickly and more intensely than ever before, and using rapidly changing ...

Denver Broncos offseason report

Denver News | Denver Broncos offseason report Last year was a wild one for the Denver Broncos. After Peyton Manning led the team to an all-time record 606 points during the season, the Broncos fell flat in the Super Bowl against the Seahawks. John Elway and John Fox know that the window for a Super Bowl is closing, as Manning just turned 38. Denver ...

Water court settlement reveals the extent of water resources required to develop and mine oil shale

Denver News | Water court settlement reveals the extent of water resources required to develop and mine oil shaleChevron USA confirmed in Colorado water court that its plans for strip-mine style oil shale development in the western United States would demand enormous quantities of water. In a filing with a Colorado water court, Chevron said that in order to meet its goal of developing 500,000 barrels of oil per ...

Trend for Summit County real estate is mostly up

Denver News | Trend for Summit County real estate is mostly upSummit County’s real estate market has been turning in a positive direction, showing increases in many price ranges, particularly low to mid-range homes. And Realtors don’t see the trend slowing down. “Summer and fall, into winter, are going to be very busy times,” said Realtor ...

Aspen-based snowsports wear manufacturer sees rebound under way in industry

Denver News | Aspen-based snowsports wear manufacturer sees rebound under way in industryWith an emphasis on color not seen since before the Great Recession, this season’s Sport Obermeyer line celebrates a return to the good times. “We’ve gone through the sad years. We are now in the happy years,” company founder Klaus Obermeyer said from his headquarters at ...
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