Author: Lisa

Turn Up the Juice

Today, electric motorcycles seem to be following a similar trajectory, as a step up from electric bicycles. An estimated 210 million e-bicycles are now used daily throughout the world, revealing the heavy demand for low-impact two-wheeled transportation.

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On a Mission – Affordability and More

While many groups – from state, county and local governments to private entities and non-profits – are working to address the ongoing challenge of housing affordability, Mission Homes Colorado, owned by David and Stephanie Gregg, has taken a front-line, grassroots approach to the homes it is now building in Berthoud in the PrairieStar master-planned community.

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Stock Answers

After more than five years of planning, work has finally commenced on the National Western Stock Show redevelopment project in Denver. As one of the lead partners, Colorado State University has a lot at stake in this initiative, which is expected to cost roughly $1 billion – that’s billion with a “b” – when all is said and done.

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Nebraska, the Middle of America

The Nebraska Tourism Commission has created some notable marketing campaigns. “It’s not just flyover country,” is a sentiment featured in their television commercials. They also say, “Visit Nebraska. It’s not for everyone,” and honestly, that’s true.

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