UPCOMING EVENTS

Set aside past frustration, back real funding for transportation

By Tyler Ekx | Oct 12, 2018

By John Tayer — October 12, 2018 I know, we’ve been to this dance before. We believed RTD would provide regional rail service, and we paid for it, only to see those plans languish in the face of depleted FasTracks funds and a recalcitrant commercial rail line owner. Now, faced with …

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Bolder Young Pro to Know: Jenn Tatro

By Tyler Ekx | Sep 19, 2018

Jenn Tatro, Card Catalog Bio/Intro: Jenn Tatro was born in Augusta, Kansas, and began singing when she was five. Under the guidance of her mother, she began performing live in pageants. She then began taking singing and guitar lessons in Kansas. After moving to Boulder in 2005, she paired up …

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Policy Roundtable Examines Transportation Funding Ballot Initiatives for the Northwest Region

By adamjack | Sep 7, 2018

Our regional and state’s economic vitality depends on an interconnected transportation system that keeps pace with the growth we’re experiencing in Colorado’s Front Range. Thus, the Boulder Chamber has spent much of this year advocating for the funding of transportation improvements that serve our workforce and residents in Boulder County. Governor John Hickenlooper and …

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Bolder Young Pro to Know: Michal Duffy

By adamjack | Sep 7, 2018

Michal Duffy, Education & Program Manager for OUT Boulder County Bio/Intro: I moved to Colorado in May 2017 to be close to my sister’s family; my nephew just finished his freshman year high school. Having grown up in Appalachia and living for several years in Vermont, I am still acclimating …

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Clif’s Notes: Historic M&A Activity Shaping Boulder’s Economy

By adamjack | Sep 5, 2018

Boulder is poised for a level of merger and acquisition activity we’ve never seen before. Billions of dollars in closed and pending mergers and acquisitions have already been announced in 2018, from very large deals such as ConAgra’s $11B pending acquisition of Pinnacle Foods/Boulder Brands, to smaller but equally important …

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