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Reducing Racism in Colorado Schools

With the aftermath of protests throughout the country after George Floyd’s death, there is a strong call to eliminating racism. In Colorado, schools have much work, where issues relating to racist acts still exist. With […]

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Today’s Weather: 3/31/23

Hello Northern Colorado! Today we’ll see a mix of clouds and sun with gusty winds. High 51F. Winds NW at 25 to 35 mph. Winds could occasionally gust over 40 mph. Tonight will be clear […]

Gardens & Landscapes

Planting for Dry Shade

by Bryan Fischer | Gardens on Spring Creek   Dry shade represents one of the most challenging gardening situations on the Front Range. Most widely grown garden plants adapted to grow in the shade evolved […]

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Berthoud Teen Makes National Art Competition Semifinals

Isabella Lamar, an 8th-grade Berthoud, Colorado resident and student of Colorado Preparatory Academy (K12-powered online school), was placed as a semi-finalist for K12’s National Art Competition for Isabella’s work, titled “Woman in Black and White.” Isabella’s medium […]