Welcome to the sixth, and final, entry in this series in which I’ve been examining the Great Renewable Energy Land Rush in Yuma County. You can read the previous entries by clicking these links: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, and part 5.
“Does anyone know who employed Darwin, where Darwinism comes from? Look it up: the Rothschilds.”
The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) is our state’s most extensive higher education system. CCCS served roughly 113,000 students through 13 colleges in 2021, including 41% of all undergraduate Students of Color in higher education in Colorado. CCCS is also one of the last institutions students can rely on for a relatively affordable education: Colorado residents can expect to pay $4,600 in tuition annually as full-time students at a CCCS school.
CO Election Conspiracist Baselessly Complains of Journalist’s ‘Slanderous and False Characterizations’
While most of their activity only proves their misguidedness, they represent a danger to constitutional order and, indeed, people’s lives, so when the state’s primary election-denial organization unveils its biggest purported achievement, it warrants review.
Howdy. This will be my second-to-last piece on the Great Renewable Land Rush in Yuma County. Read the previous pieces: part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4.
Earlier this month, The Denver Post reported that the metro Denver area is now the eighth least affordable city nationwide. We feel this every day as the cost of daily necessities rises, and it becomes more and more difficult to live and thrive in our city. Policymakers must act swiftly and boldly to meet the needs of our community.