The Colorado law governing oil and gas development is outdated.
This current legislative session is when much needed change should happen. Residents of Colorado have made it clear that they want protection of health and safety to be a priority. The bill that was introduced in the Senate is known as SB181 “Protect Public Welfare Oil and Gas Operations” and is intended to
Colorado stood in solidarity with the victims the white terror event in Christchurch, New Zealand, yesterday evening. Hundreds gathered at the Colorado Muslim Society and Mosque in Arapahoe County. The event was organized by numerous Muslim organizations from throughout the state as well as Interfaith organizations and allies, and was filled with community members from across the Front Range.
We genuinely applaud the legislature for advancing SB 19-181. It is what the people in the fracking fields of Colorado have been seeking for almost a decade. This bill will give them a right to participate in decisions concerning where, when, and how oil and gas development can occur in their cities and neighborhoods. Yes, under present law they are denied the fundamental right to
A couple of hundred excited activists and concerned community members assembled at the Boulder Bandshell to take part in the global, youth led, climate change protest: Fridays for Future. The event was organized locally by Earth Guardians, including Marlow Baines, who was interviewed by Yellow Scene prior.
Boulder County is known for its culinary achievements, with award-winning restaurants, wineries and a culture that not only appreciates food but relishes in the diversity of dining options. We want to know what's cooking and who's cooking it. Follow along as we talk to chefs to find out what fuels them – mind, body and soul.