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BOBSERVATION: Dinner with George Orwell

By Bob McDonnell The Surveyor There used to be a set of questions used for interviewing job candidates that had no right answer. These queries helped determine how the applicant… Read more »

Community Foundation invites funding requests

Special to the Surveyor The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado announces that its annual competitive grant cycle opens July 1. One way the Community Foundation supports local nonprofits is through… Read more »

Opportunity knocks, Alyssa Bailey answers

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Opportunities are so fleeting; here one day, gone the next. That is something that has been especially true for high school athletes this spring. The… Read more »

Bars and nightclubs close again, next phase of reopening announced

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor On Tuesday Gov. Jared Polis made two major announcements during a news conference about the state‚Äôs response to the COVID-19 outbreak.  Bars and nightclubs are… Read more »

Controversial school immunization bill signed into law

By Katie Harris The Surveyor Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed the controversial School Entry Immunization Bill, SB20-163, into law on Friday, creating more stringent vaccination requirements for children attending school…. Read more »

Primary election turnout breaks record

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Voter turnout for Tuesday primary election broke the previous state record, set in the 2018 primary, by more than two million votes. This year saw… Read more »