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    1. Hole-y drone delivery! LaMar's takes a flier on aerial doughnut dropoffs in Denver

      Hole-y drone delivery! LaMar's takes a flier on aerial doughnut dropoffs in Denver

      Keep looking to the skies, LaMar’s Donuts fans.

      The Denver-based doughnut purveyor will make its first delivery of “dronuts” next week in Denver.

      LaMar’s plans to make four drone deliveries on May 31, including to the Denver City & County Building, the police and fire headquarters and on the 16th Street Mall. It’s working with a company called Drone Dispatch for the deliveries.

      The aerial deliver is a promotion for LaMar’s National Donut Day sweepstakes, with the grand prize being…

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    2. Hickenlooper dubs Aug. 1-5 Tech Week in Colorado

      Hickenlooper dubs Aug. 1-5 Tech Week in Colorado

      DENVER – Gov. John Hickenlooper has proclaimed the week of Aug. 1-5 as Tech Week in Colorado to highlight the entrepreneurs and companies that are helping transform the state into a major tech hub.

      Tech and “tech-enabled” businesses around the state are being encouraged to host events during the week – ranging from happy hours to demonstrations to pitch contests to tours.

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    3. Hickenlooper Proclaims August 1-5 as Tech Week to Celebrate Colorado as a Tech Hub

      Hickenlooper Proclaims August 1-5 as Tech Week to Celebrate Colorado as a Tech Hub

      DENVER (June 29, 2016) – Governor John Hickenlooper proclaimed the week of August 1-5, 2016, as Tech Week to celebrate the innovative leaders and companies transforming Colorado into an internationally renowned tech hub. The entire technology and tech-enabled community — startup and enterprise companies, students and educators of tech, geeks, IT professionals and others — is encouraged to host an event or share their story of how Colorado has helped grow their business, both of which can be submitted for promotion through coloradotechweek.org...

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    4. Colorado Technology Association announces organizational changes to expand leadership team

      Colorado Technology Association announces organizational changes to expand leadership team

      DENVER (June 28, 2016) – Colorado Technology Association (CTA) today announced that its senior leadership team has grown with the appointment of two executive roles. The strategic decisions are geared toward growing the membership experience and reinforcing the organization’s dedication to building and scaling key development initiatives.

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    5. Steamboat briefs: STEM summer program comes to Strawberry Park

      Steamboat briefs: STEM summer program comes to Strawberry Park

      Camp Invention, the nation’s premier summer enrichment day camp program, is coming to Strawberry Park Elementary this week.

      For students entering first through sixth grade, Camp Invention is a weeklong adventure that offers hands-on problem solving using science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM.

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    6. Bipartisan Lawmakers Push FCC to Delay Set-Top Box Rules – InsideSources

      Bipartisan Lawmakers Push FCC to Delay Set-Top Box Rules – InsideSources

      Bipartisan opposition to the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to open cable providers’ content to third-party set-top boxes in growing in Congress, where almost a dozen lawmakers sent a letter to the agency this week asking for a delay in the rulemaking process.

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    7. Secretary Williams announces 2016 Go Code Colorado challenge winners – Lynn Bartels on SOS.state.co.us

      Secretary Williams announces 2016 Go Code Colorado challenge winners – Lynn Bartels on SOS.state.co.us

      Go Code Colorado is a statewide business app challenge housed in Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams’ office. The award-winning challenge — the first and only statewide effort of its kind — brings together a community of entrepreneurs, business partners and software developers to use public data to solve business problems.

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    8. Colorado Technology Association announces new leadership

      Colorado Technology Association announces new leadership

      Colorado Technology Association (CTA) is pleased to announce the selection of their new CEO, Andrea J. Young, a dynamic technology executive with more than 20 years experience driving innovation and growth for multiple industries within the Colorado tech economy.

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    9. We need more of what commissioners just did

      We need more of what commissioners just did

      Mesa County commissioners took two actions this week worthy of a pat on the back: They supported a plan to develop the Monument Road corridor and they agreed to sell county-owned property downtown that should help bring high-tech jobs to Grand Junction. The commission’s decisions square nicely with a burgeoning vision for community development, which has gained momentum since the city’s North Star Destination Strategies report assessed our competitiveness in the economic development arena.

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    10. Montrose one of 5 communities selected for federal broadband assistance

      Montrose one of 5 communities selected for federal broadband assistance

      Montrose is one of five communities that has been selected for federal assistance to improve its broadband service for the purposes of revitalization.

      The Western Slope town is slated to receive direct technical assistance from a team of experts to develop strategies and a plan for using broadband to create connected, economically vibrant main streets and small-town neighborhoods, officials say.

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    11. Oh the beautiful Colorado places Google can take you (Slideshow)

      Colorado's beauty spreads far and wide — from remote hiking trails, to serene lakes, to bustling urban parks and more. There's so much beauty, in fact, many of us would find it difficult to ever find the time to visit all those places in a lifetime. Luckily, there's now a way to prioritize which ones are most appealing, even tour them — all from a computer. Google Maps recently added virtual visits to 32 state attractions that allow users to view what the area looks like. Using Google Street…

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    12. Strategies for success: Longtime businessman shares tips at Entrepreneurship Day

      Strategies for success: Longtime businessman shares tips at Entrepreneurship Day

      A self-described “contrarian and disrupter” who bought and sold hundreds of companies during a 50-year career in business told a standing-room-only crowd at Colorado Mesa University on Wednesday that buying established companies, and discovering and investing in trends, were some of his keys to success.

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    13. Tips given for advanced industries grants

      Tips given for advanced industries grants

      Several people from advanced manufacturing businesses, together with leaders of all three of Grand Junction’s economic development partners, tried to get a leg up on the competition Monday by learning the best strategies to secure millions of dollars in grant money through the Colorado Office of Economic Development and Trade.

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