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    1. The Durango Herald 09/23/2016 | Fort Lewis receives grants worth more than $3.5 million

      The Durango Herald 09/23/2016 | Fort Lewis receives grants worth more than $3.5 million

      Fort Lewis College will have ongoing funding worth $3.5 million over five years to boost its science, technology, engineering and math offerings, and provide support for Native American and first-generation college students. The U.S. Department of Education awarded the money, with half coming from the Title III, Native American-Serving, Nontribal Institution Program. 

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    2. In the field, drones don’t just mean bees

      In the field, drones don’t just mean bees

      GREELEY (AP) – A highly anticipated batch of federal laws governing the use of drones could change the regulatory landscape and lead to an explosion in drone use by farmers. Farmers see drones as a way to get a birds-eye view of their fields to find problem patches with crops. That information can allow farmers to be more...

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    3. High-tech methods predict disasters

      High-tech methods predict disasters

      DENVER – Boulder-based scientists behind a “revolutionary” new technology that could change the face of natural-disaster response across the world argue, “Research builds upon past failures.”In Colorado – where fires and floods hang like the storm clouds that produce them – a modern...

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    4. Mancos entrepreneur runs out of space

      Mancos entrepreneur runs out of space

      The past two years have been a whirlwind for 19-year-old Mancos resident Easton LaChapelle.He’s given a TED talk, landed a job with NASA, met the president, and, last February, founded the robotics company Unlimited Tomorrow in Cortez, with the financial backing of celebrity motivational speaker Tony Robbins. Last week marked a...

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    5. Mercury receives two customer service awards

      Mercury receives two customer service awards

      Mercury Payment Systems, a Vantiv company and a provider of payments technology and services for small and medium-sized businesses, announced Thursday that it received two prestigious awards for its customer service, according to Metzger Albee Public Relations news release.The Customer Service Institute of America selected Mercury for...

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    6. Mancos teen’s robotic arm is what’s buzzing

      Mancos teen’s robotic arm is what’s buzzing

      Easton LaChappelle, the young Mancos man who has drawn attention for building a robotic arm, continues to get the buzz.Last week, he was written about on a viral website, UPROXX, as part of a series on technology luminaries. The 19-year-old has gained not only regional attention for his developments, he also has been on national cable...

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    7. Mercury unveils $40 million building

      Mercury unveils $40 million building

      Not far from where Marc and Jeff Katz incubated their idea for a high-tech processor of credit-card transactions, Colorado politicians joined a couple of hundred Durango residents to celebrate the billion-dollar company that Mercury Payment Systems has become.Mercury on Wednesday unveiled its new 80,000-square-foot headquarters, Mercury...

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    8. Internet may kill Colorado taxi ride

      Internet may kill Colorado taxi ride


      Regulations written for Lyft, Uber

      By IVAN MORENO Associated Press

      Article Last Updated: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 10:07pm Keywords: Economy, business and finance, * * Print * * Make text smaller * Make text larger * Share *

      DENVER – Internet companies that connect riders to drivers with a few taps on a cellphone app will be regulated in Colorado with legislation soon to become law, putting the state at the forefront of a push to try to legitimize the flourishing tech startups.

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