Find A Great Dentist By Reading Reviews

Find A Great Dentist By Reading Reviews

You don’t want to make an appointment with the first dentist you read about. Take some time to really explore the dentists in the Denver area. You could even speak with a few over the phone before you make an appointment. Seeing a dentist is good for your health and you want to keep your teeth as healthy as possible because teeth that are in bad condition can have a negative effect on the rest of your health.

Rockies select contract of Brooks Pounders, option Scott Oberg to minors

DENVER — The Colorado Rockies selected the contract of right-hander Brooks Pounders from Triple-A Albuquerque. The 27-year-old Pounders will be available Tuesday night when the Rockies host the San Diego Padres. Pounders made seven relief appearances for Albuquerque this season with four walks, nine strikeouts and a 3.60 ERA. He signed a minor league contract with the Rockies last December. A California native, Pounders appeared in the majors last season…

Colorado Springs defense contractor Polaris Alpha adding 450 jobs in Springs, Denver

Defense contractor Polaris Alpha LLC on Wednesday announced plans to add 450 employees by 2026 and build or lease 100,000 square feet of office space in Denver and Colorado Springs late this year. The moves aim to better accommodate rapid growth of the company’s space, cybersecurity and intelligence analysis software and information technology services. The expansions will come in two phases, with Polaris Alpha adding 150 people to its 100-person…

Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air halting flights to Colorado Springs

Citing lack of demand, Las Vegas-based low-fare carrier Allegiant Air will halt service April 29 to Colorado Springs after 16 years, becoming the second airline to leave the city in the past six months. Allegiant operates round-trip flights on Friday and Sunday to Las Vegas, competing with daily service from Denver-based Frontier Airlines. The airline boarded 1,515 passengers on outbound flights in the first two months of the year, or…

Colorado businesses missing workers due to visa shortage

DENVER (AP) — Colorado companies in landscaping, construction, hospitality and tourism are getting unwelcome notices that the federal government has denied their visa applications to bring in foreign workers to meet the summer rush. "We don’t know how we will get the workers," said Jake Leman, construction division manager at Singing Hills Landscaping, one of the firms rejected. "If we could bring back the guys we had from last year,…

Cover story: CenturyLink’s a Louisiana company, Colorado style – Denver Business Journal

On paper, the Denver metro area lost a corporate headquarters address — and one of its spots on the Fortune 500 — when Louisiana-based CenturyLink Inc. bought Broomfield-based Level 3 Communications last fall. But in practice, that hasn’t meant what it usually means. Typically, when a local business is bought by a larger out-of-state company, the local headquarters is gutted and replaced by far-away management. But this time, in many…

Series: Is Colorado better off five years after legalizing marijuana?

A billboard went up recently above the 16th Street Mall in Denver asking: "Are you better off than you were five years ago?" Five years ago, voters approved Colorado’s first-in-the-nation experiment to legalize marijuana. Twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical and/or recreational marijuana. But Colorado is still the canary in the coal mine that other states look to as they decide whether and how to legalize,…

Denver wants to expand its ‘innovation zone’ even as big money questions remain

The Denver school district is soliciting more schools to join its first “innovation zone,” a bold experiment that grants broad autonomy to public schools, even as the district is once again negotiating with the zone over how its schools should be funded. A key element of the zone is that its schools can opt out of certain district services and use that money to buy things that meet their students’…

Phish to wrap 2018 summer tour with Colorado concerts

If you’re a Phish head, we’ll assume you’ve kept Labor Day weekend 2018 blocked off with the sort of fierce protection usually reserved for mother bears and their cubs. After all, the Vermont-born jam torch bearer has played a show in Colorado on the holiday each year since 2011. Today, then, is your day: Phish has announced two all-ages shows at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City. The band…

The 21 Best Events in Denver, January 9-15

The National Western Stock Show is going to the dogs. An old warehouse in the Sun Valley neighborhood is getting a new chance at life as STEAM on the Platte, a mixed-use development that maintains much of the 65,000-square-foot brick-and-timber structure at 1401 Zuni Street. STEAM will house work space for tech companies and creative businesses, and a restaurant and brewery to be completed this year. A public tour of…

The Benefits Of Moving To Denver

Denver is a great place to live and there are plenty of fun things to do when you move there. If you are interested in moving to Denver you need to make sure that you do plenty of research so you can find the right place to live. Denver is booming and there are plenty of things to do there. If you are interested in buying a house, the property…