Daily Camera – The state’s K-12 superintendents for a second year are lobbying the Legislature to boost funding, with Boulder Valley Superintendent Bruce Messinger urging local parents and students to contact lawmakers. Keep reading.
Daily Camera – The University of Colorado is asking the state for $4.8 million to start work on a proposed aerospace engineering building, though the state’s challenging budget situation next year likely means the funding won’t come through. Continue reading.
Daily Camera – Sustainable banking is coming to Boulder. New Resource Bank, a California state-chartered institution, has applied to set up a loan production office at 1877 Broadway. A loan production office is not a branch, but a location that deals exclusively with the application and financing of loans. Keep reading.
The Denver Post – A better way to play with technology toys grabbed judges’ attention on Friday as the Extreme Tech Challenge contest named Boulder’s Sphero one of three finalists that now get to travel to a private island to pitch Sir Richard Branson. Continue reading.
BizWest – Wholly Bites, a Longmont-based company that produces gluten-free, paleo-friendly snack clusters, has been acquired by 1908 Brands, which manufactures sustainable and natural brands. Continue reading.