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Colorado Unemployment Rate Up

The Colorado Unemployment rate increased slightly between August and September, according to a new report from Colorado Department of Labor. The unemployment rate increased .1% to 2.5% over that time period. The National unemployment rate Continue reading

Colorado Insurance Premiums To Increase 27%

Insurance premiums will climb by an average of 27% next year for Coloradans who buy health insurance on the states Obama Care insurance exchange. The state’s division of insurance announced that they approved the rates from nine different insurance companies for plans both on and off the state insurance exchange for 2018. The increases do not Continue reading

Wyoming Unemployment Rate Increases

The unemployment rate increased slightly in Wyoming between June and July, growing from 3.9 to 4.0 percent, according to a July report from the State’s Department of Workforce Services. Teton County had the lowest unemployment rate in July at Continue reading

Health Care Group Questions Premium Increases

A Colorado health care advocacy group wants state regulators to limit proposed 2018 health insurance premium increases, saying the higher rates are not justified. Leaders of the Continue reading

Colorado Unemployment Rate Increases

The Colorado Unemployment rate increased slightly between June and July, according to a new report from Colorado Department of Labor. The unemployment rate grew .1% to 2.4 over that time period. The National unemployment rate decreased Continue reading

Visitation At Dinosaur National Park Increases

The number of people visiting Dinosaur National Monument increased last year. According to the National Park Service more than 304,000 people visited the park in 2016 which accounted for more than a 4% increase over 2015’s visitation numbers. The 4% visitor increase Continue reading

Dropout Rate Increases For CO High Schoolers

grad-dropoutFor the first time in eight years the dropout rate for students in Colorado has increased, this according to data recently released by the Colorado Department of Education. It was a small increase of point-one percent, but that means that Colorado’s public schools Continue reading