The Home Front: Dog parks, cemeteries and $40,000 settlements
What Colorado’s front pages want you to know.
The Greeley Tribune has a story about a local campaign for water efficiency.
The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel carries a piece about a controversial new town board of trustees policy to use flat gravestones in a cemetery instead of ones that stand up.
The Longmont Times-Call runs a piece about Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein stumping at CU Boulder.
The Loveland Reporter-Herald has a story about runners promoting dog etiquette in parks.
The Fort Collins Coloradoan fronts a piece about how local motorists who fail to yield are frustrating first responders.
The Cañon City Daily Record has a story about how Florence is being filmed as part of an international marketing program.
The Durango Herald profiles a local nurse’s attempts to prevent on-the-job injuries.
The Boulder Daily Camera covers a $40,000 settlement between CU Boulder’s business school and a former female staffer in a federal gender discrimination dispute. More than $7,000 was spent for an “emotional intelligence” coach to train employees.
The Denver Post fronts a piece about a campaign to help Colorado’s homeless register to vote.
The Gazette profiles a longtime airman taking his last flight.
Denverite has a look at what makes the 6th Street Mall, dominated by brands and chains, uniquely Denver.
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