November 2022

Solid Power CEO Douglas Campbell to retire

LOUISVILLE — Douglas Campbell, the CEO and co-founder of Solid Power Inc. (Nasdaq: SLDP), announced Wednesday that he is retiring after leading the company since its inception in 2011.  Company president David Jansen has been appointed interim CEO while Solid…

Read more

Feds pony up another $1.5M for Marshall Fire recovery

BOULDER COUNTY — The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency will provide another $1.5 million to Boulder County for Marshall Fire recovery reimbursement, bringing the total FEMA contribution to more than $37 million. “The FEMA Public Assistance program provides funding to…

Read more

CU elevates Salazar to outreach VP role

DENVER — Tony Salazar has been promoted to serve as the University of Colorado system’s vice president for outreach and engagement. He’d been the system’s assistant vice president for engagement since 2019. “Tony has done a great job connecting CU…

Read more

Sexy Sammies opens downtown Greeley restaurant

GREELEY — Sexy Sammies, a chicken-tender and sandwich restaurant operated by Greeley-based Centennial Hospitality Group, has opened a new location in downtown Greeley at 1540 Eighth Ave. The downtown joint is Sexy Sammies’ second restaurant. The original, also in Greeley,…

Read more

Firestone, Central Weld water suit moved to June

FIRESTONE — A jury trial to determine whether the Central Weld County Water District overcharged the town of Firestone — by a cumulative $8.6 million over multiple years — has been moved to June 12, 2023. While the court record…

Read more

Banks hold steady amidst rising interest rates, competition

Mergers, acquisitions bring new entrants to market Northern Colorado continues to be a desirable location for banks, despite the changing business environment due to the pandemic, rising inflation and interest rates. The number of banks serving Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer and…

Read more