Natriece Bryant, Consumer Education and Public Outreach Coordinator for DORA (Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies) outlines why scams succeed when perpetrated against Seniors, and how to protect yourself or your loved ones. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Phone: 303-894-7741.
The needs and temperaments of wildlife changes during the winter months in Colorado. Jennifer Churchill from the Colorado Department of Parks & Wildlife tells you what you need to know about wildlife in the metro areas as well as wildlife in the mountains and plains. Check them out here: Cpw.state.co.us
The promise is in the name: Family Promise of Greater Denver. Executive Director Allie Card discusses the organization’s results-oriented solution to homelessness for families with children. Find out more at FamilyPromiseOfGreaterDenver.org
Colorado is one of 5 states in the nation with the fewest number of health-based drinking water violations. Hubert Colas, president of FluksAqua Americas, discusses the data and the reasons why Colorado’s water is such high quality. FluksAqua Americas works with water providers and wastewater treatment plants throughout the nation to improve and sustain water quality.
Coloroado Issues - Westminster Middle Schooler Chosen as Kid Reporter for International Magazine - Jan. 1, 2017
Jacob McNab, a 7th grade student from Westminster, is one of 39 Kid Reporters in the U.S. and abroad chosen for the current Scholastic News Kids Press Corps. Jacob and his mother, Becky, discuss the process that resulted in the honor, and how being a Kid Reporter fits with Jacob’s aspirations in life. Their stories appear online at the Scholastic News website and in issues of Scholastic Classroom Magazines, which reach more than 25 million students in classrooms nationwide. Information about the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps can be found at www.scholastic.com/kidspress.