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“No one buys a handle of Jim Beam and thinks they should drink all of that in one sitting,” said Tim Cullen, owner of two Denver-area marijuana dispensaries. “But people do want to eat an entire cookie, an entire piece of chocolate. So these products allow you to do that and not have a miserable experience.”

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“They succeeded where everyone else had failed,” the Nobel committee said. “Incandescent light bulbs lit the 20th century; the 21st century will be lit by LED lamps.”

Travelers board a light rail Tuesday morning, July 10, at the  I-25 and Broadway Station. The City of Aurora could have the I-225 light rail line built out by November 2015 and open to the public in early 2016 if RTD board members award the construction project to Kiewit Infrastructure Co. on July 24. The light rail line will include eight stations and Transit Oriented Developments will be constructed around each station.  (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

“It’s really economical for us because we’re not spending the time and money to build a large brewery and it helps (other breweries) out because they’re not wasting their precious stainless steel,” Tom said.

The number of unemployed fell in September by 329,000 to 9.3 million. Most of them found jobs. But nearly 100,000 stopped looking for work. Their exodus lowered the percentage of Americans working or looking for work to 62.7 percent, the lowest proportion since February 1978

Lawmakers say the goal is to curb abuses in the state’s medical marijuana industry, which is taxed at a lower rate than Colorado’s new recreational pot businesses.

A weathered sign marks its territory Sept. 22 at Stanley Aviation. Built in 1954, Stanley Aviation manufactured airplane ejector seats but after years of being abandoned the building will be getting a facelift. The 100,000 square footage will be transformed into a marketplace that will house a restaurant, beer garden, community park, office spaces and a variety of dining, shopping and recreational options. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

The Stanley building will be getting a major facelift over the next 12 months as it is converted into Stanley Marketplace, a mixed-use urban market slated to house over three dozen vendors that range from specialty retail shops to fitness centers

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