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Todd Saliman takes the reins at CU

When the University of Colorado Board of Regents met on April 27, Todd Saliman knew what was to unfold.

Dr. Morton Mower dies

Medical innovator and philanthropist Dr. Morton Mower died on April 25, 2022. He was 89.

42 more years of the IJN digitized; free access

The Intermountain Jewish News has completed another major step in its multi-pronged project of pre- serving intermountain Jewish history: the second phase of the...

Climate rally: ‘No more fossil fuel Pharaohs’

At the midway point of Passover, a small group gathered in downtown Denver to make public their own chants for freedom — freedom of a different sort than usually...

‘Swords into ploughshares’ — literally

PASSOVER EDITION 5782 SECTION A PAGE 8 “G-d shall judge between the nations, and shall decide for many peoples; and they shall beat their swords into ploughshares, and...

Turmoil at New Mexico federation

What happened next set off a crisis in Jewish communal life in New Mexico that many say could unravel the philanthropic structure supporting synagogues, elder care for...

Local rabbis weigh in: HUC closure?

It’s more than a thousand miles from Denver to Cincinnati, but a decision that will be made there next week is sure to reverberate in the Mile High City and everywhere...

Denverite’s sister leaves home behind

Two sisters on opposite sides of the globe have not seen each other in person since the onset of COVID-19. Lately, the divide — in countless ways — has seemed...

The war: What should Israel do?

are significant Jewish dimensions to the crisis ignited by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine Feb. 24 — the plight of Ukrainian Jews, Ukraine’s Jewish president and...

Steamboat Springs’ Taylor Gold at the Olympics

There was no gold for Gold at Beijing. Or silver or bronze. What was Taylor Gold's father, Ken Gold, watching from home in Colorado, feeling after his son’s close...