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Mark Udall, Democrat candidate, US Senate

IJN Associate Editor interviews Cong. Mark Udall, currently serving Colorado’s second congressional district, and now running for the US Senate in November’s...

Scott Starin, Republican candidate, second district

The IJN’s Boulder correspondent, Stacey Farb, interviews the Republican candidate for Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District in November’s election....

Jared Polis, Democrat candidate, second district

The IJN’s Boulder correspondant, Stacey Farb, interviews the Democrat candidate for Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District in November’s election....

Hal Bidlack, Democrat candidate, fifth district

IJN Associate Editor Chris Leppek conducts an interview with the Democrat candidate for Colorado’s 5th Congressional District in November’s election. Is the...

Cong. Doug Lamborn, Republican candidate, fifth district

IJN Associate Editor interviews Cong. Doug Lamborn, the incumbent Republican candidate for Colorado’s 5th Congressional District in November’s election. Is...

New eruv in Boulder elicits web site mockery

When news of the eruv in Boulder hit the local paper earlier this month, it sparked four days worth of comments on the Daily Camera’s Web site. And while a few of the...

Bush nominates three for federal bench

President Bush has nominated Christine Arguello, Philip Brimmer and Greg Goldberg to fill three judicial vacancies on the US District Court for the District of Colorado....

Jewish kisses and curses for 10th circuit

In a legal slugfest waged in Denver last week, a Christian university traded punches with the State of Colorado — and won by a knockout. The Jews were paying very close...

New name for famous institution

National Jewish Medical and Research Center has changed its name to National Jewish Health, effective immediately. “Simply put, this isn’t just about a name change,”...

At 95, IJN still going greener

By Ben Gilliland At its 95th anniversary, the IJN has become more environmentally friendly than ever before. All of the paper on which the IJN is printed is 100%...