Joyce Lebra, first female University of Colorado Boulder history professor, dies at 95 – The Denver Post

Joyce Lebra, feminist trailblazer, renowned scholar and the University of Colorado Boulder’s first female history professor, died Oct. 10 in Boulder. She was 95. Lebra’s closest friends and chosen family describe her as a formidable, wise and warm woman whose heart was split between her love of Asia and America, the ocean and Colorado’s mountains. Born in Minnesota and raised […]

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Supply chain and staffing woes impact Colorado’s school lunches

The beginning of the school year feels like opening a new restaurant for food service veterans like Beth Wallace. New year, new menu and an exciting array of possibilities. But as this school year got underway, the Jeffco Public Schools’ head of food and nutrition services quickly realized that routine products like cheese and milk were hard to get. So […]

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Report on sexual assault allegations against Tay Anderson to be released

The independent investigation into anonymous sexual assault allegations against Denver school board member Tay Anderson is finished, and the 96-page report was delivered Monday to all of the board’s members except Anderson. Anderson, who has denied all allegations, will receive the long-awaited report Tuesday, and it will be released to the public Wednesday, according to a news release from Denver […]

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