Brad Rowland describing main street projects to governor Cory Gardner

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner first toured FEDC TechSTART nearly two years ago when there barely was any furniture in the building, but during a visit Wednesday, he was impressed to find a model whose programs and initiatives have received many awards, grants and national recognition.

He took away from the meeting recommendations on how he can go to bat for tech people living in rural communities, but he also left armed with more information about the model that he plans to share.. . .

Second-61 founder Chris Koehn

A brand new company, founded by a Cañon City native, has announced an exciting new opportunity that will benefit not only the community but also young people looking to start a new career.

Second-61 is bringing in a Tier I and Tier II Enterprise Service Desk that will offer high-tech jobs and network operations support globally from Cañon City.

This is just the first phase of more to come.

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