☢️ How healthy is your home?
June is Healthy Homes Month, and to help residents feel extra healthy at home, the city of Denver is giving out a limited supply of free DIY radon test kits. According to city officials, Denver is classified as a “high radon-potential area,” and residents are encouraged to test for radon every 2-3 years. [Denver Gov]
👉 What you can do: Email PHIRadon@denvergov.org to claim a free DIY radon test kit. (Kits will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.)
🏀 For $2K, you can watch the Nuggets courtside
The Denver Nuggets just announced they’re releasing courtside tickets at Ball Arena for the next two Western Conference semifinals games against the Phoenix Suns here in Denver. Interested? Well, those tickets come with a gobsmacking $2,000 price tag. And if the Nugs continue to advance, that price will most certainly go up. [Westword]
🎓 MSU offers free tuition to vaccinated students
On the heels of the Colorado Comeback Cash scholarship sweepstakes, Metropolitan State University of Denver has announced the Rowdy Return Scholarship. This random drawing will award five vaccinated undergrads from the pool of students registered for the fall semester. [Denver Post]
👉 What you can do: Meet the first five winners of the Colorado Comeback Cash scholarship program, announced yesterday.
🚨 More drama in the Tay Anderson saga
Two anonymous sources have come forward to allege that the Denver teachers union was already aware of some sexual misconduct allegations regarding Tay Anderson when they backed him in the 2019 race for the at-large seat on the school board. Rob Gould, president of the union’s political branch, admitted to receiving anonymous information at the time of the race, but says it was unverifiable. [Chalkbeat]