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Settlement checks have been mailed to residents who were impacted by the Lower North Fork Fire — two years after 22 homes were destroyed during a state-prescribed burn gone bad. Bipartisan legislation that passed the General Assembly this year … more
A national debate over proposed new clean-air rules swept through Denver last week, resulting in a values clash of job security and environmental protection that attracted visitors from the around the country. Denver was one of four cities chosen … more
Victor Gold Rush Days July 18-20 are always fun for everyone, from the children panning for gold in a huge trough set up in the street to the burly men competing in the mining-equipment … more
In a world where children are kidnapped and held in slavery, sexually abused, robbed and beaten, a symposium next month at Mountain View Methodist Church is intended to be a wake-up call for the … more
The Black Forest Community Club Festival Committee has arranged for off-site parking and shuttle service for the Black Forest Festival, Aug. 16. Off-site parking will be at the First Baptist … more
The historic Miners Union Hall in Victor was nearly destroyed in a fire that started around 2 pm. July 26. According to Deb Downs, Victor city manager, by Monday morning the walls of the hall were … more
The Air Force Academy will finally take its first steps toward getting its new visitors center. In August, crews will begin taking the next steps toward the construction of the new visitor center … more
As a seemingly non-stop wave of court rulings that favor marriage equality continues to make headlines, it has come as no surprise that Democrats have been quick to praise decisions that are moving Colorado closer to the reality of same-sex … more
A recent court decision on hydraulic fracturing is leaving supporters of the big-money drilling practice hopeful that the momentum of the contentious debate is now in their favor. A Boulder County District Court judge on July 24 struck down … more
Woodland Park cone zones are almost gone for another summer. City Public Works Director William Alspach reported at the July 17 Woodland Park City Council meeting that A-1 Chip & Seal laid down … more
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