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In a place where the beauty of nature is ever-present, the July 5th Symphony Above the Clouds is glorified by the mountain ambience. A 34-year tradition in Woodland Park, the symphony brings together … more
A world premiere that had grownups shedding their inhibitions, throwing caution to the winds, the debut of musical swings in Green Mountain Falls is creating a sensation in the mountain … more
Political observers think that Republican primary voters were wise to avoid picking a polarizing conservative to match up against Gov. John Hickenlooper in the fall, but can the party's candidate take back the governor's mansion for the GOP? That … more
An effort to ban the carrying of concealed handguns on college campuses ended June 26 out of supporters' concerns that the issue could be used as a “political football” to impact the November election. For months, backers of the campus gun … more
More doubt was cast recently on the possibility of a special legislative session on hydraulic fracking, as Gov. John Hickenlooper on June 27 lowered expectations that lawmakers will meet over the … more
A federal judge on June 26 rejected a court challenge to gun restrictions that took effect last year, ruling that the new statutes do not infringe on a person's Second Amendment right to bear firearms, as was alleged by the plaintiffs in the … more
A group has formed a committee to recall Woodland Park Mayor Dave Turley, who in May was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust. As a few visitors to the … more
The mayor gets arrested, bonds out and continues to lead the council while the finance director and three police officers resign. For Woodland Park City Manager David Buttery, keeping a cool head and … more
With his hat in hand and bowed head at the opening of the 2014 Cripple Creek Rodeo held over the weekend of June 13-15, Grand Marshall Larry Mahan stood in the arena at the Teller County Fairgrounds … more
June 24 was election night at the Teller County Courthouse where election workers tallied up the votes in the Colorado Primary. Votes trickled in over several hours with the final tally coming in at … more
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