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According to state election laws, a governing body can only legally take an official position on a ballot question when passing a resolution expressing support or opposition. In August, Woodland … more
Colorado is home to some of the most active residents in the nation, and while that’s a benefit for most, the mountainous locations can make for a tricky situation if someone needs medical help. After years of fundraising Flight For Life … more
It seems appropriate that a guy who likes to play in the dirt is involved in politics — a business where a lot of mud gets slung. Yes, Bob Beauprez is a former congressman and the Republican nominee for governor, but he is also a bison rancher … more
John Hickenlooper doesn't worry about whether people “get” him. His “aw, shucks,” nerd-like personality and his imperfect — and sometimes meandering — way of speaking are a far cry from anything that resembles a polished, … more
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear all appeals on gay marriage bans from seven states on Monday, paving the way for couples in some states to legally wed – including Colorado. Following the … more
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear all appeals on gay marriage bans from seven states on Monday, paving the way for couples in some states to legally wed – including Colorado. Following the … more
Travis Sandlin, a registered sex offender, escaped from the Jefferson County Jail early Monday morning. The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office reported he may have been involved in a vehicle theft, a 2012 … more
Five words that do not normally go together when talking about a government-backed project are: On time and under budget. But that feat was what state officials were hailing on Oct. 2 as part of a ceremony to mark the reopening of the Capitol … more
Jefferson County Board of Education's board majority — John Newkirk, Julie Williams and Ken Witt — voted to revamp the district’s current curriculum review practices Thursday, Oct. 2. “I’m … more
New waters will be available to the public for a short time this fall with the temporary opening of the South Slope Recreation Area. The City of Colorado Springs is once again allowing public access … more
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