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A pair of Republican-sponsored bills aimed at making changes to the state's mail-in ballot process died in committee hearings on Jan. 27. One bill would have given anyone the ability to challenge the validity of a mail-in ballot, while the other … more
Just when things seem to be settling down in Green Mountain Falls, an eruption between trustee Howard Price and former mayor Dick Bratton at the board meeting Jan. 21 resurrected the rancor. At … more
Republican legislators held a press conference at the State Capitol in Denver on Jan. 24 to discuss bills they are sponsoring this session aimed at combating wildfires in Colorado. Colorado, as … more
The Palmer Ridge High School wind ensemble performed at The Broadmoor on Jan. 23 as part of the Colorado Music Educators Association Annual Clinic-Conference. “We're very excited,” said Palmer … more
In yet another display of interactive artistry, the Green Box Arts Festival features musical swings. “The swings are lovely, quiet, delicate and beautiful,” said Christian Keesee, founder of the … more
An oasis of health care for students and their siblings up to 21 years, Cripple Creek Victor Mountain Health Center fills gaps in a rural setting. “The school-based health center serves … more
Appointments to the Woodland Park Planning Commission, Historic Preservation Committee and Board of Adjustment that were scheduled for the Jan. 2 meeting, which was canceled, were completed at the … more
A chilling irony occurred during a Jan. 23 legislative committee hearing on a school-safety hotline bill. At the same time that lawmakers were hearing testimony, Jefferson County Public Schools was sending out alerts that a lockout involving some … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper and state lawmakers unveiled a package of bills on Jan. 23 that is "aimed at improving Colorado's ability to mitigate and fight wildfires." However, Hickenlooper and … more
A bill that would create a governmental process that deals with workers' claims of wage theft cleared its first legislative hurdle on Jan. 22, a year after similar legislation failed. The issue can affect those who work in contract labor … more
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