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“Welcome back.”Of all the words spoken to us upon re-entry to the United States from Guatemala, these struck me the most. Despite being just a short two and a half-hour flight from Ft. … more
Blue is a service dog who has been missing since Monday 2-16 near Paradise circle and Hwy 24. He has one brown eye and one blue eye. He is very friendly! Cash reward if found. Please call with … more
The state Legislature moved closer Feb. 12 to a partisan showdown over granting driver's licenses to immigrants in the country illegally. The GOP Senate gave preliminary approval last week to a bill blocking funds for the state agency that … more
A high school student who was the victim of repeated bullying on social media looked on from her wheelchair Feb. 13 as the Colorado House advanced legislation that would create new criminal penalties for online harassment. The sponsor of House … more
Colorado finally learned Feb. 10 how much tax revenue it collected from recreational marijuana in the first year of sales, and the haul was below estimates — about $44 million. The release of December sales taxes gave Colorado its first full … more
Woodland Park High School plans to have a new rock-climbing wall built by the end of June. The wall, which will be built in the auxiliary gym, will be 26 feet tall and will have six lanes for the … more
A simmering dispute over liability in home construction is heating up at the Colorado General Assembly. On Feb. 10, a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced Senate Bill 177, which addresses the construction-defects law. The law governs how … more
A revolutionary new disaster prediction system could be integrated as a tool for first responders statewide. State Rep. Tracy Kraft-Tharp has championed the technology developed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder … more
A medical emergency and subsequent loss of income put Bo Lindh in a financial fix. “I was working in a salon and coming up on a complete hysterectomy,” she said. “I would be out of work for a … more
Foreclosures were down by 40 percent in Teller County in 2014 from the year before. In a report to county commissioners Feb. 5, Treasurer Bob Campbell said that fewer people lost their homes in … more
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