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The front door to the community isn't what it used to be. Newcomers to a city or town these days rarely feel the need to stop by the local chamber of commerce to pick up a map or a list of … more
The battle over hydraulic fracturing revved up last week as a diverse group of state, energy and business leaders joined Gov. John Hickenlooper in speaking out against potential ballot measures that would limit the oil- and gas-drilling practice statewide. more
Jeffco Clerk and Recorder Pam Anderson issued a statement last week discussing her reasoning behind the office’s decision to not issue same-sex marriage licenses. Anderson stated that a binding legal decision for Jeffco to follow has not been … more
A Jefferson County grand jury returned a 165-count indictment against a nine-member ID Theft Ring in Jeffco on Wednesday, July 9. The ring operated in the Denver area between June and November 2013. According to the indictment, members obtained … more
A Wheat Ridge man is behind a pair of ballot initiatives that he hopes will “bring back accountability” to Colorado courtrooms. But attorney Chris Forsyth acknowledges that his effort to change how judges are elected and disciplined could be … more
Democratic Sen. Mark Udall said he was not avoiding President Barack Obama when he didn’t attend Denver events involving the president last week. Republicans mocked Udall for not attending his own fundraiser that the president headlined on July … more
Twelve years ago, Richard and Karen Wood decided to open a small brewery in the heart of Grand Lake, Colorado. Today the company is expanding, flowing fresh, crisp beers down the mountain and into a new taproom. Located in Olde Town Arvada, the … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper last week urged Attorney General John Suthers to not appeal a recent court’s ruling that the state’s ban against gay marriage is unconstitutional. Adams County District Court Judge C. Scott Crabtree made his ruling the … more
Jefferson County School District welcomed a new chief academic officer to the executive staff. Syna Morgan was hired as the district’s new chief academic officer in early July. With 24 years of education experience, Morgan will oversee … more
Since 2007, U.S. House Rep. Ed Perlmutter has used grocery stores in the 7th Congressional District for more than shopping. He uses them to reach out to his constituents during his Government in the Grocery events. “This kind of access is … more
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