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Gov. John Hickenlooper has vetoed a bill that sought to ban red-light and speeding cameras in Colorado and another measure that would have required voters to approve use of the devices. The proposals had bipartisan support from lawmakers who … more
Sorting through children’s books at the Montessori School of Golden was like a step back in time for Deborah Luciano Richford. “It reminds me of the times when I used to teach here,” she said. Richford taught at the school for about a … more
When it comes to college prep, students at Mapleton Early College (MEC) are getting a head start. The school focuses on independent project-based and real-world learning, while also teaching teens how to balance their class schedules. Students … more
Dr. Sage Ann Scheer has been announced as the new president of the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. Prior to assuming the position at RMCAD, Scheer spent 15 years as vice president of strategic sales and operations for EDmin.com, an … more
Goodwill Industries of Denver is opening a new location in Lakeside, 5825 W. 44th Ave., in late summer or early autumn, and aims to get involved with the community at the new storefront. “We don’t have a location in that part of town, and we … more
An Arvada manufacturer is doing well enough to expand its business and its facilities. “We needed more room to manufacture,” said Barone Inc. founder and director Frank Barone. “(Over the last two to three years) it became time-prohibitive, … more
The board heard a presentation from Jeffco Student Voice, a group of 80 Jeffco students providing diverse perspectives on their successful experiences within the district, school practices, engaging leadership through mentorship, encourage student … more
The board of education heard a presentation from the district’s Chief Financial Officer, Kathleen Askleson about the 2015-2016 proposed budget. Following her presentation, the board heard an hour of public testimony on the district’s … more
The board also heard an update from the Technology and Data Privacy Advisory Committee. The board was given an overview of the work done over the 2014-2015 school year and what the committee priorities are moving forward. The committee … more
At the end of the meeting the board heard an update around the governance and harassment investigations at Montessori Peaks charter school. The district has conducted two investigations to to address issues brought to the district by a concerned … more
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