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College readiness scores and Colorado Measures of Academic Success scores in English language arts and math were the main focus of a district performance review presented to the Jefferson County Board of Education during a study session on Oct. … more
Laurie Bendell attended the recent debate at a Littleton Church over Amendment 69, hoping to learn more about the citizen initiative that would amend the state Constitution to establish a universal health care system called ColoradoCare. She has … more
Kenny Levan has spent seven winters living on the streets in Arvada. Just over four years ago, he met Rebel Rodriguez, who runs the food pantry at The Rising Church in Olde Town. “Rebel came down to Snake Park one morning and asked if I wanted … more
Stephanie Burgess, 39, is ready for 2016 to be over. The Castle Rock mom of two recently underwent a hysterectomy and a double mastectomy. The decision came after genetic testing showed she had a 70 to 90 percent chance of getting ovarian and … more
Send in the frowns. This year's nationwide creepy clown craze has become a nightmare before Halloween for actual, working clowns, who say their bookings at parties and other events have dropped sharply, even after many of the social media-fueled … more
While Rep. Mike Coffman has sought to distance his race for re-election in Congressional District 6 from the presidential race, challenger Morgan Carroll has largely relied on tying the incumbent … more
Small business owner Janelle Sullivan believes Colorado’s minimum wage should be raised but says a proposed increase on this year’s ballot goes too far. “It’s too much, too fast,” said Sullivan, who has owned Hot Pots Studio on Main … more
Heading into the last month of the election cycle, everyone — regardless of political affinity — seems to agree that this has been one of the most singular and interesting elections in recent memory. According to research by the polling … more
Business owners are replacing idealists in the pot-legalization movement as the nascent marijuana industry creates a broad base of new donors, many of them entrepreneurs willing to spend to change drug policy. Unlike in the past, these supporters … more
Government investigators said they are looking into allegations that Department of Veterans Affairs employees in Colorado kept unofficial lists of veterans waiting for health care that could conceal how long it takes to get an appointment, possibly … more
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