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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made no apologies for having previously called Colorado's "quality of life" into question for its voter-approved marijuana legalization, during a July 23 visit … more
The U.S. House on July 16 passed a measure meant to block penalties on banks that provide financial services for marijuana businesses. A bipartisan amendment to the annual Financial Services appropriations bill prevents the Treasury Department … more
The Colorado Supreme Court on July 18 ordered clerks in Adams and Denver counties to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the latest development in an ongoing court battle over gay marriage that is being fought on several … 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 … more
North Metro Fire Rescue District officials paid their respect to retired Division Chief Keith Brown tomorrow at a memorial service in Boulder last week. Brown, 66, died July 10 after a battle with cancer. He served more than 16 years with NMFR … more
Traditional meets new is the idea behind year’s Adams County Fair, which is celebrating its 110th anniversary. Co-Fair manager Melanie Snodell said that while there have been a lot of changes over the last century, she feels the purpose of the … more
Community Reach Center offers several opportunities to receive free Mental Health First Aid training this summer with Adult and Youth modules available. The Adult Module covers signs, symptoms and behaviors associated with various mental health … more
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) contractor for the Gold Line/Northwest Rail FasTracks, Denver Transit Partners, have closed Lowell Boulevard at the railroad crossing between I-76 and 62nd Avenue for continued construction. Work is … more
Edgar Antillon’s reason for running for House District 32 is simply to restore freedom. The Commerce City resident says he promises to always fight for freedom, rights and success of all constituents. “Restoring our freedom is a major … more
Luke McCulloch considers himself a competitive person. So when it the opportunity arose to compete in the SkillsUSA program, the 16-year-old Broomfield resident jumped at the opportunity to take the skills he learned in class at Bollman Technical … more
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