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York International School in the Mapleton District and Sunset Ridge Elementary in District 50 were each awarded $30,000 grants from the Foundation for Great Schools, a coalition of five private Colorado foundations. Both were among 29 public … more
Taking a good look at the current Parking Code, Westminster city council voted to consolidate mixed commercial uses into one parking requirement, with the hopes of creating an easier way to regulate parking throughout the city. Council’s … more
Adams County is hosting an Electronic Recycling Event and Planet Party 4-8 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, at the Adams County Fairgrounds, 9755 Henderson Road in Brighton. Residents are encouraged to bring unwanted electronics, explore the eco-friendly … more
The Upper Monument Creek (UMC) landscape, which has experienced increasingly severe and costly impacts from wildfire, including the record-setting 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire that burned across the … more
Community Reach Center clinical director Jill Atkinson is the newest member of the State Medical Assistance and Services Advisory Council. She will be serving three years on the council, which assists the Dept. of Health Care Policy and Financing … more
It’s been a long time since I began writing this column. And while going through some of the 2,000 plus columns I’ve done since 1963 it occurred to me that many of you have not had the opportunity to read many of them because you’re “new” … more
Republican and Democratic lawmakers in the House have found something in common: Many have issues with the Obama administration's new regulations requiring companies that drill for oil and natural gas to disclose chemicals used in hydraulic … more
Colorado is moving to establish another marijuana first: the first government standards for marijuana testing. A bill approved by its first committee in the state Legislature last week would create statewide laboratory standards for the state's … more
The legalization of marijuana in Colorado hasn't solved the racial disparities in enforcement that drug-policy reformers had hoped to end, with blacks still far more likely than whites to be charged with pot-related crimes, a new report says. The … more
A bill to require all motorists to use snow tires or chains during snowy months on Colorado's major mountain highway has passed its toughest test in the state Legislature. The measure cleared the Senate Transportation Committee 5-0, but not … more
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