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Colorado's Democratic House leadership said any effort to create a permanent funding source to improve the state's congested road network must not sacrifice education spending. On Feb. 8, a month into Colorado's four-month legislative session, … more
A bill that would allow teachers and other public school employees who have the proper permit to carry a handgun on campus after completing safety training has passed the Republican-controlled state Senate. The legislation is sponsored by Senate … more
Fresh off a move to the Lakewood area from Ohio, mental health counselor Sujatha Reddy was looking for a place she could set up an Ayurvedic and counseling clinic. “I was in the process of getting my therapy license and heard about this new … more
After 25 years of flying and 8,000 hours in the sky, pilot Ty Carter saw a gap in the aviation industry: the expense of private flight. Three years ago in Overland Park, Kansas, Carter launched MemberJets, proprietary software that connects … more
The minimum wage increase that took effect in Colorado at the beginning of the year is having a minimal impact so far on the metro Denver business community, according to several proprietors and industry experts. While some employers are … more
The number of calls from community members to the Colorado Child Abuse & Neglect hotline grew last year by 24 percent over 2015, an increase that hotline officials say reflects a growing understanding that everyone has a role in protecting … more
A drive on Sheridan Boulevard in Westminster can easily turn into a trip down memory lane. Turn west onto 73rd Avenue, but stop short of the Starbucks and T-Mobile in the shopping center and just before the new Shoenberg Greens housing … more
Twenty-two new CASA volunteer advocates were sworn in Jan. 31 by Judge Katherine R. Delgado of the 17th Judicial District. CASA, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, represent neglected and abused children in the court system in Adams and … more
On a cold day when the clouds kept her backyard covered in gloom, all Christine Chady and a team of volunteers could think about was the sun. Friday, Feb. 3, was supposed to be the day that workers from GRID Alternatives Colorado and a team of … more
A controversial move that could have the city hire a single solid waste and recycling service gets a public review Feb. 13. City staff is scheduled to report on pricing bids from various trash and recycling haulers for curbside collections at all … more
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