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Tuesday will be a busy day for IHOP employees, but it’s for a worthy cause. The 9th annual National Pancake Day at IHOP will be March 4 and restaurants will offer a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes to customers, to help raise money for … more
To celebrate the colonial era in the country’s history, Star-spangled Scholars is educating Jefferson County students a deep, tangible, hands-on knowledge of the founding of the United States. ”This (Star-spangled Scholars program) offers … more
As the legislative session chugs along, three freshman lawmakers are trying to balance voting their personal ideology with that of the constituents who reside in their complicated districts. And if that isn’t hard enough, a couple of them are … more
Colorado Community Media brought home 132 awards in the annual Colorado Press Association Better Newspaper Contest. Included in the tally were five special honors. The Tri-Lakes Tribune (Class 1), … more
Marijuana tax revenues that exceeded original expectations will go toward youth pot-use deterrence programs, substance abuse treatment and other services, under a proposal released by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Feb. 19. The state expects to rake … more
The cities of Thornton and Northglenn are among five cities who have filed a joint complaint against the Adams County Board of Commissioners and Sheriff Doug Darr for restricting or denying to house … more
Prisoners who commit violent crimes behind bars can have their "earned time" credits removed, under a bill that is making its way through the Legislature. "This bill is a simple question," said Rep. Frank McNulty, R-Highlands Ranch, a bill … more
Blasting Colorado's gay marriage ban as a law that creates "two classes of citizens," a group of nine gay couples have filed a lawsuit against the state that could pave the way toward same-sex marriage here. The lawsuit was filed in Denver … more
Sorry bar flies, but a bill that would have allowed watering holes to stay open past 2 a.m. was rejected Feb. 17 in the House. House Bill 1132 would have let cities and towns decide … more
After losing her son in a tragic car accident in 2008, Judi Madsen, principal at Silver Creek Elementary School in Thornton, has taken her loss and turned it into something positive. Collaborating with her son’s father Brian Stanley, Madsen and … more
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