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Kaiser Permanente and School District 27J announce new funding to help make good health a part of everyday life in schools. The $50,000 grant is part of Kaiser Permanente's increased focus on school health known as the Thriving Schools … more
One teacher at Mapleton School of the Arts in Thornton wants three graphing calculators for her math students. Another teacher, at Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy in Denver wants three camcorders in order to start creating short films at the school … more
The second half of the legislative session will be best summed up by an overused 1990s catch phrase. “Show me the money.” While lawmakers spent quite a bit of time working on flood legislation during the first half of the session, the real … more
A Senate committee on March 5 rejected a bill that sought to impose legal penalties in cases where employees try to cheat on company-mandated drug tests. The Republican-sponsored effort had previously passed the House, but Democrats on the … more
Ride-sharing service companies will be subject to state regulations — but not to as strict a standard as are traditional taxi services — under a bill that passed the Senate on March 10. Transportation network companies like Uber and Lyft … more
Police have arrested the man they say caused the three-alarm fire Tuesday, March 4, that completely destroyed a condo building at 8760 Corona St. in unincorporated Adams County. The Adams County Sheriff's Office announced Thursday, March 7, … more
Low-income families who struggle to pay for child care could get some relief, under a Democrat-sponsored bill that cleared its first legislative hurdle on March 5. But Republicans on the House Finance Committee called the effort a “Band Aid” … more
A Democrat-sponsored bill that aims to provide more access to affordable housing in Colorado passed the House on March 4, following a party-line vote. Democrats see the bill as an overdue piece of … more
Former Brighton City Councilwoman Wilma Rose has announced she is a candidate for Adams County Commissioner in District 5. Rose has lived, worked and raised her family in Brighton and Adams County for the past 37 years. During that time she worked … more
Over five miles of new trails will be built this year in Westminster adding to over 80 miles of trails already established throughout the city. The additional trails are all off-road trails that will wind through open space areas and parks. Most … more
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