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Brighton city council members were host to a large group of people on both sides of proposed new regulations for gas and oil development around the city. Brighton council members have been working with the state, oil companies, Colorado Health … more
The City of Thornton is offering a new home repair loan program to low-income homeowners living in the city. The program started last October and offers a zero percent interest rate to pay for larger health, accessibility and safety repairs. The … more
State lawmakers have named a roadway to honor Sgt. David Baldwin, a Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office deputy who was killed while on duty on Highway 93 last January. On Tuesday, Feb. 17, legislators unanimously adopted a House joint resolution … more
Republicans in Colorado’s Senate advanced a pro-fracking measure Feb. 20 that makes a statement in advance of a long-awaited report on new limits on the oil and gas industry. The Senate bill would penalize local governments that limit drilling … more
Colorado already is being sued by two neighboring states for legalizing marijuana. Now, the state faces groundbreaking lawsuits from its own residents, who are asking a federal judge to order the new recreational industry to close. The owners of … more
Since the fall of 2010, the Air Force Junior ROTC program has helped high school students at Mapleton Public Schools learn valuable leadership skills. The program is broken into three components: aerospace education, leadership education and … more
Representative Joe Salazar’s recent town hall meeting focused on ways to build trust between the community and law enforcement. With the help of Representative Faith Winter and Senator Jessie Ulibarri, the Feb. 14 meeting informed the public on … more
A new program through 36 Commuting Solutions is giving employees working near U.S. 36 a chance to travel to and from work for free. The RTD Master EcoPass pilot program provides unlimited rides on all RTD local, express and regional service, … more
An Adams County judge ruled in favor of the county in a lawsuit filed by residents opposing the stormwater utility fee, who believe the fee is actually a tax. On Feb. 9, Judge Mark Warner ruled that the stormwater utility charge is a fee, not a … more
The state Legislature moved closer Feb. 12 to a partisan showdown over granting driver's licenses to immigrants in the country illegally. The GOP Senate gave preliminary approval last week to a bill blocking funds for the state agency that … more
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