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Republican state lawmakers' first effort this legislative session to undo key Democratic accomplishments from last year failed on Jan. 15. A Democrat-led Senate committee killed a measure that … more
A bill that would have prohibited welfare recipients from using public assistance cash cards at marijuana stores and strip clubs died in a legislative committee on Jan. 15. The bill's sponsor, … more
On average, students in the Mapleton district miss between four and five school days a year, and officials are working on curbing that number. Attendance is directly correlated to a student’s … more
A bill that would allow married gay couples living in Colorado to file joint state tax returns is on its way to a vote in the state Senate, after it passed a legislative committee on Jan. … more
Community Reach Center in Adams County is extending services to meet the needs of students in area school districts through the school-based therapy program. The program provides counseling … more
Northglenn City Council will consider approving a lease agreement with Ralston House Advocacy Center for its vacant building at 2360 W. 112th Ave. Council discussed the potentially new tenant … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper sounded like a man running for re-election during his annual State of the State address inside the Capitol on Jan. 9, as he touted Colorado’s economic rebound and called on lawmakers to “ignore divisive politics.” The … more
Community Reach Center in Adams County is extending services to meet the needs of students in area school districts through the school-based therapy program. The program provides counseling services to students and families directly in the school … more
With the help of grant funding, Bell Roth Park in Thornton will receive a needed upgrade. The park at Milky Way and Pecos Street, is also in the Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District boundaries and is managed by the district. Joann Cortez, … more
The Jeffco commissioners reviewed the first round of reimbursements, $2.5 million for the controversial Jefferson Parkway, during staff briefings on Jan. 7. The discussion is per the Jefferson Parkway Public Highway Authority or JPPHA … more
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