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Laurie Bendell attended the recent debate at a Littleton Church over Amendment 69, hoping to learn more about the citizen initiative that would amend the state Constitution to establish a universal health care system called ColoradoCare. She has … more
As Gian Pieroni and Pablo Espadero made plans to open an herbal shop in Littleton recently, it briefly looked as if they would not be able to sell one of their main products. That’s because the Drug Enforcement Administration announced plans to … more
The Jefferson County School Board of Education has taken the next step in its search for a new superintended. To assist in its national search, the district has hired Ray and Associates, Inc., and Iowa-based company that specializes in … more
Tucked away in Lakewood’s 40 West Arts District is rarity in a world of mobile video games and virtual reality headsets — a legitimate, old-school arcade. Hyperspace Arcade, 1601 Reed St., No. 100, recreates the classic arcades of the ‘80s … more
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Thornton’s ban on marijuana stores will come to an end after city council narrowly voted to allow retail pot shops into the city. The 5-4 vote came on Aug. 23 inside a packed Thornton City Hall, which was filled with residents who mostly disagreed … more
It might be tempting to say Project Helping, founded by Justin Kruger, was the winner of The Innovators Society’s first Pitch Showdown on Sept. 30. After all, the organization did win the $50,000 … more
Small business owner Janelle Sullivan believes Colorado’s minimum wage should be raised but says a proposed increase on this year’s ballot goes too far. “It’s too much, too fast,” said Sullivan, who has owned Hot Pots Studio on Main … more
Westminster has no business deciding who should collect resident's trash, City Councilors were told Monday night. More than 150 residents crowded the City Council chambers and the hall surrounding it to argue against bringing curbside trash collections under city control. more
A shotgun, two handguns and a ballistics vest with “Front Range Patrol” patches were stolen from a “Front Range Patrol” car in the 6500 block of 73rd Place in Westminster, according to a news release from the Westminster Police … more
Adams County Community and Economic Development (CED) Department has hired Adam Kraich as oil and gas inspector responsible for field inspections, complaint response, guidance and outreach, and enforcement of county regulations. “Oil and gas … more
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