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Local election officials are reporting that a federal commission’s request for personal voter information has spurred more than 3,000 Colorado voters, more than 2,000 of those in the Denver metro area alone, to withdraw their voter registration … more
Plans for building a 10-mile toll road in northern Jefferson County to complete a loop of highway around the Denver-metro area are rolling forward. “The parkway continues to make steady progress,” said Bill Ray, interim executive director of … more
What is your impression of the ‘Cardboard Cory’ tour and the individuals involved? I shared a friendly moment with one of these individuals that attended my Durango town hall last week (Aug. 4). I always encourage people to be active in their … more
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner made an appearance during the recent Douglas County Fair and Rodeo — sort of. On the fair’s closing day on Aug. 6, Castle Rock became the latest of many pit stops made by a cardboard cutout version of the … more
Hundreds descended on the state Capitol in Denver on Aug. 20 to rally for peace and oppose war in North Korea, the use of nuclear weapons, racial violence and terrorism in the United States. “We’re here to speak truth to power in Denver,” … more
Colorado energy regulators have proposed tighter rules for shutting down oil and gas pipelines after a fatal explosion blamed on natural gas leaking from a line that was thought to be out of service but was still connected to a well. The Colorado … more
Chris Carnahan has been homebrewing beer for five years off and on with his wife, Sarah. He entered his first homebrew competition at the 2016 Arvada on Tap and won Best of Show with his lemon raspberry American wheat. “You never know if your … more
Two new replacement water tanks atop Gregory Hill will keep water flowing to homes in the higher-elevation, lower-water-pressure parts of the city, according to Westminster Utilities Engineering Manager Stephen Grooters. “These tanks, the city … more
If you've heard of beach volleyball, the folks at Northglenn Recreation would like to introduce you to mud volleyball. It's a day of sun, mud, beer and friendly competition, according to organizer Brian Magnett, Northglenn Recreation … more
Throughout Adams County’s share of the Berkeley neighborhood, the wide, tree-lined streets lack one thing: sidewalks. Using a $475,000 Community Development Block Grant, Adams County will soon change that, completing sidewalks in the … more
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