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As a seemingly non-stop wave of court rulings that favor marriage equality continues to make headlines, it has come as no surprise that Democrats have been quick to praise decisions that are moving Colorado closer to the reality of same-sex … more
A recent court decision on hydraulic fracturing is leaving supporters of the big-money drilling practice hopeful that the momentum of the contentious debate is now in their favor. A Boulder County District Court judge on July 24 struck down … more
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made no apologies for having previously called Colorado's "quality of life" into question for its voter-approved marijuana legalization, during a July 23 visit … more
Roughly 35 bikers met by Wheat Ridge Cyclery on July 17 for a cruiser crawl with stops at three local bars along the way. Organized by Mara Owen, communication and events coordinator for Wheat Ridge 2020, these cruiser crawls look to build community in Wheat Ridge. more
The U.S. House on July 16 passed a measure meant to block penalties on banks that provide financial services for marijuana businesses. A bipartisan amendment to the annual Financial Services appropriations bill prevents the Treasury Department … more
The Colorado Supreme Court on July 18 ordered clerks in Adams and Denver counties to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the latest development in an ongoing court battle over gay marriage that is being fought on several … more
SCL Health is retiring the “Exempla” name associated with its three Denver-area hospitals and physician network as part of a rebranding effort by parent company SCL Health. The change — effective for Saint Joseph Hospital, Lutheran Medical … more
Lutheran Medical Center and SCL Health have been recognized as the “Most Wired” by the American Hospital Association, recognizing the hospital’s use of technology to help patients. The recognition — which is published in the AHA’s … more
The battle over hydraulic fracturing revved up last week as a diverse group of state, energy and business leaders joined Gov. John Hickenlooper in speaking out against potential ballot measures that would limit the oil- and gas-drilling practice … more
The street width designation has been a divisive issue within the Wheat Ridge community for some time, including Monday evening when residents packed council chambers to hear about the issue. According to District Three Councilman George Pond, … more
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