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Former House Minority Leader Mark Waller on Aug. 27 blasted the fellow Republican who is seeking to succeed him over his recent "horribly inappropriate" anti-gay comments. Waller, who is not … more
X marks a new spot. Family Tree’s Treasure Trunk Community Thrift Store has moved to a new location at 5892 W. 44th Ave., Wheat Ridge, after 30 years at a previous location. “We had an opportunity to refresh and rebuild things at this … more
Marijuana again took center stage at a special city council meeting Aug. 18, this time leading to a 90-day moratorium on new marijuana-based business. Plans for a a marijuana grow operation at W. 38th Avenue and Miller Street sparked the … more
A Jefferson County judge on Aug. 21 rejected an effort to keep a Republican state House candidate’s name off the November ballot. The ruling means that House District 23 candidate Jane Barnes will square off against state Rep. Max Tyler, … more
County Commissioner Don Rosier’s political signs, situated at two locations along C-470, have received violations for exceeding six square feet per the county zoning regulations. Both signs sit on private property are large enough to require a … more
County Clerk and Recorder, Pam Anderson and two elections division managers were designated as Certified Elections/Registration Administrators (CERA), the highest professional achievement. Anderson and along with Shawna Weir, mail ballot supervisor … more
The race for Jefferson County commissioner in District 3 has become more competitive with the addition of a third candidate, Greg Standley, who is on the campaign trail. Standley is running as an unaffiliated candidate who holds conservative … more
A proposed charter school that initially planned to build in Douglas County recently shifted its sights to Jefferson County. The Alexandria School of Innovation, a project from the founders of Highlands Ranch’s STEM School and Academy, … more
Colorado's economic outlook is bright, as indicated by two business reports released last week. The state's unemployment rate ticked down slightly in July, and Colorado experienced its 33rd consecutive month of job gains. And, on the heels of … more
An outbreak of vesicular stomatitis, a virus which affects livestock, has infected numerous horses, forcing some boarding facilities and horse owners across the state to ban services as they enter into a voluntary quarantine. On Friday, Aug. 22, … more
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