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After hearing the news on the drive into her Westminster office Oct. 6, Rebecca Brinkman raced to her desk to hurriedly type an email. “Will you still marry me?” She had asked the question before to the love of her life over the course of … more
Rebecca Brinkman and Margaret Burd of Thornton filed the first lawsuit in the state challenging the ban on same-gender marriage. They filed the suit nearly a year ago, right after the Adams County Clerk and Recorder office denied their … more
: Don Ytterberg : Golden : Republican : Small businessman : Don, and wife Kim, have five children and live in Golden. Don is an industrial engineer. In 2000, Don and partners formed Advanced Surface Technologies, a leading … more
The Jeffco sheriff candidates for the 2014 election have thought long and hard on how to address deputy attrition and curb spending from its $90 million budget, but proposed changes won’t happen overnight, they said. Candidates Jeff Shrader, … more
September housing numbers show a slowing market as cooler temperatures set in with the number of available homes down seven percent, according to Metrolist, Colorado’s largest home search provider. The number of new listings was also down 14 … more
Democrat Governor www.hickenlooperforcolorado.com Hickenlooper was an exploration geologist in the oil and gas industry before opening 16 successful brewpubs and microbreweries in Colorado. He served as mayor of Denver from … more
Mensa is one of the toughest organizations in the world to get into — its high IQ requirements make it so only the most intelligent are admitted. October is Mensa Membership Month, so the Denver chapter of the organization is offering an … more
It seems the worst may soon be over for horse owners who were heavily affected by an outbreak of vesicular stomatitis over the summer, with 214 of the 310 quarantines now released, the Colorado Department of Agriculture reported on Oct. 2. In … more
It started with a post. From there, a movement organically grew across Jefferson County like a unifying call, bringing students together against a school board resolution they believed would render their education censored. “I was looking at … more
The Udall family has been called the “Kennedys of the West” for their longtime sustainment of a political dynasty that has won office in six Western states. Right now, there are two Udalls in the U.S. Senate: Tom Udall of New Mexico and his … more
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