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Although President Barack Obama isn't on the November ballot this year, he was very much a part of a U.S. Senate race debate that was held in Grand Junction on Sept. 6. The president's name … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper and former Congressman Bob Beauprez swapped barbs during a lively debate in Grand Junction on Sept. 6, marking the first time the two gubernatorial rivals squared off this … more
The population of the Denver metro area was expected to exceed 3 million last month, according to state estimates. The Colorado Department of Local Affairs uses the month of July to forecast population numbers annually. The department estimated … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper has raised more than four times as much money as former Congressman Bob Beauprez in the two rivals' gubernatorial campaign dash for cash. Hickenlooper has raised $4 million to Beauprez's haul of about $828,000, according to … more
The Jefferson County Board of Education discussed the following legislation during its Sept. 4 regular business meeting. Board members in attendance were President Ken Witt, First Vice President Julie Williams, Second Vice President Lesley … more
A party for science education — after dark. To help raise awareness and support, the Outdoor Lab Foundation is hosting an evening of live music, dancing, and local libations to raise funds for the science and nature education program. The … more
Volunteer firefighters have played key roles in fighting some of the most destructive fires in Colorado's recent history. Here is a rundown of the state's largest forest fires since 2010 and the role of volunteer fire departments. Fourmile Canyon … more
It’s a good day to be a golf fan during a PGA tournament practice round. On the Wednesday leading into the BMW Championship at Cherry Hills Country Club, players had their usual chance to … more
Ornate totem poles, jutting skyward 20 feet in air, once marked the turnoffs from the field at the corner of Baptist Road. Tourists, from all over the nation (and in fact the world) would stop to … more
Wheat Ridge City Council unanimously passed an ordinance to submit a ballot question for a 1 percent sales and use tax increase at the Aug. 25 meeting. Residents will vote on the issue at the Nov. 4 election. The question will request a 1 percent … more
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