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Join the Friends of Dinosaur Ridge on Saturday, Aug. 9, at 10 a.m. for reptile and bird day. Snakes, lizards and other reptiles will be on display by the Denver Zoo, Reptile Rescue and the Morrison Natural History Museum. Live raptors as well as … more
A community meeting was held by the Sheriff’s Office, after notification that convicted sexually violent predator Gerald Hurley would be moving back to the Golden area. The meeting was held at the Jeffco Fairgrounds on Tuesday, July … more
More than 60 percent of Alzheimer’s patients will wander or become lost. Half of wanderings lead to injury if the individual is not found within 24 hours. Seven out of 10 people with Alzheimer’s live at home. Those statistics come from … more
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory is missing an exhibit. However, it hasn’t been stolen or misplaced. What used to reside in the Education Center, formerly the Visitor Center, is now a touring exhibit. Last year, the Longmont Public … more
On a cold March evening, Wheat Ridge Officer Nellie Gisonda responded to a call about a 77-year-old woman who was lost and improperly dressed for the brisk evenings in March. After searching for her, Gisonda found the woman who was confused and … more
The board at Family Tree is an ever-changing group, tasked with providing the best possible services for victims of child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness. That board looks a little different now with the addition of Ted Clifton and … more
Settlement checks have been mailed to residents who were impacted by the Lower North Fork Fire — two years after 22 homes were destroyed during a state-prescribed burn gone bad. Bipartisan legislation that passed the General Assembly this year … more
Voters will not be weighing in on hydraulic fracturing this November after all. Gov. John Hickenlooper and U.S. Rep. Jared Polis announced an 11th hour deal on Aug. 4 to create a special task force to address issues surrounding fracking - the very day that signatures to put fracking on the November ballot were due for submission to the Secretary of State's Office. more
Facing a humanitarian crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border, Congress responded last week with go-nowhere legislation that left the issue unresolved as members headed home for the summer recess. And — proving just how dicey immigration politics … more
Congress last week passed a bill aimed at reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs, an agency that has been the subject of intense scrutiny over a number of departmental failures. The $16 billion legislation would provide money for new VA … more
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