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While reviewing the superintendent’s proposed evaluation goals, the Jeffco school board decided it was necessary for him to tie his goals to their student achievement ends goals. As the discussion developed at the Nov. 6 meeting, the board … more
During a Nov. 4 re-election victory speech, Republican Congressman Mike Coffman thanked his supporters in two languages. Coffman talked about how important it was to have taken part in a recent all-Spanish debate with Andrew Romanoff, his … more
A bad Election Day turned into a worse week for Democrats as vote tallies from an Adams County state Senate race resulted in Democrats losing power of that legislative chamber. In Senate District 24, Republican Beth Martinez-Humenik defeated … more
The American Academy of Pediatrics believes reading aloud is so important they now recommend families read to infants as a daily fun activity. That’s right. Read from birth. The group recognizes that an important part of brain development … more
One word summed up the mood at a Nov. 5 Capitol victory rally for Gov. John Hickenlooper. "Phew," the governor said while making a motion with his hand as if to wipe away sweat. After a … more
Jefferson County voters opted for consistency, electing to keep incumbent board member Jane Goff on the State Board of Education, Nov. 4. “I am pleased with the turnout,” Goff said. “I think … more
As was the trend in other races, Colorado voters chose Republican candidates to represent them in three state offices. A look at the races, with results current as of 11 p.m. Nov. 4: Attorney … more
In the race for House District 23 Democrat incumbent Max Tyler won the night with 16,492 votes to Republican challenger Jane Barnes' 13,544 votes. Democrat incumbent Brittany Pettersen also took … more
Faye Griffin, county commissioner for district 1, was elected to serve as Jeffco Clerk and Recorder; an initiative by Griffin stemmed from a desire to finish her nearly 40 years with Jeffco in the … more
In an extremely tight race for Senate District 20 Democrat incumbent Cheri Jahn held on to her seat with 32,465 votes to Republican challenger Larry Queen's 32,269 votes. Both candidates are waiting to comment further until … more
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