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The one thing that everyone of any political stripe can agree on when looking back at the 2013 legislative session is that a whole lot happened. The furious pace lasted 120 days. But the political and policy impact of last year’s session will be … more
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Residents fed up with the way city officials are handling the 38th Avenue corridor project spoke up during citizen’s discussion at the March 24 meeting, asking council to bring the issue of the 38th avenue road diet to a vote in November. While … more
After 90 minutes of bargaining with the Jefferson County school district, more than 600 Jeffco educators, parents and supporters walked out of a negotiation meeting between the district and the Jefferson County Education Association (JCEA) Monday, … more
Another gun battle took center stage at the Capitol on Feb. 3, as a Senate committee rejected a Republican effort to undo a key Democrat-backed gun measure from last year. Testimony on a bill that … more
City council approved an amendment to the Capital Investment Program budget to allow a supplemental $41,870 for the 38th Avenue Corridor plan. However, the amendment provoked a lengthy discussion about the various issues concerning 38th. The … more
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Former workers at Rocky Flats may be able to bypass the complex federal claims process and move to the head of the line to receive medical compensations for illnesses stemming from radiation exposure at the plutonium trigger manufacturing … more
Democratic state lawmakers have drafted legislation aimed at making college a little less expensive. Last week, the College Affordability Act became the first bill to be introduced in the Senate … more
Housing market experts seem to be in agreement that real estate is booming and healthy in Colorado. For Jeffco, single family homes averaged 48 days on the market which is a 32 percent decrease from 2012 where single family homes averaged 71 … more
Legislation aimed at creating greater transparency for what happens behind closed doors at school board meetings will not happen this year. A bill sponsor on March 12 asked a Senate committee to indefinitely postpone the legislation, meaning the … more
Deer Creek Middle School will implement a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) option this fall for 90 incoming sixth-grade students. The program, which was approved by the Jeffco school board at a regular business meeting Jan. 16., … more
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