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The Senate is expected to vote soon on whether or not to repeal a Bureau of Land Management regulation that restricts methane emissions from oil and gas wells located on public lands. Capturing … more
At several recent speaking engagements, Jeffco Schools board president Ron Mitchell said his main contention regarding America's economic and social justice problems is the obscene difference between … more
I have lived in Jeffco for 40 years. I have four children well educated in Jeffco schools. My wife and I have known many Jeffco teachers over the years. These teachers have always impressed us with … more
Representative Perlmutter, as a member of the U.S. House, is simply posturing when he states his opposition to the Gorsuch nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. Federal judicial nominations are only … more
It is hard to believe that our nation celebrated Medicare's 50th anniversary just over a year ago, yet there is now a movement in Congress to drastically change this successful program. Don't be … more
The Chief Operating Officer for the school district. Mr. Steve Bell tried to tell the school board it could save over $3.5 million by closing 5 schools. That is an average of about $600,000 per … more
In what might have been the most ironic part of the nearly six hour school board meeting on Jan. 26, the school board once again discussed moving sixth graders to middle school. This time they did so … more
Wheat Ridge has lost hundreds of elementary school seats from school closures or reorganizations in recent years. In 2011, Martensen Elementary was closed and students moved. The district claimed … more
The Jeffco school board is considering a proposal to spend $25 million to build additional classrooms at a few select middle schools to support moving sixth graders out of elementary schools. … more
The Jeffco school board wants to find $25 million to provide salary increases for staff members. This is twice what was proposed in ballot measure 3A which failed in November of 2016. So the … more
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