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The state's second oldest newspaper and Denver metro area's oldest media establishment began on Dec. 19, 1866, founded by George West in Golden. With a bit of talk recently on possibly reviving … more
Colorado's congressional delegation last week blasted the Department of Veterans Affairs for its handling of a construction contract dispute that has further delayed the building of a new VA hospital and has left hundreds of workers in limbo. A … more
The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office are investigating a shooting that left one person dead at the 2300 block on Clear View Dr. in Genesee Park on Friday, Dec. 12. A homeowner located on Clear View Dr., … more
Colorado Supreme Court justices asked pointed questions about the potential impact of voucher programs on public schools, among other issues, during the long-awaited oral arguments surrounding the … more
There aren’t many people of whom it could be said, “Lakewood wouldn’t be here without him.” James Jeff Richey is one. The city’s first mayor, the man known as the “father of Lakewood,” died Nov. 29. He was 88. “Jim was one … more
The twitter of a bosun's pipe, the ringing of a ship's bell and the mournful notes of “Taps” filled the air at the Dec. 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony at the Colorado National Guard Armory in Centennial. “This is our first year to put … more
Republican Congressman Mike Coffman bucked his own party during a Dec. 4 House vote on a measure that seeks to undo recent changes to U.S. immigration policy that were put in place by President Obama. Meanwhile, Congressman Cory Gardner, … more
The state's roads and future forms of funding for the Colorado Department of Transportation led the conversation at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce Economic Forecast Breakfast on Dec. 5. Hunt, executive director of CDOT, said his … more
After being closed since Monday, August 18, the Incline reopened Friday, Dec. 5, about 11 a.m. with scores lined up to take a look at just what is involved in a $1,586,486 expenditure (and nearly … more
The mood was somber and the details were sobering at a Dec. 3 ceremony at the Colorado Capitol, marking the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre, in which dozens of American Indians were … more
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