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Making omelets requires breaking eggs, and traffic congestion can't be relieved without creating some. On May 9, construction crews will begin erecting concrete barriers, re-striping traffic lanes … more
Peter Rork, a retired pilot and orthopedic surgeon, pursued an interest in rescue animals after his wife died four years ago. “I lost my appetite for medicine,” he said, “and I had a plane at the time.” He now transports “death … more
For Sen. Cheri Jahn, the motivation is clear: To bring Colorado in line with a U.S. Supreme Court decision that makes it unconstitutional to sentence juveniles to life without parole and to allow for judicial discretion relating to circumstances … more
A fund has been established through the Arapahoe County Foundation in an effort to assist Littleton seniors who lost their homes after a recent apartment fire. "Many of these seniors have lived here for years and lack the financial resources to cope with this disaster," states a news release from Arapahoe County. more
The Douglas County School Board agreed April 19 to launch an independent investigation into board President Meghann Silverthorn and Vice President Judith Reynolds after 16-year-old Ponderosa student Grace Davis said she was intimidated and bullied by the pair in a private meeting about the March protest she organized at the school. more
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With the fourth-lowest unemployment rate in the nation, 3 percent, Colorado has made mountainous gains when it comes to economic development following the recession that struck in December 2007 and lingered for years. Businesses are flocking to … more
Aliyah Martinez of Lakewood is earning an associate’s degree in precision machining this May, just before her high school graduation. She wants to become a mechanical engineer and believes having a base of knowledge in machining will help her in … more
Día del Niño Health & Wellness Fair Celebrate Día del Niño with a Free Health Screenings, Snacks, Activities and Fun! LAKEWOOD - Are you looking for a free, fun family activity this … more
More than a few bills in the 10-bill Ready to Work package making its way though the Colorado Legislature this session focus on an obvious component of workforce development: education. Similarly, school districts and local colleges continue to … more
When I sat down for an interview with Northglenn Economic Development Manager Debbie Tuttle last month for my weekly “Coffee with…” column, she seemingly couldn’t say enough about workforce development — in her home city of Northglenn, … more
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