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Although President Barack Obama isn't on the November ballot this year, he was very much a part of a U.S. Senate race debate that was held in Grand Junction on Sept. 6. The president's name … more
Several Jeffco schools are seeing increased student enrollment, pushing them to or past capacity. To tackle the issue, the Jeffco Schools Board of Education heard a staff presentation regarding … more
President Barack Obama told a Denver audience on July 9 that the country's economy is better off now than when he took office five years ago and blasted Republicans in Congress who "have blocked or voted down every serious idea to helping the middle class." more
The Jeffco Schools board of education approved a salary cap limit for teachers by a 3-2 vote Thursday, Sept. 18. Board members John Newkirk, Julie Williams and Ken Witt voted in favor with Lesley Dahlkemper and Jill Fellman opposed. “We … more
Gov. John Hicklenlooper prepares to sign into law three new bills that will help Colorado prepare for an “unpredictable” wildfire season, as Sen. Gail Schwartz looks on. The governor, along with … more
Running for the first time as Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder Michael Snow is outspoken about his defense for the right to vote in fair and honest elections. As a board member of the Colorado Common Cause for the last five years, a nonprofit … more
With several days worth of chants and placard waving, Jeffco high school students expressed opposition to oversight of the district's AP U.S. History course. Students across Jeffco walked out of … more
Running for a third term in the house, state Rep. Libby Szabo says she is putting her community and constituents at the focus for the future. “I want to do things at the state capital that benefit my constituents and state as a whole,” she … more
For many business owners, it is a difficult task to identify which, if any, chamber of commerce is best suited to fulfill their companies’ needs. Options abound, with Colorado being home to more than 130 chambers. Some of those are … more
As one of the council members who helped the city of Thornton weather the recession, Beth Martinez Humenik said she wants to use her leadership skills as the next state senator for District 24. Humenik was elected to the Thornton City Council in … more
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