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Gov. John Hickenlooper on Sept. 9 announced the formation of a task force that will be charged with finding legislative solutions to issues surrounding hydraulic fracturing. The 19-person commission is made up a broad cross-section of members … more
The days are growing shorter now, the nights a little cooler, and the aspen and underbrush are bursting into shades of red, yellow, orange and gold. There may even be a light dusting of snow in the high country. It's September, and for a few … more
Colorado's congressional delegation offered various responses to President Obama's prime time address on Sept. 10, where he laid out a plan to defeat Islamic terrorists. It's an issue that had already been playing out in the state's U.S. Senate … more
Colorado's economy relies on its workers' ability to safely get to their jobs and send their kids to school. It needs businesses to have the ability to efficiently ship their products to market. It requires safe and sanitary water and sewer systems, as well as energy grids that can handle increasing demands. more
It sounded like a match made in Republican heaven when Monica Owens, daughter of former Gov. Bill Owens and ex-wife Frances, and John Beauprez, professional poker player and marketing specialist and son of governor wannabe Bob Beauprez and wife Claudia, got engaged on the Fourth of July. more
Paintings by Desmond O'Hagan are exhibited in a show called "New York, New York," through Sept. 20 at Elements 5280 Gallery, 5940 S. Holly St., Greenwood Village. The exhibit includes oil and pastel paintings capturing New York from early morning to late evening, with subjects seemingly in motion. Gallery hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays. 303-804-5280, elements5280.com. more
As summer ends and autumn begins, temperatures throughout Colorado begin to fall, and soon long-sleeve shirts, pants, sweaters and jackets become everyone's clothing items of choice. As a result, the tan you worked so hard to achieve during the warm … more
When seed catalogs come out in the early spring, eager gardeners can be spotted trudging through the snow to plan out where they'll plant their zucchini and zinnias. And after a long, hot August of weeding and watering, many gardeners pick their … more
For the first time in its 54-year history, the Colorado Ballet owns its home. The organization recently left its longtime location at 13th and Lincoln (owned by the State Land Board) and moved into 1075 Santa Fe Drive, a former warehouse. A … more
Visitors at H2O’Brien Pool were greeted with the unmistakable scent of wet dog Sept. 6 during the annual Barker Days celebration. Pooches had free reign of the pool, which was closed to humans one … more
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