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How much money did the Town of Parker gain back in providing incentives to have Gander Mountain open in Parker before they close their doors? Gander received significant concessions from PAR at … more
What one critic of the Republican healthcare plan didn't say in last week's letter to the editor is that she wants socialized medicine. What she and others don't seem to know is that single payer … more
The Douglas County Federation is compelled to respond to misinformation shared by Directors Geddes and Peck at a recent board meeting. They stated DCF is opposed to performance-based pay or basing a … more
Nothing quite admits the failure of an agenda than seeing those who previously supported it, distancing themselves from it right before an election.   Deb Scheffel publicly endorsed the … more
Harry Buckner was searching for a diecast model of a midget racer but found a real one instead - which he purchased. And, he's been racing for the past decade with the Colorado Vintage Oval Racing … more
Have you ever had one of those days that seemed to start out so awesome and then all of a sudden, before you knew it, the day had become a disaster and everything you thought would happen didn't? Me … more
I really look forward to your columns," a reader said. "The funny ones, that is." I was crushed. As an eagle-eyed journalist, I try to provide you with commentaries about the most meaningful … more
I am writing about the tax revenues and cost impacts of residential development. As my source, I am using a 2010 study from the Farmland Information Center on Cost of Community Services. The FIC is a … more
Colorado Ballet Artistic Director Gil Boggs promoted a Soloist to Principal dancer, two Corps de Ballet dancers to Soloists, two Apprentices to Corps de Ballet, two Studio Company to Apprentices, and … more
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