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On Feb. 13, the City Council went down a double black diamond run. That was after an already exhausting day of tough sledding. The sledding was 3 ½ hours of council listening to over 50 … more
As a Westminster resident, pediatrician, and mother, I care about making our city a clean and healthy place to live for our families. That is why I am writing to support the city's efforts … more
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A $23 million justice center and future home for the Northglenn police is not even built but it is already stained by injustice. Planned since 2014, the City Council collaborated with City Hall to … more
At several recent speaking engagements, Jeffco Schools board president Ron Mitchell said his main contention regarding America's economic and social justice problems is the obscene difference between … more
I have lived in Jeffco for 40 years. I have four children well educated in Jeffco schools. My wife and I have known many Jeffco teachers over the years. These teachers have always impressed us with … more
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner says he is worried that paid out-of-state protesters are impeding his constituents' ability to reach him and express their legitimate concerns. His actions, however, do not … more
As the Douglas County School District ponders asking taxpayers for more money to support our schools, a new page of support for charters by the school board questions where this new money will … more
So the other day as I was standing in line waiting to order my lunch, I found myself staring at the menu and trying to decide what I was really in the mood for that day. Even though I had eaten at … more
"The food was just delicious, and we loved the way 'Katy' introduced herself. She said, 'They named me after Katy, Texas, not Katy Perry.' The décor made us feel right at home. My steak was … more
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