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Students at Vivian Elementary in 2016 work on learning how to use sign language to perform “A Whole New World” from the Disney animated musical, “Aladdin.”

Criticism and counterpoints about $567 million Jeffco bond

Critics of the Jefferson County Public School’s $567 million bond measure on the November ballot say the improvements to laid out in the capital improvement plan are unclear, not fair to all …

Election 2018 Voters Guide

Colorado Community Media's annual voters guide contains the latest election news from statewide races, to regional and state legislature races and county contests for Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas and Jefferson counties.

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Representative-Elect Brianna Titone: Voters elect Brianna Titone to be the first transgender representative to the Colorado House of Representatives, and one of the only trans state legislators in U.S. history.

Titone makes history claiming HD27 seat

History was made in Arvada when the constituents of House District 27 elected Democrat Brianna Titone, the first transgender representative elected to the Colorado House of Representative.

Just two votes separate mayoral candidates in Castle Rock

In the days after the Nov. 6 election, Castle Rock continued to wait to learn who would be the town's first at-large mayor in roughly 30 years. Three days after the polls closed, Randy Reed led …

Democrats take majority of Jefferson County offices

Races for Jefferson County offices are neck-and-neck, with only a couple of percentage points separating the candidates, as of 7 p.m. Nov. 6. In the race for clerk and recorder, incumbent Faye …
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Arvada city council

Arvada Council appoints Marks to D1

The Arvada City Council voted to appoint Arvada Chamber of Commerce Chairman, Gerald `Jerry' Marks, to the District 1 seat, Jan. 10. “I'm a tad overwhelmed,” Marks said after being appointed …
State Legislature

Kerr named Senate Education Committee chair

Sen. Andy Kerr was named as chair of the Senate Education Committee on Dec. 16, taking over from Evie Hudak, who resigned in November. “I’m very honored to have been chosen for this position,” Kerr said. “I think it’s very appropriate …
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