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Politicians typically do not make news by shaking hands - after all, it's what politicians do. But during a Sept. 30 gubernatorial debate, an unexpected and awkward handshake between Gov. John Hickenlooper and former Congressman Bob Beauprez forged a rare political agreement on civility. more
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney threw red meat at Republicans in Littleton on Sept. 29, blasting the record of Gov. John Hickenlooper during a rally to urge support for GOP candidates this … more
L.L. Bean will open its first Colorado store, and its second west of the Mississippi River, next month at Park Meadows shopping center. The 13,000-square-foot, one-story store is under construction in the former site of Grand Lux Café, on the … more
When Cody was born Aug. 6 she was only six-and-a-half pounds, not even half of the typical weight for an alpaca at birth. According to Amber Isaac, owner of Silken Suri Alpaca Ranch in Castle Rock where Cody was born, most Alpacas weigh between … more
Competitors from across Colorado came to Casey Jones Park in Elizabeth on Sept. 27 for the latest Colorado State High School Rodeo Association event. Boys and girls representing clubs and schools rode and roped during the daylong event. Made up of … more
The Douglas/Elbert Task force received a $175,000 grant from Douglas County that will allow the service organization to help more people in need. The county commissioners approved the gift from the Community Development Block Grant Program at the … more
Terry Wilson thinks long and hard before deciding which bus to send out to a particular event. With so many late nights and early mornings of providing transport for Elizabeth School District students, the last thing he wants is for one of the … more
The debate over voters' wisdom in backing the 1992 Taxpayer Bill of Rights resumed last week after it was made apparent that Coloradans can soon expect their first state revenue-related tax refunds … more
A commission charged with finding legislative solutions to issues surrounding hydraulic fracturing met for the first time on Sept. 25, with members acknowledging the arduous task ahead. “I think it goes without saying we have a tremendous task … more
Jane A. Penley Residence: Elbert Party: Independent Occupation: District Manager Kiowa Conservation District; Mortgage Services Inspector Background: 11 years in the Elbert County … more
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