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For those who were adamantly opposed to a bill that would require parents to be better educated about child vaccinations, the possible final version of the legislation shouldn't hurt a bit. more
The beauty of Douglas County unfolds with each step toward the top of the Lincoln Mountain Open Space. Hikers, bikers and equestrians who reach the apex of the main bluff are treated to a 360-degree panoramic view of southern Douglas County and … more
Earl Voight is a man who sets his course and goes. He was only 13 years old when he decided to one day become an optometrist and move to Colorado. Sixty-three years later, he’s still making plans, but these days, they don’t revolve around his … more
A bill aimed at providing seniors with property tax relief is moving through the Legislature. Under the bill, widows of military veterans and seniors who lose homes as a result of natural disasters would benefit from tax exemptions. It is a … more
Once again, an effort to curb artificial tanning among youths has failed at the Legislature. House Bill 1054 died after it failed to garner enough support to make it out of a Senate committee last week. The bill would have prohibited persons … more
Two business leaders are trying to build a consortium of sorts to unite entities with economic interests. The Colorado Business Roundtable is in its infancy, with executive director Jeff Wasden and president Gayle Dendinger starting discussions … more
With the Elizabeth Stampede Parade coming up on June 7, Police Chief Michael Phibbs is taking steps to make the experience safer for the community by proposing new parade rules to the Town of Elizabeth Board of Trustees. The proposals were … more
Seniors involved in the Future Business Leaders of America at Elizabeth High School have been working with the Town of Elizabeth to do a case analysis of the town's Water and Sewer Enterprise Fund. “The water and sewer system of the town was … more
A University of Colorado-Boulder Leeds School of Business study concludes that a statewide moratorium on hydraulic fracturing would put a drag on Colorado's economy, though the study's leader said they don't know potential environmental impacts of … more
Red light cameras could be a thing of the past, under a bill that is making its way through the Legislature. The bipartisan legislation would prohibit the use of red light cameras and photo radars … more
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