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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made no apologies for having previously called Colorado's "quality of life" into question for its voter-approved marijuana legalization, during a July 23 visit … more
Hillary Jean has faced her fair share of hurdles. Striding triumphantly aboard her horse, “D'Amour,” the Castle Rock resident was crowned champion of the 3'3" Amateur Owner Hunter class at the Colorado Horse Park July 6. But veiled by the … more
The U.S. House on July 16 passed a measure meant to block penalties on banks that provide financial services for marijuana businesses. A bipartisan amendment to the annual Financial Services appropriations bill prevents the Treasury Department … more
The Colorado Supreme Court on July 18 ordered clerks in Adams and Denver counties to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the latest development in an ongoing court battle over gay marriage that is being fought on several … more
Polls in two key statewide races released last week indicated conflicting results that are being taken with a grain of salt by political observers. One poll showed good news for Gov. John … more
Immediately after it became official last week that legislative efforts to deal with hydraulic fracturing had ended, pro-fracking Republicans in key statewide races ramped up pressure on their … more
Maria Orlova has been to quite a few fairs since being named Douglas County Rodeo Queen last year, but one left a particularly lasting impression on her. “The Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center put on this special event at the Pro Rodeo Hall … more
A Douglas County agency hopes it can provide compassionate care for residents who have fallen on hard times — without the stigma attached. At the Strive to Thrive Resource and Service Fair July 28 at Parker’s PACE Center, locals who are in … more
Two Elbert County water projects are back on track following the July 15 approval of a grant by the Metro Basin Water Round Table. The projects, a well-monitoring network and a follow-up water supply study, are the first step in the county's … more
The battle over hydraulic fracturing revved up last week as a diverse group of state, energy and business leaders joined Gov. John Hickenlooper in speaking out against potential ballot measures that would limit the oil- and gas-drilling practice statewide. more
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