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Colorado lawmakers are considering regulating the use of drones, citing privacy concerns as they look to join at least 20 other states that have set limits. A bill pending in the Colorado Senate would require law enforcement to have a warrant … more
A year after legalizing recreational pot sales, Colorado has more questions than answers about the health effects of legal marijuana. A panel of doctors concluded months of meetings last week about the health effects of marijuana and how people … more
State Rep. Tim Dore, R-Elizabeth, District 64, took some time to answer the following questions from Colorado Community Media as the legislative session got underway. My focus continues to be working on legislation that will assist the … more
It's the first Saturday morning of the new year. Temperatures have dipped into single digits overnight, and the snow crackles under the tires of a sporadic flow of cars that slow as they enter the driveway north of Elizabeth. Following a short … more
After finding success with her women's boutique in the small but historic town of Elizabeth, Denise Blodig decided to open a second location in the growing town of Castle Rock. “I just think the whole town of Castle Rock is starting to boom,” … more
Officials say nine deer were killed in Elizabeth last hunting season as part of a program to manage the population of the animals Colorado Parks and Wildlife said last week the deer were killed on town-owned land between early October and late … more
Governor John Hickenlooper offered a few words of advice for Colorado's General Assembly this legislative session: “Regardless of size, government must work.” During his State of the State … more
DENVER — Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today delivered his third State of the State address. The governor's remarks focused on the economy, education, transportation and budget … more
With much fanfare, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce moved into the Highway 105 location in 1985, but the building itself has quite a storied history. It’s been a bit transient. According to a … more
Beginning in February, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce will be relocated to 166 Second Street in Monument, in what was once the town hall, and recently served as Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection … more
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