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After nearly three years of debate and controversy, the Board of County Commissioners finally approved on Feb. 12 a revised set of zoning regulations to guide future oil and gas development activity in the county. After commissioners voted 2-0 in … more
More Colorado school children would be eligible for free lunch at school, under a bill that passed a House committee on Feb. 10. Right now, kids who qualify for the state's reduced lunch program … more
In March 2008, Willow Creek resident Ellen Smith developed a nasty cough. “My doctor treated it as pneumonia but it just wouldn't go away,” Smith says. “Finally, he sent me to the emergency room, where they discovered a large mass on one of … more
As someone who covers the state Legislature, it's common for me to write about lawmakers who fight like cats and dogs. Yeah, yeah, I get it. Legislators will tell you that more than 90 percent of bills are passed with bipartisan support. No … more
A judge has dismissed a multimillion dollar civil lawsuit filed by a county resident seeking damages after being labeled a potential terrorist by the Board of County Commissioners. Don Pippin, 56, … more
With a ballot measure looming that could determine the future of hydraulic fracking in Colorado, oil and gas industry leaders are preparing for a battle unlike any they've fought before. “We've got a serious fight on our hands in 2014,” said … more
Mountains and sunshine and healthy and active lifestyles aside, Colorado holds a dubious distinction that isn't a part of the state's tourism campaign. Colorado ranks among the highest in the nation for suicides. In 2012, more Coloradans died as … more
No charges will be filed relating to an incident that occurred Jan. 4 at the Parker Costco and involved Commissioner Robert Rowland. Rowland had filed a report with the Parker police claiming to have been verbally harassed and then physically … more
Out-of-state American Indian college students who have tribal connections to Colorado will be able pay in-state tuition rates here, under a bill that passed a legislative committee on Feb. … more
County elections manager Sherry McNeil has counted her last ballot for Elbert County. McNeil, who was hired in September 2013 and came on the job the same week Clerk and Recorder Dallas Schroeder took office, was dismissed by Schroeder in late … more
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