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Shortly before the gavel sounded in the newly refurbished Senate chamber, Linda Newell's eyes unexpectedly welled with tears. "It's hard to leave something that I love so much," she said of the … more
A teen’s claim that she was kidnapped and sexually assaulted in September turned out to be false, authorities say. The Parker Police Department issued a statement Jan. 13 saying that the … more
Having grown up without a television, Richard Fitch’s main source of entertainment was classic stories by renowned authors. Even today, he finds himself surrounded by books — 20,000 of them to be approximate. Fitch is the proprietor of Poor … more
After they were married in 1951, Nancy Gripman would greet her husband's Navy ship every time it returned to port. She often was the only one standing on the dock. Her consistent presence upon his arrival caused Bill Gripman to be razzed by his … more
About me I'm originally from New Jersey, but I went to college all over the place. I ended up in the Midwest, which I adore. I got my master's in Library and Information Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and I met my husband, … more
With Colorado’s legislative session set to start this week, the main agenda item for Gov. John Hickenlooper seems dead on arrival, a sign that the state’s partisan divides and unorthodox spending limits will continue to paralyze it in … more
After two weeks on the lam and a tussle with a porcupine, Canello curled up on a porch and turned himself in. “Evidently, he’d had enough,” said Josh Hans, public information officer for the Parker Police Department. Canello was … more
It was a quiet day in Elbert County, the kind of day where the thick gel of winter oozed into the rolling plains like a personal injury lawyer to a car accident, creeping through towns all dolled up in their Christmas finery. Not the kind of day in … more
Ordinarily, most people might consider a departmental meeting routine business, but the events leading up to a Jan. 4 meeting of the Elbert County Community & Development Services Department (CDS) and its aftermath appear to be indicative of a … more
After two weeks on the lam and a tussle with a porcupine, Canello curled up on a porch and turned himself in. “Evidently, he’d had enough,” said Josh Hans, public information … more
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