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The run-up to replace Gubernatorial candidate Ed Perlmutter in Colorado's 7th District got more crowded Wednesday as State Senator Dominick Moreno kicked off his campaign. more
There are no lions or tigers or bears. But there is an African tortoise, two wallabies and a potbellied big named Frankie who loves to meet new people. The animals live on a secluded property nestled among the hills near Larkspur. White fences … more
When Scot Harris, event director of the Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival, planned the first race roughly 30 years ago, he wasn’t expecting a big turnout. Then, 1,200 people came. This year, organizers expect 6,000 participants on June … more
Foster Elementary School students witnessed history on May 18, as Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed HB17-1201, Science Technology Engineering Math Diploma Endorsement, into law. The governor also did a mock signing of SB17-123, Seal of … more
Memorial Day weekend in Elbert County will provide two opportunities to honor the county’s veterans. Special services to be held at the Kiowa/Elbert and Elizabeth cemeteries will hosted by members of the American Legion, VFW, and the Boy Scouts of … more
The Elizabeth Stampede will continue to carry the torch of Western pride as it hosts its 30th Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association sanctioned event June 1-4. “The PRCA is to rodeos what the NFL is to football,” said Elizabeth Stampede Board … more
About 300 people packed the hearing room at the Douglas County Philip S. Miller building in Castle Rock to hear the planning commission's decision on a development at the intersection of two state roads in Franktown. They'll have to wait three … more
State lawmakers were counting their wins and losses in the days after the conclusion of the legislative session. Colorado Community Media talked to a couple of high-ranking state representatives, a Democrat and a Republican, for perspective on … more
Two civilian initiatives are coming to Colorado to help veterans and their families deal with traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress and other problems, the University of Colorado said. The recently announced five-year, $38 million gift … more
Plans for the recreational use of the Rueter-Hess Reservoir are beginning to take shape, but packing up the family for a day of fun at the beach is still a long way off. On May 1, Parker Town Council unanimously approved an intergovernmental … more
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