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A wide-ranging group of 50 new laws dealing with everything from Internet crimes to marijuana research to Jessica's Law took effect July 1. The statutes are among 425 bills that passed the Legislature and were signed into law by Gov. John … more
A lawsuit alleges that a mechanism that has been used by the state to slash education funding by about $1 billion is unconstitutional — the latest development in an ongoing battle over how K-12 dollars are … more
Birth rates among Colorado teenagers have dropped by 40 percent over the last five years, a result of a state initiative that aims to help young women avoid unwanted pregnancies, state officials announced last week. “That is not a small drop, … more
Elbert County Commissioners voted 2-1 in favor of executing a letter of support for the Douglas Land Conservancy's “Vision for Open Space in Elbert County,” a grant application to study opportunities for open space within the county. The DLC … more
Though there is no comparison to the famous Kiowa flood that filled the Elbert County Courthouse to the second floor with mud and silt in 1935, it will still take cleanup and repair crews at least a month to fix all the damage caused by a water-line … more
A group of gay state lawmakers on July 3 called on Colorado officials to "concede" that the state's ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional and to avoid putting up any more legal barriers that delay … more
On a week when the Bob Beauprez campaign was buoyed by a poll that showed him in a 44 percent tie with Gov. John Hickenlooper, it was instead a different number that stirred a media buzz. Hours … more
The Town of Elizabeth has refinanced nearly $2 million in sales tax bonds, according to a news release. The refinancing will result in a savings for the town of more than $163,000 over the remaining eight years of the debt. The release stated … more
The Elizabeth School District has selected a new director of information and instructional technology for the coming school year.  The newly created position is intended to devote additional resources to the district's IT functions.  Marty … more
Legislation sponsored by state Rep. Tim Dore (R-Elizabeth) designed to enhance civil liability protections for the new industry of agritourism was signed into law July 1. Agritourism gives those who may not otherwise be involved in agriculture … more
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