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Two tax-filing fraud cases in Franktown reflect an emerging trend that has government revenue departments and law enforcement agencies urging extra caution. On March 13, a man living on Ponderosa Road called the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office … more
What began as an ongoing effort to formalize Elbert County’s business practices has evolved into what could be a first step in overhauling the county’s zoning laws, which have been described by many as challenging. In December, the Board of … more
Republican and Democratic lawmakers in the House have found something in common: Many have issues with the Obama administration's new regulations requiring companies that drill for oil and natural gas to disclose chemicals used in hydraulic … more
Colorado is moving to establish another marijuana first: the first government standards for marijuana testing. A bill approved by its first committee in the state Legislature last week would create statewide laboratory standards for the state's … more
The legalization of marijuana in Colorado hasn't solved the racial disparities in enforcement that drug-policy reformers had hoped to end, with blacks still far more likely than whites to be charged with pot-related crimes, a new report says. The … more
Elbert County has cleared the final funding hurdle for conducting a countywide water study. On March 18, the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) awarded the county a $120,000 grant to fund the second of two water projects designed to measure … more
A bill to require all motorists to use snow tires or chains during snowy months on Colorado's major mountain highway has passed its toughest test in the state Legislature. The measure cleared the Senate Transportation Committee 5-0, but not … more
A House committee passed two minimum-wage bills last week. House Bill 1300 proposes to reinstate local governments' authority to increase minimum wages. House Concurrent Resolution 1001 proposes to increase the minimum wage, by voter approval. … more
It can be hard to determine the moment when one gains proficiency over a craft. But for Castle View High School sophomore Jonathan Hoe, it's vivid. “The biggest moment was when I made Western States Honor Orchestra,” said Hoe, 16. “That's a … more
Thrive Church is getting ready to host one of Colorado's largest Easter egg hunts April 4 and April 5. Free family events are scheduled at the church's regular meeting place, Mammoth Heights … more
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