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Elbert County Manager Ed Ehmann is wasting no time putting his personal stamp on the way the county operates. During the last two weeks of March, Ehmann has been moving key personnel from various county departments into newly configured office … more
School districts would have greater flexibility in deciding how much weight student academic performance would have in evaluating teachers under a bill that passed a Senate committee on March … more
More than 200 people attended open house meetings aimed at answering questions about a high-voltage transmission line planned for construction in 2017. The proposed Pawnee-Daniels Park transmission line — a project that spans 125 miles from … more
Stefanie and Nathan Simpson learned an important lesson on a roadside in the middle of nowhere: "Baby comes when baby comes." After relatively routine births with their first three daughters, the couple was not expecting a nontraditional labor with their fourth. ... more
Colorado's long-underfunded public school system would receive an additional $300 million in funding and increased per-pupil dollars, under a pair of school finance bills that cleared a House committee on March 19. However, the battle over how … more
Sheriff Shayne Heap wears a big gun — and a lot of hats. He's a lawman, office manager, supervisor, husband, father, coach. Just don't call him a politician. “I see myself as a public servant, not a politician,” says Heap, 43, who is … more
On March 30th, the Elizabeth United Methodists will become the first church in Colorado in 11 years to be chartered as an independent United Methodist Church. The church began as an Elbert County campus of Parker United Methodist Church in … more
“I'm just getting them used to the traffic,” said Ray Avery, of Elbert, who was training two horses along State Highway 86 in Elizabeth on March 20. Avery is preparing “Crowbait” — a mustang — and “Roy” — bloodline unknown — … more
After an hourlong public hearing, the Elbert County Board of County Commissioners on March 12 unanimously approved a special use permit application filed by Mustang Creek LLC for an exploratory well the company wants to drill on Prescott Ranches … more
Last June, Castle Rock boy Riley Turner was in the process of earning his swimming merit badge at Peaceful Valley Boy Scout Camp in Elbert County — learning how to be safe and how to rescue people. He was still working on the badge when, five … more
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