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Social studies teacher Matt Parish stands in front of a whiteboard with the outline of Russia projected on his face. He points to the boot-shaped county on a multicolored map of Europe identical to the one the students had just finished studying on … more
Democrats are spearheading a package of legislation aimed at expanding oversight of Colorado law enforcement and placing limits on their power, a response to allegations of excessive force both in the state and nationally. The proposals include … more
Cowboys risked life and limb Feb. 28 at the 3 Annual Castle Rock Bulls event at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. Bulls from around the country were brought in for the event that saw both children and adults compete. Seventy-five riders competed for … more
It might be easy for motorists passing through Kiowa to drive past the Lions' Hall without understanding or even noticing the abbreviation displayed on the yellow marquee in front. But for some individuals and families, “ECCO” translates into … more
The Elbert County Board of County Commissioners reached an agreement on policies regarding public notification and posting policies for meetings as they pertain Colorado's open meetings and open records laws — also known as the “sunshine … more
A ban on red-light cameras and speed-van enforcement passed its first test Feb. 25 in the Colorado General Assembly. But a long afternoon of testimony showed the topic is as divisive as ever. In Colorado, 12 cities use the traffic-enforcement … more
Mental health experts say the case of an 87-year-old Alzheimer's patient suspected of killing his roommate at an assisted living facility in Lakewood is rare and shows the difficulty of caring for those with the unpredictable disease, even for the … more
Any attempt to give local governments more control over oil and gas drilling in Colorado must protect the rights of people who own underground mineral rights, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Feb. 27. Some people have owned or leased those rights for … more
Medical marijuana growers and patients are inching closer to potential regulations. The Colorado Senate's Health and Human Services Committee has unanimously passed a comprehensive bill concerning a variety of medical marijuana issues that are not regulated by the state's revenue department. more
- The Indians fell in their final regular season game on Feb. 21. Leading by one going into the fourth, the Indians were outscored 18-11 in the final period to fall to the Thunderhawks. The Indians will have to bounce back as they prepare for 2A … more
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