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A state audit cites several areas of concern over the handling of cases within the state's child welfare system. The 260-page report lays out dozens of recommended fixes to “deficiencies” that were found in samplings of cases that were … more
A K-8 performing arts-themed charter school is moving slowly through the approval process, aiming for a fall 2016 opening. Parker Performing Arts School (PPAS) would accommodate 676 students, whose academic experience would include daily … more
A unified Senate Republican caucus on Nov. 11 unanimously put in place a leadership team that will guide the chamber's new majority party through the next legislative session. more
Armchair quarterbacking doesn't apply only to football fans — political junkies were doing it all of last week following the results of Election Day 2014. While many heaped praise on the two big winners from last week — Republican … more
During a Nov. 4 re-election victory speech, Republican Congressman Mike Coffman thanked his supporters in two languages. Coffman talked about how important it was to have taken part in a recent all-Spanish debate with Andrew Romanoff, his … more
A bad Election Day turned into a worse week for Democrats as vote tallies from an Adams County state Senate race resulted in Democrats losing power of that legislative chamber. In Senate District 24, Republican Beth Martinez-Humenik defeated … more
It is not every day that you see nearly 60 elementary school students with a police escort on the streets of Elizabeth in the middle of a school day, but that was the case on Nov. 7 when three classes of second-graders from Running Creek Elementary … more
The Elizabeth school board is regrouping after the defeat of two funding questions that failed to meet voter approval. On Nov. 4, the school district’s voters rejected TABOR tax Question 3A, a proposed $1 million per year mill levy override, and … more
The work taking place in the second-floor conference room of the Elbert County Courthouse began weeks before Nov. 4, and on Election Day, the unremitting activity, punctuated by the intermittent hum of the ballot-counting machine, could be described … more
When 14-year-old David Markenson took his first lifeguard class with the American Red Cross, he knew little about the organization that someday would honor him with one of its most prestigious awards. Markenson, chief medical officer at Lone … more
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