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A bipartisan measure intended to help fill teaching and other staff positions in Colorado's rural school districts recently advanced in the state House. House Bill 1176 would allow retired teachers and other school employees, including bus … more
A state-run workforce center in Elbert County has headed east. The former Elizabeth Workforce Center has moved from 240 Elizabeth St. in Elizabeth to 75 Ute Avenue, Kiowa, which is about seven miles from the previous location, according to a news … more
The Kiowa High School drama club has been practicing every Friday since January in preparation for its weekend performances of “Who’s Dying to be a Millionaire?” The play, written by Pat Cook, is about the reality TV show “Who is Dying to … more
The undersheriff for Elbert County was dismissed from his job last month “due to a clear violation of policy,” according to County Commissioner Danny Willcox. No specifics were provided about the violation. Tony Schiefelbein had been employed … more
In order to pave the way for transparency and better relations between the community and Elbert County's elected officials, some changes have been made in the logistical and strategic areas of operations. At the Board of County Commissioners … more
A bill introduced in the state Legislature by the Democratic speaker of the House and the Republican Senate president would seek voter approval to raise the state sales tax to help pay for Colorado's transportation needs. Colorado's growing … more
Colorado Community Media reporter Stephanie Mason interviewed Robert Golden, president and CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, about the impact of rising home prices on the … more
Many residents of Elbert County are apt to say that “water is more precious than gold.” To that end, the Elbert County Water Advisory Committee is conducting a series of three workshops to inform residents about a comprehensive water study … more
While mayors around the metro area are backing a state legislative effort restricting construction defects lawsuits that they say discourage the building of attainable housing — such as condominiums and townhomes — critics say it would take away … more
Londa Mull isn't your typical couch surfer. “I'm technically homeless, and I chose this,” she said with a smile. After her four adult children moved out, Mull, a 50-year-old former real estate broker's assistant, began looking for a … more
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