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Elbert County Republicans emerged from their assembly at the fairgrounds on March 19 energized. The GOP faithful applauded talk of unity and the importance that Elbert County Republicans play in statewide elections. The assembly was, however, not … more
MillerCoors says it is dedicated to sustainability. Last month, the company officially reached its goal of having all of it's major breweries be landfill-free, including the one in Golden. “As … more
The Town of Parker has taken steps to bring back condominium development by reducing the risk of construction-defect lawsuits against builders. A series of bills introduced in the Colorado General Assembly in the last three years failed to garner … more
About me I was born in Alamosa, Colorado, and raised in the San Luis Valley. For the first 12 years of my life, I lived on a farm with my father, mother and younger brother. I did all of the usual farm chores and really enjoyed the farm. My … more
Dear readers: Brian Granley is a father of three, ages 17, 14 and 10, who wants to teach his children the value of helping others. “However, even with church and other activities,” he said, “it is difficult to find something that is a … more
Project Sanctuary, a Colorado-based nonprofit founded in Parker in 2007, received a boost Feb. 24 with a $20,000 donation from Larry H. Miller Liberty Toyota Colorado Springs. The donation supports Project Sanctuary’s mission of taking military … more
Two industrious Elizabeth High School students, Kristen Jacksonand Autumn Wendler, with their chapter of Future Business Leaders of America, are making a difference in Elizabeth’s business community. FBLA is a national organization for students … more
Every newspaper has three critical components: readers, advertisers and employees. But it all begins with readers — and we want to learn more about you. We are in the middle of our first reader survey in many years, and your input is very … more
The clocks have been set one hour forward, and many Coloradans are enjoying that extra hour of sunshine during the evening hours, but not everyone likes the idea of changing their clocks each spring and fall. Elbert County News caught up with six … more
People camping near Denver's homeless shelters packed up their belongings March 8 before city workers started removing bags, tarps, shopping carts and other items left on sidewalks. The Mile High City is another fast-growing metropolis struggling … more
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