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Ornate totem poles, jutting skyward 20 feet in air, once marked the turnoffs from the field at the corner of Baptist Road. Tourists, from all over the nation (and in fact the world) would stop to … more
A plan by the 80s band Survivor to kick off its tour in Parker is up in the air following the sudden death of lead singer Jimi Jamison. Jamison died of a heart attack at the age of 63 on Aug. 31, … more
As school starts, lawmakers are touting an education law passed this year that many believe will help students achieve greater success. Earlier this year, the Legislature passed a pair of school funding measures that Gov. John Hickenlooper later … more
When it comes to protecting animals from the vesicular stomatitis virus that is spreading across the state, cleanliness is key, officials say. The virus, spread primarily by flies, causes oral blisters and painful sores that can lead to … more
The Town of Elizabeth and its public art committee hosted the first Town of Elizabeth Music and Art Festival Aug. 23. The event was held on Main Street and was free and open to the public. A steady crowd of people attended throughout the … more
Key Democratic lawmakers were frustrated with Gov. John Hickenlooper's guidance last year on a death penalty repeal bill and now feel that there was an opportunity lost, given that Hickenlooper's … more
The debate over the use of American Indian mascots will come to the state Capitol next year. State Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, is expected to carry a bill that could result in schools losing … more
Former House Minority Leader Mark Waller on Aug. 27 blasted the fellow Republican who is seeking to succeed him over his recent "horribly inappropriate" anti-gay comments. Waller, who is not … more
During the week, Jim Parks teaches statistics at Colorado Christian University, but because he'll take any opportunity he is given to instruct, on Aug. 23, Parks was working the shooting range as a safety officer. Parks said his position as a … more
An attack ad released against Gov. John Hickenlooper last week started out like any other negative ad — grainy, black-and-white footage followed by a series of assaults on the governor for his failure to “make the tough decisions.” The ad, … more
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