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Although President Barack Obama isn't on the November ballot this year, he was very much a part of a U.S. Senate race debate that was held in Grand Junction on Sept. 6. The president's name … more
A lot of things have happened since 1936 — Hawaii and Alaska becoming states and the inventions of canned beer, color television and the Slinky, just to name a few. But prior to this month, Republicans doing really well in Adams County … more
The Denver International Airport was built far away from some of the Colorado’s most famous locations, but 45 years of photographs by Barbara Gal will give travelers a sampling of the state. DIA is exhibiting Gal’s show, “45 Years in … more
The mood was somber and the details were sobering at a Dec. 3 ceremony at the Colorado Capitol, marking the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre, in which dozens of American Indians were … more
Homer Simpson didn't accept a gay man until one saved his life. In the 1997 “Simpsons” episode, “Homer's Phobia,” Homer and his family became friends with a man named John, who ran a … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper delivered his annual State of the State address Jan. 15 during a joint session of the General Assembly, commending the state’s booming business sector and encouraging bipartisanship. “The state of our state is … more
Ana Temu Vidrio's stepfather woke up the morning of Nov. 20 in a good mood before leaving for work, the young woman said the following day. On Nov. 20, President Obama announced that he would take … more
One might say that it was a ‘Lucky Seven’ who were inducted into the Colorado Dugout Club’s Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015. Yet, it is more than luck as the seven are definitely well known to the state’s baseball … more
Governor John Hickenlooper offered a few words of advice for Colorado's General Assembly this legislative session: “Regardless of size, government must work.” During his State of the State … more
The Colorado Supreme Court on Nov. 25 dismissed a legal challenge to the governor’s ability to declare Day of Prayer proclamations. The justices did not rule on the merits of whether it is appropriate for government to encourage prayer, rather … more
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