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2014/10/24 06:18
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Election offices across the state have received 40,000 more ballots from Republican voters than Democrats in the 10 days since ballots were mailed to voters, a spread that far outpaces the advantage...
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2014/10/23 06:18
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Heavily outspent by their Democratic rivals and seen by many as too conservative for politically balanced Jefferson County, Republicans Tony Sanchez and Laura Woods are undeterred in their quest to...
2014/10/22 20:18
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Prosecutors won't pursue claims of voter fraud against the Democratic candidate for Adams County clerk, who is accused by her opponent of being untruthful about where she lives. Private investigator...
2014/10/21 23:18
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Those looking for an opportunity to work and have fun on the slopes at the same time this winter should head to the winter job fair in Centennial on Friday. Dozens of jobs are available and employers...
2014/10/15 07:18
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Already, various interests — lawyers, builders, municipalities — in the contentious debate over how state law is affecting the construction of new condominiums in Colorado are assessing the legal...
2014/10/13 08:18
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For the first time in more than a decade, fresh faces will be in charge of most of the sheriff's offices in the Denver metro area, ushering in a new era of law enforcement leadership in some of...
2014/10/11 09:18
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The future of "cybercafes" in Colorado grew murkier Friday after the attorney general's office issued a legal opinion concluding that the businesses are a form of illegal gambling. The opinion,...
2014/10/10 16:18
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Students in Jefferson County plan to continue their ongoing protests at a rally Saturday following a week of relative silence. Jeffco Students for Change, a conglomerate of student leaders from all...
2014/10/09 21:18
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Wheat Ridge will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Friday for Kipling Ridge, a 6.3-acre project at the southwest corner of Kipling Street and West 38th Avenue. The project will feature a new Sprouts...
2014/10/09 07:18
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In the hours and days after the shooting deaths of 12 people at the Century Aurora 16 theater, the city "did an exemplary job in helping victims and promoting community healing," concluded a report...
2014/09/29 06:18
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If you see someone pointing a video camera your way in the dead of night as you do a late-night drop-off of your election ballot this fall, you may have just come face to face with the Election...
2014/09/28 23:18
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What will it take to get the state legislature to revise a law that is suffocating the construction of condominiums in metro Denver and thus the dreams of cities that seek mixed development along...
2014/09/26 02:05
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Cathedral City Council voted unanimously to swear in John Aguilar as the fourth council member. Aguilar will fill the seat for a total of three meetings. Aguilar is on the planning commission, and...
2014/09/23 19:18
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Fly fisherman, Jimmy Schmitt, from Castle Rock casts his line fishing for trout along the South Platte near Deckers on June 06, 2014. His dog stands along the banks of the river. (Andy Cross, The...
2014/09/23 03:18
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The Colorado General Assembly tried with three bills this year to amend a law that critics say is choking off the new condominium market in Colorado and endangering the viability of high-density...
2014/09/18 23:18
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On Referendum A, which asked whether the town manager should lose the authority to ban the open carry of firearms in public buildings and parks, there were 4,749 "yes" votes and 4,595 "no"...
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