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Settlement checks have been mailed to residents who were impacted by the Lower North Fork Fire — two years after 22 homes were destroyed during a state-prescribed burn gone bad. Bipartisan legislation that passed the General Assembly this year … more
A national debate over proposed new clean-air rules swept through Denver last week, resulting in a values clash of job security and environmental protection that attracted visitors from the around the country. Denver was one of four cities chosen … more
High heels, ties knotted tight, cell phones set to silent mode. Polite conversation permeates the room. Business cards are dealt with a smile. Eggs, bacon, breakfast burritos. Captains of industry sip coffee. They’re juiced. They are … more
The faces of chambers of commerce, quite literally, are changing. At least four metro-area chambers have had their top official step down so far in 2014. Several other area chambers, including the ones in Arvada, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree and … more
Englewood continues to benefit from increased revenue collections, city finance director Frank Gryglewicz told the city council at the July 21 study session. “We have seen revenue collection increases for 22 of the last 24 months,” he said. … more
December marks the start of the Malley Senior Recreation Center's winter session and, for the first time in center history, individuals using the facilities will be required to pay a fee. Joyce Musgrove, center program supervisor, explained the … more
It seemed especially fitting that “Ave Maria” was the featured solo performed during Mary Bradford's memorial service, as she was, indeed, full of grace. “She was motivated and invigorated by people in a big way, and yes, Mom was a social … more
As a seemingly non-stop wave of court rulings that favor marriage equality continues to make headlines, it has come as no surprise that Democrats have been quick to praise decisions that are moving Colorado closer to the reality of same-sex … more
A recent court decision on hydraulic fracturing is leaving supporters of the big-money drilling practice hopeful that the momentum of the contentious debate is now in their favor. A Boulder County District Court judge on July 24 struck down … more
Representatives of General Growth Properties provided some anxiously awaited details about the company's request for the town of Bow Mar to annex Southwest Plaza during an open house at the mall on … more
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