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The League of Women Voters held a well-attended forum at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce in Centennial on Oct. 15, with panelists representing both sides of each of the four statewide ballot issues. Voters will decide the fates of … more
The government's response to the Ebola virus became a new focal point in Colorado's U.S. Senate race last week. During an Oct. 15 debate in Denver, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and his Republican challenger, Congressman Cory Gardner, sparred over … more
Right now, there are a few things for Mark Udall to worry about. Recent public polling has indicated a coalescing of majority support for the Democratic senator's challenger to his re-election bid, Republican Congressman Cory Gardner. Then … more
With ballots now having been mailed to every registered voter in Colorado, political campaigns and advocacy groups are ramping up efforts aimed at mobilizing a coveted voting bloc — Latinos. Democratic leaders last week urged Latino voters to … more
With news about controversial police shootings coming from around the country lately, local authorities took time recently to showcase the Highlands Ranch Law Enforcement Training Facility. “There's been big news in law enforcement lately,” … more
One candidate is the husband of a strip club owner who has been endorsed by Snoop Dogg. Another is a faith-driven ballet dancer.​ They make up half of the field of lesser-known gubernatorial … more
Development plans for 201 Englewood Parkway cleared a hurdle Oct. 13 when the city council gave consensus approval to proceed with the process to approve encroachment into the right-of-way for balconies and a canopy. The company, Bannock Club, … more
Hours after the Supreme Court paved the way for gay marriage in more than a dozen states, including Colorado, the phones started ringing. Wedding coordinators, flower shops and cake-makers began preparing for the anticipated influx of ceremonies … more
Thanks to Douglas County-based Project ReCycle, more than 4,500 children are riding bicycles they otherwise could not afford. Nonprofit director AJ Stapleton hopes the program brings some joy into the lives of those struggling with economic … more
Nancy Sharpe Residence: Greenwood Village Party: Republican Occupation: Arapahoe County Commissioner, District 2 Background: I have been an Arapahoe County Commissioner for four years. Before that, I was on the city council and mayor of Greenwood Village and worked in the private sector for 30 years. more
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