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A bill that would have eliminated training requirements and permits for concealed carry of firearms was defeated by the House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee March 7 by a 5-4 vote. Senate Bill 16-017 was sponsored by state Sen. Tim … more
Applications will be accepted through March 20 from college-bound Colorado high school seniors who “embrace creative risk-taking and demonstrate the courage to go against the grain of every day,” according to information from the Museum of … more
Gina Rea, 23, has skated with Special Olympics of Colorado since she was 8 years old. “She looks forward to it all the time,” said her father, Tim. “And she's competitive — she wants to win.” Rea, of Littleton, was one of 30 athletes … more
"Strong Sisters," a documentary directed by two Centennial residents, sheds light on 70 elected women in Colorado through personal accounts and an archive of photographs. One of the subjects is 96-year-old Laura Miller, who served in the Colorado … more
All the works of various styles and subjects that make up the annual student art show now fill most available spaces at the Englewood Public Library. A reception for the young artists was held March 3 to open the month-long exhibit displaying the … more
The grassroots effort to ban photo radar and red-light cameras in Sheridan took another step March 4 when Paul Houston delivered the ballot initiatives to the clerk's office. “This was a shoe-leather campaign as we went door to door to collect … more
Smiles on the faces of the Nicaraguan students expressed their appreciation, and school staff called it a blessing as volunteers delivered donations of sports equipment to four schools in northern Nicaragua. Basketballs donated by Englewood High … more
A man accused of crashing his pickup into an Englewood house last month had his driver's license revoked for being a habitual traffic offender and was driving without insurance, according to a police report. Dennis Cunningham, 54, of Englewood, … more
For years, Amy DeValk and her family avoided using single-serving coffee pods. But eventually, convenience and variety won out. “We use coffee pods at home,” said DeValk, who lives in Highlands Ranch. “We resisted for a long time because of … more
Littleton resident and Bernie Sanders supporter Mary Grushka, like many Colorado voters, is unhappy with the state’s caucus system. Grushka, who was selected, along with her son Tom, as a delegate representing Arapahoe County Precinct 175 for … more
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