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With Western Welcome Week right around the corner, it was opportune that Maya DeBus was in town last week to talk about her grandfather, who was a cofounder of the event and has a name synonymous with all things Littleton: Ed Bemis. “It … more
Chad Delgadillo, 29, will serve five years on probation, perform 1,000 hours of community service and pay restitution of $201,336.49 in restitution for his part in the Jan. 12 vandalism at Englewood High School. The sentence was a result of a … more
Voters will not be weighing in on hydraulic fracturing this November after all. Gov. John Hickenlooper and U.S. Rep. Jared Polis announced an 11th hour deal on Aug. 4 to create a special task force to address issues surrounding fracking - the very day that signatures to put fracking on the November ballot were due for submission to the Secretary of State's Office. more
Facing a humanitarian crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border, Congress responded last week with go-nowhere legislation that left the issue unresolved as members headed home for the summer recess. And — proving just how dicey immigration politics … more
Congress last week passed a bill aimed at reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs, an agency that has been the subject of intense scrutiny over a number of departmental failures. The $16 billion legislation would provide money for new VA … more
Colorado congressional Republicans insist that last week's vote to sue President Obama was a necessary response to “overreach” on the part of his administration. But their Democratic counterparts slammed Republicans for taking time just … more
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
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