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A bill that recently advanced in the state Senate would allow teachers and other public school employees who have the proper permit to carry a handgun on campus after completing safety … more
Jordan Smith, a fifth-grade student from Golden View Classical Academy in Golden, stood on the steps of the state Capitol and spoke about her school and the opportunities it provides. She said she … more
After all seven Englewood City Council members agreed to disagree and try to work in harmony, Councilmember Steve Yates said he plans to withdraw the motion that he made on Jan. 17 to replace Mayor Joe Jefferson. “I introduced the motion … more
During his election campaign, President Donald Trump spoke often about deportation plans for undocumented immigrants and keeping a close eye on the Islamic community. But after Trump’s win in November, police departments in cities like Denver … more
Sue Zloth of Castle Pines attended the Women's March on Denver side-by-side with her wife, Sue Fraley. The couple married in 2015 after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay marriage. They've been together for 27 years. “I feel like we're … more
Englewood Schools received an "accredited" rating for the first time since the Colorado Department of Education implemented the school performance framework. The latest rating continues the improvements made since the district was rated … more
Denver has started work on becoming the first city in the U.S. to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries. Voters narrowly approved the “social use” measure last November. But … more
The Englewood City Council has set dates for the first reading, public hearing and second and final reading of a proposed ordinance to change the distance limitation in its sexual offender residency restriction, which currently bars registered sex … more
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As the useful life of Englewood's three underground fuel tanks nears, the city unveiled plans to replace them with above-ground tanks at the ServiCenter. Pat White, fleet manager, explained the details of the proposal during the Jan. 17 city … more
Parents, children, residents and faculty occupied most of the available seats in the Bishop Elementary School auditorium during the Jan. 18 town hall meeting discussion about the future of the school. Englewood voters in November approved the … more
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