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The hotels and motels along West Colfax Avenue have never been just a place to stop during the night for travelers. They also — for years — have served as temporary roofs for homeless people who can afford staying a night or two. Wheat Ridge … more
New and expecting moms throughout the Colorado now have access to free, safe place for babies to sleep with the Colorado launch of the baby box. The Baby Box Co., the company behind the global initiative to equip expecting families with vital … more
To conduct a nationwide search for a new superintendent in 2014, Jefferson County Public Schools hired consulting company Ray & Associates. The firm notified hundreds of potential candidates and received more than 60 applications, then used feedback … more
State lawmakers were counting their wins and losses in the days after the conclusion of the legislative session. Colorado Community Media talked to a couple of high-ranking state representatives, a Democrat and a Republican, for perspective on … more
Local election officials are reporting that a federal commission’s request for personal voter information has spurred more than 3,000 Colorado voters, more than 2,000 of those in the Denver metro area alone, to withdraw their voter registration … more
State lawmakers are pushing to get a sales tax increase in front of voters this November to fund transportation infrastructure improvements. But while House Bill 17-1242 has widespread support among Democrats, who ensured its passage in the House, … more
A common concern about online schools is whether students get the same opportunities to socialize as their peers in traditional ones. But they showed they can have just as much fun when students from four online schools recently enjoyed the … more
There was a time, not all that long ago, when the idea of a concert going all night wouldn't give me anxiety about getting enough sleep for work the next day, and the idea of jumping around with a bunch of strangers wouldn't make me tired hours … more
In the middle of the night, Cheryl Matthews, a Larkspur resident, woke up to the sound of her dogs “barking like crazy.” While expecting to see a raccoon, she looked outside and saw a black bear tearing down her bird feeders and proceeding to do … more
The crowd and balloons caused many drivers to slow down to check out what was going on May 4 during the ribbon-cutting ceremonies at the new Rite Aid location at U.S. Highway 285 and South Clarkson Street. The ribbon cutting was a big event for … more
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