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Jeffco Clerk and Recorder Pam Anderson issued a statement last week discussing her reasoning behind the office’s decision to not issue same-sex marriage licenses. Anderson stated that a binding legal decision for Jeffco to follow has not been … more
A Jefferson County grand jury returned a 165-count indictment against a nine-member ID Theft Ring in Jeffco on Wednesday, July 9. The ring operated in the Denver area between June and November 2013. According to the indictment, members obtained … more
Beginning this fall, Adams County School District 50 will be better equipped to handle students facing expulsion or struggling with school attendance. The district was awarded a $430,000 Expelled and At-Risk Student Services, EARSS, grant from the … more
Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory has been around for years now — it celebrated its silver anniversary in 2013 — but in recent years the nonprofit has taken strides to do more outreach. Improvements made in the last few years include a new … more
When it comes to escaping the city life and taking time to relax with his fishing pole, Mitch Draker heads to the Elaine T. Valente Open Space area in Adams County. The Thornton resident visits the space regularly bringing along his fishing rod, … more
It’s hard not to notice the construction happenings at the future St. Anthony North Health Campus at 144th Avenue and Interstate 25 in Westminster. And now the community has the opportunity to check out the progress during free tours every … more
Westminster City Council wants the community’s input on budget priorities, and has launched a new online tool to help. The Backseat Budgeter is an interactive budget simulation tool that allows people to “drive” the City of Westminster General … more
A Wheat Ridge man is behind a pair of ballot initiatives that he hopes will “bring back accountability” to Colorado courtrooms. But attorney Chris Forsyth acknowledges that his effort to change how judges are elected and disciplined could be … more
Democratic Sen. Mark Udall said he was not avoiding President Barack Obama when he didn’t attend Denver events involving the president last week. Republicans mocked Udall for not attending his own fundraiser that the president headlined on July … more
The District Attorney’s Office for Adams and Broomfield Counties will hold its second annual Citizens Academy in September, offering the public an inside look into how the criminal justice system works. Participants will learn how a homicide case … more
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