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Colorado’s congressional delegation offered various responses to President Barack Obama’s prime time address on Sept. 10, where he laid out a plan to defeat Islamic terrorists. It’s an issue that had already been playing out in the … more
The number of children sickened by Enterovirus D-68 is very high in Colorado right now, and while District 50 has not had a major outbreak parents need to know basic information about the virus and how to avoid getting sick. Even though the … more
Plans are now under way to honor 1993 Westminster High School graduate, Sergeant First Class Matthew Leggett, who was killed last month while serving his country in Afghanistan. His name will be added to a commemorative plaque at District 50 … more
Six Holy Family High School students are among 16,000 students chosen as semifinalists in the 60th Annual National Merit Scholarship Program. The Semifinalists are Noemi Banda, Benjamin Beatty, Austin Brown, Luke Napierkowski, Stephen Spink, and … more
Running for the first time as Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder Michael Snow is outspoken about his defense for the right to vote in fair and honest elections. As a board member of the Colorado Common Cause for the last five years, a nonprofit … more
An Arvada woman who attempted to travel to the Middle East to aid a terrorist group pleaded guilty to a terrorism charge in Denver federal court. Shannon Conley, 19, was arrested in April at Denver International Airport, after she attempted to … more
Brigitte Grimm is seeking a second term as Adams County treasurer. When she began her first term in 2010, she brought with her an MBA in accounting and finance and a bachelor’s degree in business information systems, in addition to numerous years … more
Less than two months away from the November elections, candidates are appearing at numerous public events to shake hands with voters. Homeowners associations and groups, along with politically active nonpartisan organizations are coming together … more
Education is for life. For State Board of Education candidate, Jane Goff, the statement is decidedly true. “I'm born, raised and educated here in Colorado,” she said, “This is my passion, education, and I've spent my life dedicated to … more
Around four billion years ago, our neighboring planet Mars, didn't look that different from Earth. Surrounded by a thick atmosphere — oceans of water, lake beds and river channels once interconnected across the rusty, desert terrain that now … more
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