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The board reviewed policies GP-13 and GP-14, which address both the board’s role on committee structures and board member violations. The board voted on GP-13, approving a motion to have board members attend meetings, but not be part of the … more
Travis Sandlin, a registered sex offender, escaped from the Jefferson County Jail early Monday morning. The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office reported he may have been involved in a vehicle theft, a 2012 … more
The hike was very intimidating, hardworking, and very good for the muscles. It is one that took time to complete but was worthwhile for the adventure and the view. This trip took us to (almost) the top of Mount Princeton. With good spirits, … more
Colorado is home to some of the most active residents in the nation. While that's a benefit for most, the mountainous locations can make for a tricky situation if someone needs medical help. After years of fundraising Flight For Life Colorado, … more
Five words that do not normally go together when talking about a government-backed project are: On time and under budget. But that feat was what state officials were hailing on Oct. 2 as part of a ceremony to mark the reopening of the Capitol … more
Jefferson County Board of Education's board majority — John Newkirk, Julie Williams and Ken Witt — voted to revamp the district’s current curriculum review practices Thursday, Oct. 2. “I’m … more
In a 3-2 vote by the Jeffco Board of Education, the curriculum review committee was approved as proposed by Superintendent Dan McMinimee. more
Politicians typically do not make news by shaking hands - after all, it's what politicians do. But during a Sept. 30 gubernatorial debate, an unexpected and awkward handshake between Gov. John Hickenlooper and former Congressman Bob Beauprez forged a rare political agreement on civility. more
A lively 6th Congressional District debate on Sept. 23 resulted in some testy exchanges between two candidates locked in a tight race less than a month before voters begin receiving ballots in the mail. Republican Congressman Mike Coffman and … more
Taking action in her campaign, Colorado State School Board Candidate, Laura Boggs says now is the time to focus on education. “We need to get focused and we need to start to act,” she said. A former member of the Jefferson County School … more
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