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Say what you will about Facebook: It’s too time consuming. It’s too hard to keep up. It’s boring to read about cats/kids/cooking again. It’s clear that everyone else is having a better time than you are. It’s exhausting. I’ve written … more
243,369 —Total registered voters 71,469 — Number of ballots cast 29.37 — Percentage of voter turnout 1,000 — Ballots left to count, in addition to a number of ballots sent from overseas or from military, which is not estimated. … more
Adam Dorey, 36, joined the Army in October 2001 as a staff sergeant and served two tours of duty in Iraq. Now living in Morrison, he earned about 10 medals and commendations, including a Bronze Star, two Army Commendation and a Good Conduct … more
Westminster Sergeant E-5, U.S. Army, 1970-73 In his words: “I was stationed on Okinawa for 18 months, serving on the general staff. My section worked with the Reversion Control Commission, writing the military portion of the actual treaty … more
The best way to treat a patient is to see them as a whole person — not just physically, but their mental health as well. The Jefferson Center for Mental Health has been a pioneer in this approach with its Union Square Home diversion project, … more
A new era of development surrounding Denver International Airport has been approved by voters of Adams and Denver counties with the passage of 1A. The two-county ballot measure passed by a wide margin. Early returns had the measure passing by … more
Christmas can be complicated, even in the smallest of towns. Just ask the denizens of Tuna, Texas, who face the usual holiday stresses, as well as a mysterious villan who wants to ruin the annual Christmas yard display contest into … more
“Day cares and schools tend to be like little disease petri dishes,” Gablehouse said. “By far and away, hand washing is proven again and again to be the most effective way to prevent illness.” These infections, transferred through the … more
After years of falling behind its counterparts in other counties because of declining budgets, the Jefferson County Public Library system can soon start catching up, thanks to voters’ approval of a property tax increase. The results prove that … more
It was business as usual for the divided Jefferson County Board of Education Nov. 5, quarrelling among itself about policy violations, compensation decisions and boardroom etiquette. By the end, the roughly 300 audience members exclaimed and … more
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