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A political organization created to fight anti-oil and gas ballot measures in Colorado has raised more than $6 million in the first quarter of 2016. It shows an industry preparing for a potential battle this fall against a much less well-funded … more
On a high-90s day well-suited for cooling off in any form, the old mantra “a little dirt never hurt anyone” proved particularly true for the more than 500 players who came out to Northglenn’s annual Mudapalooza volleyball tournament. Dirty … more
Music and art lovers were out in droves for Historic Westminster’s annual festival. “We were very happy with the attendance,” said one of the festival’s organizers, Michele Trujillo, who along with her husband is owner of Mi Vida Strings … more
Congressman Ed Perlmutter has introduced legislation that would allow legal action against corporate corruption. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, introduced by the congressman last week, would give individuals and companies the ability to take … more
I will try not to dwell on this subject too much since you may be thinking the same thing, or have already heard it enough from others over the past several weeks and months. Still, it bears repeating: Is this the best American democracy can produce? more
Clad in a turquoise jacket and bicycle pants and wearing a helmet, 90-year-old Gerald Hadduck can be seen riding on the trails adjacent to the 27-acre campus of Covenant Village of Colorado. On average, he rides 10-12 miles per day during the warm … more
The notion of “corporate personhood” has been promoted for more than a century by judicial activists, encompassing such decisions as Citizens United vs. FEC. The 2015 paper, “Corporate Power Ratchet: The Courts’ Role in Eroding `We the … more
Finally, some warm weather! The hummingbirds are back, and flowers and trees are bursting with colorful fragrant blooms. Not only does the warm weather set the stage for our favorite Colorado outdoor activities like hiking, swimming, golf, cycling … more
Knights, tavern wenches, jesters, pirates, fairies and royalty mingled June 11 and 12 at the opening weekend of the 40th anniversary celebration of Colorado Renaissance Festival in Larkspur. Inside the castler walls, sword fights were taking over … more
The Community Reach Center is seeking residents ages 50 and up who enjoy the company of older adults to serve as peer counselors for the center’s Senior Reach program. Senior Reach is a community program that identifies older adults who may … more
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