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Just talking about the opportunity help a business grow can bring tears to Angela Habben’s eyes, the new Metro North Chamber of Commerce CEO. She admits she’s somewhat emotional about the topic, but to her it’s her passion for people that … more
We are pleased with an impressive collection of candidates running for Adams County board of commissioners, which is expanding to five seats. The winners of three seats will join incumbent Democrats Eva Henry, District 1, and Charles “Char” … more
What a surprise it was last week to read the editorial in the Denver Post endorsing Corey Gardner for U.S. Senate, over his opponent Mark Udall. I’m a big fan of Mark but I do think he was dwelling too much on women’s issues and not enough on … more
A knock-down, drag-out affair in Pueblo between Sen. Mark Udall and Congressman Cory Gardner on Oct. 9 could have easily been promoted on the venue’s marquee as the Steel City Smackdown. Buoyed — and sometimes booed — by a rowdy audience, … more
Adams 50 School District is putting its needs on the line and those of us who live in the school district are being asked to respond favorably. Voters will be deciding whether to authorize a $20 million bond issue and a mill levy override of $2.5 … more
A televised debate on Oct. 6 laid out arguments for and against the statewide ballot questions that Colorado voters will begin deciding on this month. The debate, sponsored by KUSA-TV, allowed advocates to argue their positions on the four ballot … more
Last March, I reminded my readers of one of my favorite movie lines: “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem!” (Slightly edited to remain family friendly.) This line, from “Die Hard,” is a constant reminder that … more
The Colorado Supreme Court decided not to hear a case against Cynthia Martinez, Democratic candidate for Adams County clerk and recorder, which questioned her residency and eligibility to run for office. Her opponent, Republican Stan Martin, … more
After hearing the news on the drive into her Westminster office Oct. 6, Rebecca Brinkman raced to her desk to hurriedly type an email. “Will you still marry me?” She had asked the question before to the love of her life over the course of … more
Rebecca Brinkman and Margaret Burd of Thornton filed the first lawsuit in the state challenging the ban on same-gender marriage. They filed the suit nearly a year ago, right after the Adams County Clerk and Recorder office denied their … more
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