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www.sunshineweek.org/ It’s getting harder and more expensive to use public records to hold government officials accountable. Authorities are undermining the laws that are supposed to guarantee citizens’ right to information, turning the right … more
Student achievement is something all schools strive for, and this spring two of Jeffco’s most impacted buildings are recognized for their success in fostering a culture of achievement. Jeffco’s Peck and Stein Elementary will receive grants … more
On the heels of Governor Hickenlooper’s Colorado oil and gas task force coming out with its set of recommendations to further tighten fracking regulations, a group of anti-fracking organizations unveiled a statewide ban strategy. Known as … more
Emmy Award-winning fashion icon and Denver-based designer hosted fashion show fundraiser Goodwill En Vogue at Denver Union Station on March 5. The event featured a fashion show put on by local high school students in Goodwill Denver’s career … more
For decades, communities across Colorado and the West have engaged in a contract with the federal government. This is because many counties have large swaths of federal land within their borders in the form of BLM land, national forests, and … more
In the beginning, Caleb Larson participated in St. Baldrick’s Foundation’s shave-a-thon simply to make a difference against childhood cancer. But now, after four years of shaving his head in the nationwide effort to benefit childhood cancer … more
I don’t know about you, but I found the news coverage about the City of Englewood shutting down the city’s fire department a bit unnerving and curious. You don’t run across such a situation that often. This was not an overnight situation or … more
Elton John and Tim Rice’s musical production “Aida” comes to life on the Brighton High School stage starting this Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and continuing March 13-14 at 7 p.m. with a final show on Sunday, March 15 at 2 p.m. Cost is $10 … more
Brian Byerly always had his eye on The Brittany Hill in Thornton. And since November 2012, the experienced event planner has worked hard to transform the building into a successful Colorado venue. “I always knew with the right things done to … more
The Board of Trustees of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts has named  as its new president and chief executive officer. , who has served as both CEO and chairman of the board of trustees since 2007, will continue as chairman. Shiller … more
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