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A bill to allow Native Americans with historical ties to Colorado to receive in-state tuition passed the House Education committee by a 6-5 majority vote on Jan. 26. This is the second time the bill has been introduced by Rep. Joe Salazar, … more
Open-house meetings will take place at 6 p.m. on Feb. 10 and 11 at the Highlands Ranch Metro District Office, 62 Plaza Drive, so the community can receive updates on the C-470 Corridor project. The proposed action for the project includes the … more
The City of Centennial is accepting applications to fill openings on the Liquor Licensing Authority board. Terms are for a three-year period. Meetings take place on the first and third Thursday evening of each month at the Centennial Civic … more
Linda Olmstead is the current featured artist in the Picture Centennial program, which highlights the work of local artists at the Centennial Civic Center. Anyone interested in viewing local art may visit the Civic Center Monday through Friday 8 … more
With coyote breeding season underway, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the City of Centennial are reminding residents to take steps to protect pets from coyotes, which might perceive smaller dogs and cats to be prey. Pet owners are encouraged to … more
Colorado's congressional delegation asked the U.S. House and Senate on Jan. 28 to raise the spending limit on Denver's new veterans hospital from $800 million to $1.1 billion so the troubled project can be completed. That's only the first step … more
The results of the Arapahoe County 2014 Citizens Survey are in, and residents are happier with the performance of the county government than they were six years ago. When asked to rate the overall direction that Arapahoe County is taking in 2014, … more
Light rail is crucial to the existing and continued economic success of southeast suburban Denver, several area leaders concurred during a Jan. 27 panel discussion on the corridor's future. Six business and government leaders well-versed in the … more
When asked this week about any specific areas of concern as it pertains to the threat of wildfire, Pikes Peak District Ranger Oscar Martinez tabbed the Upper Monument Creek landscape. “We are … more
More than three years after opening its doors, the Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center is riding a growing wave of popularity and finding its niche in the regional arts community. A quick look at the figures tells the story: In 2009, when the … more
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