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While the directors of South Suburban Parks and Recreation District didn't say during their July 23 board meeting that they were positively going to ask the voters for money in November, they definitely and unanimously didn't say they weren't, … more
It seemed especially fitting that “Ave Maria” was the featured solo performed during Mary Bradford's memorial service, as she was, indeed, full of grace. “She was motivated and invigorated by people in a big way, and yes, Mom was a social … more
After nearly four decades in the fire service, chief Dan Qualman will retire from the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority. Qualman spent 28 years at the helm of the Parker Fire District and South Metro Fire Rescue Authority, the agency with which … more
The council considers Centennial to be a “business-friendly city,” and a new resolution will benefit loyal, long-term businesses and could attract more companies to open shop there. At a July 21 city council meeting, a motion carried that … more
As a seemingly non-stop wave of court rulings that favor marriage equality continues to make headlines, it has come as no surprise that Democrats have been quick to praise decisions that are moving Colorado closer to the reality of same-sex … more
A recent court decision on hydraulic fracturing is leaving supporters of the big-money drilling practice hopeful that the momentum of the contentious debate is now in their favor. A Boulder County District Court judge on July 24 struck down … more
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made no apologies for having previously called Colorado's "quality of life" into question for its voter-approved marijuana legalization, during a July 23 visit … more
The website provides leasing information and plans are for tenants to move in sometime in August even though the whine of power tools and the sound of hammers testify to the fact the future Kent Place luxury apartment complex remains a construction … more
The U.S. House on July 16 passed a measure meant to block penalties on banks that provide financial services for marijuana businesses. A bipartisan amendment to the annual Financial Services appropriations bill prevents the Treasury Department … more
The Colorado Supreme Court on July 18 ordered clerks in Adams and Denver counties to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the latest development in an ongoing court battle over gay marriage that is being fought on several … more
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