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Both Cynthia Coffman and Don Quick say their positions on how to handle gay-marriage court battles are in the best interest of same-sex couples who are seeking nuptials. The two candidates for attorney general discussed gay marriage and other … more
Two candidates with good name recognition are seeking a job as part of a down-ticket ballot race that isn't getting the same kind of attention as other statewide contests. “It doesn't get talked about compared to the congressional races, but … more
Chris Perry grew up working in his father's Houston butcher shop, which “Butcher Bob” Perry opened in 1979. The establishment specialized in quality beef and customer service, concepts Chris — now CEO of Perry's Restaurants — still … more
Preparation breeds confidence during an emergency. Preparedness requires training. For that reason, Douglas County will host an emergency evacuation training Sept. 27 in the Ponderosa Hills subdivision in unincorporated northeast Douglas County. … more
Parents who describe their experience with Parker Core Knowledge use the same words and phrases — sense of family, core virtues, discipline and love. Those whose children have graduated from the Parker school express a shared sentiment: Theirs is … more
A new shuttle service that debuted in Lone Tree Sept. 10 aims to help cut down on vehicular traffic and promote the use of light rail, even as it increases foot traffic at restaurants and shops. The Lone Tree Link is a free shuttle designed for … more
Enterovirus is a more than 50-year-old infection getting new life in 2014. Like the virus itself, the best way to curb its transmission hasn't changed. “The way to prevent it is the same way we say to prevent viruses every year: hand washing … more
Fire roared from the crashed plane just off of the runway at Centennial Airport. Fire trucks and ambulances surrounded the site of the accident, spraying water and foam to quell the flames and burning debris. Smoke billowed out from inside as … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Sept. 9 announced the formation of a task force that will be charged with finding legislative solutions to issues surrounding hydraulic fracturing. The 19-person commission is made up a broad cross-section of members … more
Colorado's congressional delegation offered various responses to President Obama's prime time address on Sept. 10, where he laid out a plan to defeat Islamic terrorists. It's an issue that had already been playing out in the state's U.S. Senate … more
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