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When she was 2 years old, Claudia Hurtado and her sister were taken across the border with people she didn’t know. Separately, her parents crossed from Mexico to Texas, and there, met the people with their children, before coming to Denver to … more
Daniel Hyde use to be an avid mountain biker, but he now prefers road biking. He logs between 1,500 and 2,000 miles a year and hits the pavement throughout the Denver metro, he said. His biggest annual venture is a 250-mile, three-day ride that he … more
Community engagement, the state of Arvada roads, smart growth and concerns over urban renewal are topics that come up multiple times when talking to the five candidates running for Arvada City Council’s at-large seat in the November election. The … more
Leaders and members of Lakewood's Rocky Mountain Islamic Center are taking a series of threatening and offensive phone calls received early on June 5 and 6 very seriously, especially in light of an … more
The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless filed an injunction to the U.S. District Court of Colorado on July 25 to temporarily blocks the sale of 59 acres of federally owned land at the Denver Federal … more
In a more than four hour administrative hearing on Sept. 7, lawyers both for and against the validity of an initiative to place a 1 percent annual limit on residential growth and return decisions on … more
Lakewood's ballot initiative to limit residential growth cleared its legal challenge Monday, and is again on track to appear on this November's ballot. City Clerk, Margy Greer ruled the initiative to put a 1 percent annual limit on residential growth and return decisions on large multifamily projects to city council received sufficient signatures in the proper way. more
As a Marine, Col. Don Davis has been all over the world. “There are few places as beautiful as Colorado,” he said. “The opportunity to continue to serve my country and community in such a beautiful place was too good an opportunity not to … more
One of the biggest questions for any city government is: What do the members of the community want for their city and its future? There are many ways to gather this information — everything from surveys and open houses to knocking on doors and … more
A nearly seven hour meeting on June 27 concluded in a yes vote from all three Jefferson County commissioners to continue to accept federal money for affordable housing. The monies in consideration … more
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