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The vice president of a company that sent regular Colorado driver's licenses to illegal immigrants says they has a plan to fix it. More than 500 people received the incorrect licenses after they applied for Colorado's new non-citizen licenses.
Flash floods devastated many homes and businesses in the community. Volunteers throughout the Pikes Peak region are honoring the strength of those affected by the floods.
Petro Chan, left, and Ron Boog, employees of Walsh Construction, shovel concrete Friday to anchor a post for a gate across the St. Vrain Greenway path at Boston Avenue and the St. Vrain River.
As Laura Speer looked around Riverside Park, it was hard to hold back the tears. One year ago, the floods that swept through the state submerged the park and surrounding community.
Mead was appointed to the post by Association Chair Gov. John Hickenlooper of Colorado and Vice Chair Gov. Gary Herbert of Utah. The association's Natural Resources Committee oversees issues related to agriculture, energy, the environment and natural resources.
Fremont County Commissioner Tim Payne points out items to Gov. John Hickenlooper on Friday at the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park. Places, such as the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park will help tourism in the entire state, Gov. John Hickenlooper said after he spoke Friday at the park.
Third party candidates have long had a disadvantage in getting recognized in races in the United States. They are often excluded from debates, their rights to run are often challenged by the two party hegemony, and voters are often uninformed or misinformed about what it is they stand for.
Earlier this week, when Governor John Hickenlooper announced the names of the nineteen people selected for a special oil and gas task force intended to address fracking-related land use and health issues across the state, he boasted of the group's "balanced and informed representation." It was as if he was introducing one of those ethnically diverse platoons from old War War II movies: the Italian from the Bronx, the Polish kid from Chicago, the hillbilly from Georgia, the farm boy from Ohio, the Navajo scout, the cigar-chomping noncom from Anytown, USA.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is visiting recent flood and fire sites to see how they're recovering from the natural disasters. Hickenlooper stopped first in Canon City, where the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park was damaged by a wildfire last year.
Republican Doug Ducey is one point ahead of Democrat Fred DuVal in Arizona. Better than the alternative, but you'd like to see the GOP candidate build a lead in a red state like that.
This cool and rainy day brings to mind the pouring rains of one year ago that caused the devastating 2013 floods, one of the largest natural disasters in our state's history. Colorado has come a long way in the year since the flooding.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper's race against Republican Bob Beauprez was too close to call in a new Denver Post poll in which voters indicated they were still getting familiar with the challenger. + Our senatorial poll showed that Sen. Mark Udall retained his lead over challenger Rep. Cory Gardner, but the race could go "either way."
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper's race against Republican Bob Beauprez was too close to call in a new Denver Post poll in which voters indicated they were still getting familiar with the challenger. Forty-five percent supported Hickenlooper and 43 percent supported Beauprez among likely voters polled this week by SurveyUSA.
The University of Northern Colorado Student Senate is moving forward with its scheduled gubernatorial debate despite two polls released Monday that show just how little voters care about the candidates that will participate. Neither Republican challenger Bob Beauprez or Gov. John Hickenlooper, the incumbent Democrat, are planning to join in UNC's debate, said Adam Gardner, UNC's Student Senate director of student affairs.
Federal and state criminal investigators have joined a wide-ranging probe of El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa and his office, The Denver Post has learned. Agents with the FBI and Colorado Bureau of Investigations are providing help to Dan May, the district attorney in Colorado Springs, according to CBI spokeswoman Susan Medina.
The Second Annual Moonbeam Harvest, a culinary affair to raise funds and awareness for quality early-childhood education, will be held on the Clayton campus from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight. At Moonbeam Harves, you can mingle with some of Denver's top chefs while sipping handcrafted cocktails.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 05:34 am
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