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  1. Candidates give voters last glimpse before election dayRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2018 | Littleton Independent

    Eight candidates at a forum on Oct. 24 primarily discussed taxes, financial issues and growth in the county and state, but the questions that got the audience most riled dealt with gun and immigration issues. Some of the approximately 100 audience members at the Venue Theatre in Conifer needed to be quieted as candidates discussed whether gun-control measures and sanctuary cities were good for Colorado.

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  2. Jeffco residents can comment on updates to master planRead the original story

    Aug 29, 2018 | Littleton Independent

    It's not quite time to update Jefferson County's comprehensive master plan, but the county planning and zoning department is thinking ahead and including the public in the process. When it comes time to update the plan, will changes focus on a specific land use, such as housing or commercial centers? Or will there be a focus on a specific geographic area like South Plains Area Plan, which covers South Jeffco, or the Evergreen Area Community Plan or the Conifer/285 Corridor Community Plan? The comprehensive plan, an advisory document offering a vision for future development in the county, was last updated in 2010.

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  3. Leonard withdraws from HD 25 raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | Littleton Independent

    State Rep. Tim Leonard, the current incumbent and Republican nominee for House District 25, has withdrawn from the November election, citing financial constraints and family obligations associated with his divorce proceedings as factors. In a letter e-mailed to the Courier on Wednesday night, Leonard said a recent ruling from the judge overseeing his divorce proceedings forced him to shift his priorities - namely returning to working full-time in order to financially fulfill the terms of his divorce, including alimony and child support payments.

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  4. Emergency services will be unhindered by bike raceRead the original story

    Aug 2, 2018 | Littleton Independent

    Even though major roads in the mountain area will be closed for the third leg of the Colorado Classic bike race Aug. 18, and motorists will have to find alternate routes, emergency services are working with race coordinators to ensure responding to calls will be unimpeded. About 90 male cyclists will traverse through Golden, Morrison, Kittredge, Evergreen, Conifer and Indian Hills during the late morning and early afternoon on Aug. 18. Roads along the course will be closed while the race is ongoing, with approximately 15- to 30-minute closures at any given point, Todd Hageman, the race's technical director, said.

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  5. Inter-Canyon cancels electionsRead the original story

    Mar 22, 2018 | Littleton Independent

    No one submitted self-nomination forms or affidavits of intent to be a write-in candidate other than the three board members whose positions were up for re-election. Leslie Caimi, Karl Firor and Kerry Prielipp will keep their positions on Inter-Canyon's board of directors.

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  6. Francone takes over as District 3 county commissionerRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2018 | Littleton Independent

    In a formal swearing-in ceremony, Tina Francone last week officially replaced former Commissioner Don Rosier on the Jeffco Board of County Commissioners. Tina Francone gave a speech after being sworn in as Jefferson County's newest commissioner.

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  7. 19-year-old pleads guilty in March's North Turkey Creek FireRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2018 | Littleton Independent

    The 19-year-old accused of lighting Roman candles that started the North Turkey Creek Fire pleaded guilty Jan. 16 to one class-6 felony count of firing woods or prairies, according to the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office. Andrew Askins of Conifer was charged in late April with two class-4 felonies of second-degree arson in connection with lighting fireworks while Jefferson County was in a stage-2 fire ban.

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  8. Jefferson County residents participate in second annual Women's MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2018 | Littleton Independent

    Amidst a government shutdown, women, men and children from Jefferson County and across Colorado gathered Saturday for the second Women's March in downtown Denver. Though tens of thousands attended this year's event, it was smaller than last year's, which occurred the day after President Donald Trump's inauguration.

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  9. Inter-Canyon Fire approves 2018 spending planRead the original story

    Jan 17, 2018 | Columbine Courier

    Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District unanimously adopted its 2018 budget in December. The district expects to end the year with a $1.37 million fund balance less than it ended with in 2017.

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