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District 51 school board candidate John Williams

By Staff

Q: Why are you the best candidate to represent your district on the board? A: I am fortunate to be the only candidate in District C, which makes me the best candidate. It also frees me up to spend time communicating about the bond and mill ...


Bennet asks feds to pay counties drilling royalties

By Gary Harmon

The federal government should move quickly to pay millions of dollars to four northwest Colorado counties, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., wrote to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. Bennet’s letter follows up on a decision this summer ...


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District 51 Board of Education candidate, District D, Tom Parrish

By Staff

Q: Why are you the best candidate to represent your district on the board? A: I bring experience, passion and a belief in the power of public education to affect the lives and future of our community’s children. I strongly believe a ...


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District 51 Board of Education candidate, District D, Dusti Reimer

By Staff

Q: Why are you the best candidate to represent your district on the board? A: With three young children, our family is just now wading into the waters of education and exploring what’s best for our kids. As a member of the Board of ...


Amy Davis backs bond measures

By Staff

Q: Why are you the best candidate to represent your district on the board? A: I bring a voice from outside of the school system, which will add balance and independent thinking to the school board. Additionally, I offer a diverse skill set. ...


Thomas Keenan cites 
experience in schools

By Staff

Q: Why are you the best candidate to represent your district on the board? A: I believe my 20 years teaching, 10 years as career coordinator, 10 years as an agency builder in the financial industry and owner of my own business since the 1970s ...


Pot industry to hold political fundraiser for party in opposition

By Charles Ashby

All the progress that legalized marijuana has made in Colorado is nothing compared to what is about to happen on Wednesday. That’s when the marijuana industry will hold a political fundraiser for Republicans, many of whom opposed the ...


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Legislative contests coming into focus

By Charles Ashby

Legislative races still are more than a year away, but that hasn’t stopped some legislators from announcing plans for re-election. Locally, Sen. Ray Scott has not yet said what he will do. Last year, the Grand Junction Republican ...


Special session kicks off with partisan flair

By Charles Ashby

Though many didn’t want to be there, state lawmakers met for a special session in Denver on Monday to address an error they made during this year’s regular session. Senate Republicans, however, wanted nothing to do with it. The ...


Pols squabble before special session even starts

By Charles Ashby

What will happen Monday morning when the Colorado Legislature convenes for a special session is anybody’s guess. While Democrats are saying the special session is needed for a very easy fix that shouldn’t take long to do, ...


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