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Transactions for week of March 5 - 11, 2012

By Staff

ADDRESS-SOLD PRICE-DAYS ON THE MARKET-TYPE-SQUARE FOOTAGE City 2853 Mason Drive $179,900 97 Single Family 1500 2012 Seventh St. $100,000 138 Single Family 1880 Clifton 451 1/2 Cottonwood Lake Drive $96,000 42 Single Family 1248 512 ...

Realtor news

By Staff

Several broker associates earned top honors at the RE/MAX 4000 annual breakfast celebrating its efforts for 2011. Many associates were recognized by RE/MAX International. headquartered in Denver. “Our agents deliver exceptional service ...

Schools to stop counting students on holy days

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado schools will stop taking official student enrollment counts on religious holidays. Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill Thursday that would cover Jewish and Muslim holidays so those students get counted for school ...


Relocation key for companies?

By Penny Stine

Commercial real estate activity can be a positive sign in uncertain economic times, especially when companies choose to expand, relocate or position themselves for greater success in the future. In the past few months, several companies have ...

Boy rescued after falling into a hole in Boulder park

By The Associated Press

BOULDER — A 5-year-old boy is safe after rescuers pulled him from a narrow hole at a Boulder park. Rescuers say the hole was only about 4 feet deep, but it was only a foot wide and had the boy pinned. According to the Boulder Daily ...


Cycling race returns to downtown GJ

By Amy Hamilton

The sound comes on like a swarm of bees at first. It starts with the distinctive hum of dozens of finely tuned, airy, light, wheels spinning fast. In seconds, the cyclists appear, decked out in a peacock range of colors as they jockey for ...

Colorado adults ace health rankings

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Colorado adults can be proud of their scores on the 2011 Colorado Health Report Card. Their children have less to boast about. The Centennial State ranked first in the nation last year for lowest portion of obese adults and highest portion ...

Feds to work with Colorado on roadless measures

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The U.S.  Forest Service will work with Colorado officials to craft a state-specific roadless rule, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Thursday. “We will continue to work with Colorado on its own roadless rule” similar to ...


Fans of novel hunger for taste of dark movie

By Rachel Sauer

OK, maybe it wasn’t exactly like being shoved into an arena with 23 other children in a fight to the death, but still: Sitting outside at 4 a.m. in the cold and dark? That’s rough. So, Tiria Griffith, 19, and her dog, Shema, ...

Trooper’s trial delayed

By Paul Shockley

District Judge Richard Gurley granted a request Wednesday to delay the trial of a Colorado State Patrol trooper charged in the 2010 death of Redlands resident Jason Kemp. State Patrol Cpl. Kirk Firko, who was scheduled for trial starting ...

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