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Wall-to-wall businesses and fence-to-fence homes are not in Trustee Jeff Bornstein’s vision for Monument. A resident for 15 years, he moved here from Arizona, via Austin, Texas, for the great … more
Do you know the length of the Colorado State Constitution? The newest town of Monument trustee, Jeff Smith, can tell you. He does not take his first formal role in government lightly. Prior to his … more
After 10 hours of emotional testimony from more than 100 witnesses, Colorado state representatives rejected the “death with dignity” bill, which would have allowed terminally ill patients to end their lives with the help of medical … more
The director of the veterans health care system for Denver and eastern Colorado is retiring, days after a report that a Veterans Affairs sleep clinic in Denver had a secret waiting list. Lynette Roff is stepping down, a spokesman for the VA said … more
Monument Trustee John Howe is nearing the end of his third year in office. This is his first direct immersion with government and is very happy to be involved in the town’s leadership. As the only … more
A number of members of the state House of Representatives are supporting a proposed fracking bill that will require compensation to royalty owners for the value of lost revenue not received due to local governments that elect to implement a … more
There was a fervor for gun legislation at the State Capitol last week with seven proposed measures going through House and Senate committees. Republicans and Democrats dished out party-line votes that left both groups at an impasse on many of … more
The sound of hammers, chisels and chainsaws will give way to beautifully executed ice sculptures at the 8th Annual Cripple Creek Ice Festival to be held over two weekends in February. This … more
This month, students of all grades from all over Colorado have the option of open enrollment sometimes referred to as choice enrollment. Beginning in January and running through February, schools … more
Lori Benton, Director of Assessment for Lewis-Palmer School District 38, is not at all surprised that the District has the second-highest graduation rate of any district in El Paso County. “We … more
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