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Policymakers who launched a pilot program for the state to serve as guardian for individuals who have no family or friends and often end up in hospitals are scrutinizing its work, particularly following the deaths of 14 wards under its care.  Continue Reading

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The eight Republicans running for Colorado's U.S. Senate seat shared the stage for the first time on a snowy night in Fort Lupton for a mostly cordial opportunity to pitch themselves to conservative voters as the candidate best-suited to take on Sen. Michael Bennet, the two-term Democratic incumbent. Continue Reading

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Editor's note: This story has been updated with comments from Sterling Ranch, whose officials maintained that the development has no plans to get served with water from San Luis Valley, that it has no need for such water and that the community has all the water it needs. Continue Reading

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With 2022 an election year, lawmakers traditionally back off a bit from introducing controversial bills. That’s why they have approved some of the biggest measures of the past six years — oil and gas reform, Colorado option, climate change and greenhouse gas — in odd-numbered years when they… Continue Reading

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In twin actions, federal and state officials on Thursday suspended enrollment by elderly Coloradans with the state’s largest provider of community-based home health care after concluding the company failed to deliver medically necessary services to patients. Continue Reading

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Between Nov. 24 and Dec. 3, three public servants in Elbert County lost their lives to the virus. In addition to Deputy Clay Livingston, 30, Deputy Coroner William Graeff, 73, died on Nov. 24 and Elizabeth Town Council Trustee Bret Wade, 47, passed away on Nov. 28. Continue Reading

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U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse helped to defuse a high-stakes game of chicken progressive and centrist Democrats played over $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, which President Joe Biden signed Nov. 15. Multiple sources recounted how the Colorado congressman served as a bridge between his party's feuding factions and nudged the negotiators at crucial points to keep the talks from veering off course or, worse, completely collapsing.  Continue Reading