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If you haven’t been to the Colorado gambling Mecca of Black Hawk in a few years –- maybe since the quaint notion of $5...
As foreshadowed by the $7.5 million campaign put together by Coloradoans for Community Colleges, Amendment 50 has passed. That means voters in Cripple Creek, Central City and Blackhawk will soon vote on raising the maximum bet limit in Colorado from $5 to $100, allowing casinos to stay open 24/7 and bringing in craps and roulette.
With a record 18 proposals on everything from oil and gas taxes to unions to the developmentally disabled to gambling, Colorado voters will be weighing in on the longest ballot in Colorado since 1912 — and the largest in the United States this year.
Apparently, for a group of blog-happy Christians, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.This week a group of "culturally concerned Christians" are gathering in...
Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Bentley Rayburn is, according to a headline in the Denver Post last week, jumping into the race to take...