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Denver school board race opens up as Rosemary Rodriguez says she...

Denver school board member Rosemary Rodriguez said Wednesday that she is not running for re-election, putting her southwest Denver seat up for grabs in...

How Denver Public Schools is assuring immigrant families that their children...

As fears spread in immigrant communities about enforcement crackdowns, Denver Public Schools officials took extra steps last week to assure families that the district...

Denver Public Schools slammed for minority contracting practices

Having carefully crafted the optics around the $572 million bond issue it’s urging voters to pass in November, Denver Public Schools features on its...

Denver Board of Ed races: Deeply political, charged and spendy

Candidates in the Denver Board of Education races filed campaign finance reports Tuesday. The "reform" candidates are winning the money war.

VIDEO: Flash mob sounds requiem for farms

A death knell was sounded for local farmers Saturday as activists used flash mob tactics to draw attention to the possible defunding of programs helping small and mid-size farms in the proposed federal budget.

UPDATED: Colorado secretary of state: The most exciting thing ever

UPDATE: The governor's office announced Tuesday afternoon that state Sen. Ken Gordon and Reps. Andrew Romanoff and Bernie Buescher have made the final cut. According to Ritter spokesman Wil Alston, the governor hopes to have a final decision in early January.

Want to be Colorado’s next secretary of state? Don’t embarrass Ritter

Did you ever want to be a Secretary of State, overseeing elections and licensing and all the things that Secretary of States do? Well, your lucky day may be Monday, which is the deadline to apply for consideration to become Colorado’s next Secretary of State. And — this part is important — you must also correctly be able to successfully answer this question, which is actually on the application: "Is there anything in your background that might be an embarrassment to the Governor or you if it were to become public?"

Election in Progress for Fate of DEC

Denver is abuzz with speculation about the 2008 elections. Udall, McInnis for Senate? Tancredo for president? With all the announcements and gossip, it's easy...
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