Monument passes firearms ordinance responding to state law
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by Savannah Eller savannah.eller@gazette.com
2d ago
On Monday the town of Monument took an option outlaid in recently passed gun legislation to exempt the town government building from a weapons ban ..read more
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Fight erupts over fracking near Aurora Reservoir
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by KYLA PEARCE kyla.pearce@gazette.com
3d ago
Shortly after moving into her new home near the Aurora Reservoir, Marsha Goldsmith Kamin took a walk with her husband around the neighborhood and saw a sign that said, “Save the Aurora Reservoir ..read more
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Colorado’s 5th Congressional District: GOP slugfest, Dems competing, too | Cronin and Loevy
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by Tom Cronin and Bob Loevy
3d ago
Colorado has eight seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Colorado Springs and its suburbs have been in the 5th Congressional District ever since it was created by the state legislature in the early 1970s ..read more
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Colorado’s 5th Congressional District: GOP slugfest, Dems competing, too
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by Tom Cronin and Bob Loevy
3d ago
Colorado has eight seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Colorado Springs and its suburbs have been in the 5th Congressional District ever since it was created by the state legislature in the early 1970s ..read more
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Is a new 'Independents Day' dawning in Colorado?
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by Vince Bzdek
5d ago
A tipping point may be coming for the entire country when parties will lose their stranglehold on politics ..read more
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Wolves in Colorado can be hunted under specific conditions, says wildlife commission
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by Marianne Goodland marianne.goodland@coloradopolitics.com
6d ago
A divided Colorado Parks and Wildlife commission on Thursday voted to allow for the lethal management of wolves under certain situations, a move that ranchers in Grand and Jackson counties have sought for months ..read more
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Complaint dismissed against El Paso County commissioner candidate
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by Savannah Eller savannah.eller@gazette.com
1w ago
A campaign complaint lodged with Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold's office against David Leinweber, a candidate for the El Paso County Board of County Commissioners, has been formally dismissed ..read more
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Tucker Carlson to bring first arena tour to Colorado Springs
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by Jennifer Mulson jen.mulson@gazette.com
1w ago
Conservative political commentator and former Fox News host Tucker Carlson will bring his "Tucker Carlson Live 2024" tour to The Broadmoor World Arena Sept. 6 ..read more
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2024 Primary Election Voter Guide: Army officer faces off against teacher in Democratic primary for Congressional District 5
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by Mary Shinn mary.shinn@gazette.com
1w ago
Veteran Joe Reagan and educator River Gassen are competing for the chance to face a Republican in heavily right-leaning Congressional District 5 ..read more
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Teller County official slams posts by Colorado GOP chair Dave Williams, asks for resignation
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by Pat Hill The Gazette
1w ago
When the chair of the Colorado Republican Party Dave Williams posted a social media post excoriating the LGBTQ+ community and June as National Pride Month, the reaction was swift ..read more
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