RTD’s ridership peaked three years ago, with the first eight months of 2017 seeing 5.1 percent fewer riders than the same time period in 2014.
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It could be several months before the IEC makes a final determination. Cozad is up for re-election in 2018 and is being challenged by Johnstown Mayor Scott James for the Republican ticket.
Integrating students’ interests into their school day creates a more intellectually stimulating environment.
“Parents in our charter schools have serious worries. I don’t think we (would) ever see another charter school again. — House Rep. Patrick Neville, R-Douglas County.
If you believe government must be limited, vote no on each of these ballot questions.
Rather than working with contractors to improve their performance, the FCA is used as a blunt instrument to extract large sums from their business operations.
Let’s retire this broken model and replace it with something that works both for Colorado’s taxpayers and its public servants.
In recent weeks, Douglas Schools for Douglas Kids have been mailing full color fliers spotlighting their candidates. They have now received $700,000 from pro-union groups.
Fort Collins voters should be leery of risking higher utility bills in the future based on questionable assurances about the viability of municipal broadband.
They have also gone so far to say that Douglas County would not see union spending like what Jefferson County Public Schools saw roll in during the 2015 election. Yet, that is what has happened. The only thing different from the Jeffco races is that, this time, the union contributions were disclosed just as ballots go in the mail.