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Rep. Patrick Neville right and his father Sen. Tim Neville pose with kids touring the State Capitol during the last session. Representative Neville is concerned about the kids in his district if a union-backed slate of candidates are elected to the school board.

Douglas County House Rep. Patrick Neville shares concerns with school board outcome

“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.

By Sherrie Peif · October 25, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Education, Elections, Exclusives, Featured, Sherrie Peif, Top News
Weld elected officials: County Commissioners need the oversight, vote NO on 1A

Weld elected officials: County Commissioners need the oversight, vote NO on 1A

“If it’s broke, fix it. Give them a budget. Give them an attorney. Let them be able to do their job, and if it doesn’t work after that, then take it to the voters. But right now, (the commissioners) are just wasting our money.” — Beau Woodcock, Mayor of Johnstown.

By Sherrie Peif · September 28, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Elections, Exclusives, Featured, Sherrie Peif, Weld County
RTD faces big cuts following Senate Bill 267 drafting error; special districts to lose millions in revenue

RTD faces big cuts following Senate Bill 267 drafting error; special districts to lose millions in revenue

“It’s a good reason why tax increases and debt measures like this should go to the voters where they get vetted in public,” Menten said.

By Sherrie Peif · July 7, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · debt, Denver, Exclusives, Featured, Gold Dome, Sherrie Peif, TABOR, Taxes, Top News, Transit, Transportation

Sen. Ray Scott responds to latest Sentinel column; Publisher compares Scott to Assad

And he’s arguing about fake news?” Scott said. “Where he even came up with this stuff, I have no idea. It was kind of like a rambling manifesto about himself and how great he is that he saved the taxpayers money.”

By Sherrie Peif · April 25, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Exclusives, Featured, Gold Dome, Media, Open Records, Sherrie Peif, Uncategorized
Senate Republicans pushing to save Capone the dog

Senate Republicans pushing to save Capone the dog

“Free Capone! Save Capone! Some people may think it’s kind of a fun thing, but when government tears apart a family — I mean, that’s these people’s family. It’s so unnecessary.” — Sen. Tim Neville

By Sherrie Peif · March 18, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Civil Liberties, Exclusives, Featured, Gold Dome, Sherrie Peif
Fundraising email from CU regent tiptoes along ethical lines

Fundraising email from CU regent tiptoes along ethical lines

“…I still need another $50,000 to run the kind of advertising program I’d like. Again this is an under-the-radar fundraising effort because we don’t want the other camp to find out that we are doing an Independent Expenditure.”

By Todd Shepherd · November 3, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Elections, Exclusives, Gold Dome, Higher Education, Legal, Open Records, Politics

Weld Commissioners conducting ex-parte meetings against advice of attorney

Xcel to Kirkmeyer: ‘Is there any way to meet with you or the other commissioners on a more regular basis besides public meetings.’

By Sherrie Peif · October 17, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Exclusives, Sherrie Peif, Uncategorized, Weld County
Amendment 71 Fails To Clear Its Own Bar

Amendment 71 Fails To Clear Its Own Bar

“…There were four districts that fell far short, and two others that missed by a good deal, so it’s virtually certain that they came up short in at least one of those districts, if not more,” Caldara said.

By Complete Colorado · October 6, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Constitutional Law, Elections, Exclusives, Gold Dome, Politics
Paul Combetta may have stayed tethered to Clintons through legal reimbursements

Paul Combetta may have stayed tethered to Clintons through legal reimbursements

The invoice raises the question of how independent Mr. Combetta’s cooperation with the FBI was. Alternately, it could show he remained tethered, and therefore loyal to some degree, to Hillary Clinton and her team.

By Todd Shepherd · September 9, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Exclusives, National, Original Report, Politics
FCC emails: Agency may owe favorable judicial decision to 'nuclear option'

FCC emails: Agency may owe favorable judicial decision to 'nuclear option'

Guess Senator Reid changing the filibuster rules really does matter. Not sure the old DC Circuit would have ruled the same way

By Todd Shepherd · July 22, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Exclusives, Legal, National

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