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3 years 5 months ago

MapQuest website ranks neighborhoods, amenities

DENVER (AP) - MapQuest is launching a website that ranks thousands of neighborhoods on quality-of-life measures including restaurants and bars, shopping and how easy it is to get around on foot. MapQuest unveiled its mqVibe beta website Thursday. The company says mqVibe uses algorithms to produce real-time rankings...

3 years 7 months ago

More Colorado counties may need Spanish ballots

DENVER (AP) - An increase in Spanish speakers could trigger new ballot requirements in 16 Colorado counties. The Denver Post reports that the county clerks are awaiting federal notification within the month that they must provide election materials in Spanish as well as English, under provisions of the Voting...

4 years 1 month ago

DOW seeking landowners for hunting access

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is looking for landowners in southeast Colorado who are willing to lease their land for hunting access for the 2011 seasons. "We are looking at the Division's ability to sustain the program and the potential for it to expand," said Lamar Area Wildlife Manager Travis...

4 years 4 months ago

Fountain Creek improvement plans announced

City leaders are unveiling plans to revitalize Fountain Creek in Pueblo. The city planning department has a 30-year master plan to improve the Fountain Creek corridor from 8th St., south to the Arkansas River confluence. The city wants to improve water quality, reduce the flooding risk and add trails and...

4 years 6 months ago

Both sides meet over rafting rights

SALIDA, Colo. (AP) - A Colorado panel to settle rafting disputes between landowners and paddlers has begun sorting through ideas to calm the waters. A task force set up after a rafting bill died in the state legislature held its first meeting Wednesday in Salida. Task force member Bob...

4 years 8 months ago

Bennet intern offers paid access to senator

An unpaid intern for Colorado Democrat Michael Bennet's Senate campaign has been dismissed after allegedly telling an acquaintance that a one-on-one meeting to discuss a bill with the candidate could be set up for $2,400. The campaign said the intern was let go Thursday after it learned of the...

5 years 3 months ago

Governor's aide withdraws consideration for US attorney

Gov. Bill Ritter's deputy chief of staff has withdrawn from consideration to be the next U.S. attorney in Colorado amid questions raised during Ritter's gubernatorial campaign. Stephanie Villafuerte said Monday that a "needless and extraneous political fight" has overshadowed an independent assessment of her qualifications. During Ritter's 2006 campaign, the...

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