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Thoughts on "Neighborhoods' Right to Vote on Land Use Change Regulations"

I attended a discussion at the Boulder Area Realtor’s Association yesterday that was centered around upcoming ballot items for the 2015 elections in November. Hosted by former mayor and county commissioner Will Toor and public affairs director of the Boulder Chamber Angelique Espinoza, the majority of the talk was centered around One Boulder, a citizen’s coalition in opposition to the “Neighborhood Vote” issue. 656 more words

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The Great American Road Trip

Between the two of us, we’ve taken 4 road trips across the country. Each trip has been a different route so we’ve got some stories for all parts of America. 13 more words

Travel Photography

Where did I go? So much to catch up on...

This post will serve as # 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 + 23…. that is how backed up I am right now.  Turns out #16, going back to work is kind of a bigger deal than I thought.   1,139 more words

Things I Miss About Nebraska, Things I Love About Greeley, Colorado.

We are now midway through week 3 up here in Greeley. Since we are both still looking for jobs, our pace is a bit different than it was back in North Platte. 868 more words

Home Life And Recipes

Congress Park - Denver - Carruthers Family

I met the Carruthers on a beautiful warm morning in August and little Natalie already had a cute little smile on her face. She was ready to run around and show us pine cones. 38 more words

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Teen credited with stopping school shooting 800 miles away

Phoenix, AZ — A Valley teenager was arrested and suspended for something he posted on social media about his school.

The 16-year-old is a student at Sierra Linda High School, which is part of the Tolleson Union High School District. 604 more words

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