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Joey BunchJoey BunchNovember 18, 20172min214
Look who’s back in town. Sen. Cory Gardner, once vilified by liberals for not holding big, rally-style town hall meetings where they could yell at him, is holding his sixth since August Monday in Pueblo. The gathering with the Republican senator from Yuma, is at the Pueblo Convention Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., […]

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Joey BunchJoey BunchNovember 18, 20171min1020

The the African Leadership Group is offering free flu shots in Rocky Mountain Welcome Center in Aurora Saturday, its first of what’s planned to be an annual event.

The clicks from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., but Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan is expected to show up around 1 p.m. to show his support, organizers said.

“This is going to be an opportunity for many in our community, who don’t have access to healthcare either due to their immigration status or lack of insurance to get access to medical services,” organizers said in a statement. “Immunization rates are low in the African community due to lack of education and Mayor Hogan is coming by to draw attention to the need for people across Aurora to get flu shots.”

The Welcome Center is located at 10700 E. Evans Avenue in Aurora.

“The African Leadership Group is a civic organization dedicated to the empowerment and integration of the growing African immigrant community in Colorado,” the group said. “They advocate for the entire African immigrant community – across national origin, religion, tribes and language – to ensure continuous improvement to the community’s quality of life.


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Joey BunchJoey BunchNovember 17, 20172min228
Union workers are expected to march on Xcel Energy’s headquarters at 18th and Larimer streets at lunchtime Friday. IBEW Local 111 Xcel Energy Employees said Thursday evening that the unionists would “be joined by community leaders, retirees, elected officials and their families” to protest a company decision in their contract they say will reduce wages […]

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Joey BunchJoey BunchNovember 17, 20173min301
When the Center for American Progress sees cuts in the Republican tax plan, the left-leaning organization sees Littleton’s Kelly Stahlman, a “Medicaid mom” raising twin sons with cerebral palsy. The center is touting new research that shows the cost of healthcare cuts at the local level, to families such as the Stahlmans. She first told […]

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Conrad SwansonNovember 15, 20176min116
When Colorado Springs City Councilman Bill Murray heard U.S. Senate nominee Roy Moore of Alabama was accused of pursuing young girls, he wasn’t surprised. Misconduct and complacence in Deep South politics is a significant reason Murray said he left Alabama in the early 1990s, and it’s clear to him nothing has changed. “I expected something […]

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