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Joey BunchJoey BunchOctober 9, 20176min236
There’s been a helluva political fight over tourism tax dollars in Estes Park. It’s emptied out a town board that handles tax dollars for promotion. No source other than the local Trail Gazette newspaper has stayed on the story about the power struggle, the accusations and, ultimately the lost opportunities to promote a Colorado gem. […]

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Ernest LuningErnest LuningFebruary 16, 201720min57

On his last day as chairman of the Jefferson County Republican Party, Don Ytterberg had a few things to say. After welcoming several hundred members of the county GOP’s central committee — along with family, friends and a handful of Republican candidates — to the party’s biennial reorganization meeting on Saturday, Feb. 4, at Green Mountain High School in Lakewood, Ytterberg spoke to the crowd about his time at the helm.


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Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinDecember 8, 20165min54

A proposed growth limitation constitutional amendment to submit to Colorado voters in 2018 was found to not meet the state's single-subject requirement by the Secretary of State's title review board Wednesday, Dec. 7. The backer of the proposed ballot measure, Daniel Hayes of Golden, has seven days to file a motion for a rehearing and submit a revised measure to address the board's objection. That centered around Hayes' inclusion of a sentence that reads, "At least 30 percent of the housing subject to the limitation shall be affordable housing and affordable senior housing."