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Denver Zoo rescues 130 animals from Seaquest in Littleton

SUBMITTED BY THE DENVER ZOO Last week, Denver Zoo rescued nearly 130 animals from SeaQuest in Littleton, which received multiple citations and complaints for animal welfare concerns and injuries to customers since it opened in 2018. SeaQuest recently decided to close its Littleton location, leaving their animals in need of new homes, including a keel-billed …

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Even The Denver Post makes mistakes…but what really matters?

After a spate of misstatements, including President Biden forgetting names and dates and former President Trump confusing his opponent for the GOP nomination, Nikki Haley, who was his U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, with former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, many Americans are wondering what to think about mistakes made in public statements. We wondered …

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House advances bill to prevent evictions, homelessness

SUBMITTED BY COLORADO HOUSE DEMOCRATS The House on Feb. 20 passed legislation in a 38-19 vote to prevent evictions and keep Coloradans safely housed, outlining the conditions when landlords would have grounds to file for evictions or “no-fault” lease terminations. Majority Leader Monica Duran, D-Wheat Ridge said, “Current Colorado law leaves renters vulnerable to homelessness …

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You won’t need to register your pet with the State of Colorado

On February 8 at 10:39 a.m., HB24-1163 Pet Animal Registration System, sponsored solely by first-term state Rep. Regina English D-El Paso County, was postponed indefinitely—legislative lingo for killed—on a 12-0 unanimous vote of the House Agriculture, Water & Natural Resources Committee, which is comprised of eight Democrats and four Republicans. Afterward, it was announced that …

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Steve Goldman receives plaque from GV for service on P & Z

On February 5, the Greenwood Village City Council commended Steve Goldman with an engraved plaque and other mementoes for his service on the city’s planning and zoning commission (P & Z). District two Council Members Anne Ingebretsen and Dave Kerber pointed to his dedication and the example he set as someone who understood “the goal …

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Arapahoe Libraries hosts Prom Attire Donations Drive

Arapahoe Libraries is hosting its first-ever prom attire donation drive this year. Now through February 29, patrons can drop in at six library locations to donate formal and semi-formal wear. Any prom attire, except for shoes, will be accepted, including dresses, suits, capes, jewelry, top hats and more. The library will follow up in March …

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