CCHS grad receives $24,000 John Lynch Family Legacy scholarship

The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academics, athletics, community involvement, financial need, leadership, and other intangible qualities. 2022 Cherry Creek High School graduate Charlie Eigner is bound for the University of Alabama, with the help of a supportive family and a $24,000 scholarship from the John Lynch Foundation. On July 19, Eigner learned …

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR – Reproductive Health Equity Act (RHEA) state legislation sparks debate among local officials 

State Rep. Meg Froelich addresses Greenwood City Councilmember Dave Bullock’s recent newsletter and RHEA legislation I have been contacted by several of my constituents who are concerned with Greenwood Village City Councilperson Dave Bullock’s latest newsletter in which he chose to offer his personal opinion using City of Greenwood Village taxpayer dollars on Colorado’s recently …

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State Farm Insurance donates $5,000 for books for toddlers

On July 25, Centennial State Farm Insurance agent Sean Slater presented Jack Tate, CEO of Imagination Library of Colorado (ILCO), an oversized check for $5,000 for the young children served by ILCO. Said Tate, “We are so grateful for State Farm’s commitment. It has such a great impact. It’s all about neighbors helping neighbors. For …

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Unexpected consequences of redistricting in the south metro area

Redistricting is the term that describes the process that occurs everywhere in the United States every ten years after the national Census, which is required by the Constitution, is completed. It reapportions all Congressional districts in each state and all the state legislative districts, based on the number of people and where they live. The …

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Improving affordability and accessibility of childcare

On July 19, Common Sense Institute (CSI) and Executives Partnering to Invest in Children (EPIC) presented a panel discussion on, “The growing strain on the childcare business model and economic impacts and opportunities for improving affordability and accessibility.” Luige del Puerto, editor of Colorado Politics and Denver Gazette moderated. Kristin Strohm, CSI president and CEO …

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