The Women's March On Denver

By Ken Singer

Editor's note: In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the Editor of this newspaper has gone to great lengths to ensure that this contribution from the “liberal media” contains neither “fake news,” nor “alternative facts.” Read at your own peril. Joseph Lekarczyk - Editor

Over one hundred and twenty Lyons area residents boarded three buses before 7:30 Saturday morning, heading for Denver's Women's March. They joined more than 100,000 people to support rights and protest the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.

 

 

Students participating in the national fourth-grade “Every Kid in a Park” campaign are running out of summer days to use their vouchers for free admittance to national lands. To encourage fourth-graders to use their passes in Rocky Mountain National Park, the Estes Park Visitor Center is giving each fourth-grade

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), the High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) and private project partner Plenary Roads Denver today announced that toll collection, on the final US 36 Express Lanes segment in both directions from Superior/Louisville to Boulder, will begin Wednesday, March 30.

With this final stretch open, the US 36 Express Lanes project will be open from Federal Boulevard to Table Mesa in Boulder. For those who have not already done so, drivers are encouraged to get an

 

 

On Thursday, December 31, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) released real-time transit information to the public, including arrival predictions for all RTD local buses. RTD also published vehicle location information on all fixed bus routes and made the data available to third-party developers to support the

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