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Denver Post: Politics: Local Politics

  1. Colorado's one resident town, Bonanza, lives on
    Bonanza, a one-man, 133-year-old mountain town, lives on. Bonanza, in Saguache County, was in jeopardy of being relegated to the ash heap of history, facing disincorporation and losing its status as the state's smallest town because of a "lack of government."
  2. Bennet and Udall urge Obama to protect Browns Canyon
    Browns Canyon along the Arkansas RiverWASHINGTON -- Colorado s two U.S. senators today urged President Barack Obama to designate Browns Canyon in Chaffee County as a national monument; a move
  3. Denver residency rule backers finalize ballot language
    Denver Community Planning and Development head Brad Buchanan (Provided by Denver mayor's office) Neighborhood activists have fine-tuned a proposed Denver charter amendment that would require
  4. 20-year-old accused in Aurora cop shooting cries at court hearing
    Tears running down his face, the 20-year-old man accused of shooting a police officer in Aurora earlier this month declined a formal reading of the 13 count he faces during an Adams County
  5. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner look ahead for Colorado, their careers
    There was nothing flashy about the first meeting between U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and newcomer Cory Gardner after the latter's Election Day victory.