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Gov. John Hickenlooper (credit: CBS)

Hickenlooper To Address Colorado Publishers

Colorado’s governor is talking to newspaper publishers and top editors in an annual reception for the Colorado Press Association.


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Joe Garcia Wraps Up Colorado Childhood Literacy Tour

Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia is wrapping up his childhood literacy tour on Colorado’s Eastern Plains.


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Di Mare Selected CSU-Pueblo President

Lesley DiMare, interim president of Nevada State College, will become CSU-Pueblo’s next president.



CSU-Pueblo Close To Choosing New President

The Board of Governors for the Colorado State University system is choosing among three finalists to become the next president of CSU-Pueblo.


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Colorado’s Education Commissioner In Washington For Obama’s Announcement

President Obama is pushing a plan to let states do away with part of the no child left behind education law.


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Lt. Gov. Garcia To Attend White House Announcement

Colorado’s lieutenant governor will be at the White House Friday when President Barack Obama discusses changes to the once-lauded No Child Left Behind law.


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Beach Boys To Play At 9/11 Concert In Denver

The Beach Boys will headline a free concert in Denver to mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, state and city officials said Monday.


A Colorado classroom (credit: CBS)

Final Arguments Set For Colorado School Funding Suit

Closing arguments are expected Friday afternoon in a lawsuit challenging how Colorado funds its education system, a case Gov. John Hickenlooper warns could cost the state billions of dollars.


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Lt. Gov. Garcia Testifies In School Funding Suit

Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia acknowledged that inequities exist in education but says the state has met its constitutional obligation in how it funds its schools.


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Colorado Guard Member Killed In Afghan Crash

The co-pilot of that helicopter that crashed in Afghanistan is from Colorado. He was one of 30 U.S. service members killed Saturday when the copter was shot down.




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