Earlier this month, the Woodland Park School District issued a press release thanking the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) for “recognizing the value and merit of the American Birthright standards implemented at Woodland Park High School.”
National Abortion Ban Only Contentious Issue as Boebert and Her Rivals Meet Again in Early Morning Debate
Colorado 4th congressional candidates from left, Jerry Sonnenberg, Ted Harvey, Rhonda Brandt (representing House Rep. Richard Holtorf), Deborah Flora, Chris Phelen, and Rep. Lauren Boebert Fresh from their congressional candidate debate in Weld County Thursday night, five of the 10 Colorado Fourth District hopefuls arrived bright and early at a Douglas County Republican breakfast to keep the debate going over who should earn the nod of GOP primary voters.
Douglas County Republican Commissioner Lora Thomas is set on winning a new political office this year. Term-limited in her current role, Thomas is the first and only candidate to date to throw her hat in the ring for House District 43, which includes Highlands Ranch.
U.S. District Judge Nina Wang dismissed a civil case Tuesday brought by the parents of two Poudre School District middle schoolers who alleged the district violated their parental rights, guaranteed under the due process clause of the 14th Amendment, to direct the upbringing of their children.
Situated 45 miles southeast of Denver, Elizabeth School District has just 2,474 students, fewer than many high schools in Denver, Cherry Creek and Aurora. As a result, it’s easy to overlook the day-to-day workings of the small district in favor of the attention-grabbing antics of its larger neighbors.
Douglas County Republican commissioners Abe Laydon, George Teal, and Lora Thomas have spent the last two years embroiled in a series of public infighting spats that have led to censures against Thomas and a lawsuit against Laydon and Teal.
Lori Gimelshteyn, the leader of a right-wing organization targeting school diversity policies, admitted in a radio interview and on X (formerly Twitter) on Monday that she posed as a nine-year-old Cherry Creek student questioning her gender identity in a text to a crisis line.
Douglas County school board candidate David DiCarlo gained support in late October from Taylor Rhodes, executive director at Rocky Mountain Gun Owners (RMGO). RMGO is Colorado’s largest state-based gun lobby, with more than 200,000 members.
The five-member Elizabeth school board is facing its second lawsuit in less than six months for allegedly flouting Colorado’s open meetings laws (COML) by adding last-minute agenda items and failing to properly disclose its reasons for adjourning in executive session.
Andy Jones, who is running for the Douglas County school board with a slate of conservative candidates, has received two campaign violation complaints in the span of four days.