In Brief


Rebecca Stark's fresh eggs on Friday. A measure to allow more hens is being considered by the cityÕs Housing, Neighborhood Services and Redevelopment policy committee.
Photo by Gabriel Christus/Aurora Sentinel

“This creates a patchwork of training and won’t give consumers any assurance that the producer they’re buying from has taken any basic food-safety courses,” said Brent Boydston of the Colorado Farm Bureau, which didn’t oppose but also didn’t support the bill.


Three-car crash investigation at Buckley and Hampden Feb. 21. PHOTO COURTESY OF 7NEWS

“As the two most critically injured people in this crash were not wearing seat belts, the Aurora Police Department implores citizens to use seat belts and properly restrain children whenever traveling in vehicles,” said Aurora police spokesman Chris Carleton. “It is likely the injuries in this crash could have been avoided or at least reduced had seat belts and child safety seats been used.”


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