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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.


FRISCO | The winter sport of skijoring is facing increased scrutiny after recent accidents in Colorado resulted in two horses being euthanized. The Summit Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/1TJII8u ) the sport features a horse which travels at speeds around 40 mph and a rider who pulls another person on skis through various obstacles. The most recent incident […]


Jennifer Buster, assistant principal at Crawford Elementary School in Aurora. Photo provided courtesy of the Colorado Association of School Executives.

AURORA | Despite the lingering air of uncertainty at five struggling schools in northwest Aurora, a leader at one of those schools — Crawford Elementary School — has provided cause for optimism. On Monday, March 3, Crawford Assistant Principal Jennifer Buster was named one of the state’s outstanding assistant principals of the year by the Colorado […]


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