Learn about the 19th Amendment and the fight to get the vote for women, although Colorado was in the forefront.

Vote once. Vote twice. And vote three times in 2020. That’s how many elections Denver will see, as will every county in the state of Colorado. First is March 3 – Super Tuesday – in which voters will cast their ballots for their party favorites.  Then there is the June 30 primary election, to address …

It’s time for a Womxn’s March in Denver.

It’s also time for a series of blogs on what’s happening in Colorado during a year revolving around women’s history. Aside from the march, 2020 marks the centennial of the United States Congress ratifying the 19thAmendment, giving women the right to vote. (The wonderful photo posted here is from History Colorado’s collection.) The Denver Post …

A court ruling probably was not the gift that Denver wanted.

A story posted this morning on Westword not only explores Denver’s homeless legal situation but also the issues that have had an impact on Boise, Idaho, as well. Westword reporter Sara Fleming explains the differences in both cities. But the crux of the matter is this: “As Denver’s camping ban is tested in courts — the city …