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Investigators couldn’t back up sexual assault claims against Tay Anderson, but found he flirted with underage student

Independent investigators could not substantiate claims that Denver Public Schools board member Tay Anderson committed sexual assault, but he may be censured for conduct unbecoming of a school board member.  The investigation found that Anderson engaged in flirtatious social media contact with a 16-year-old DPS student after he was elected a board member and posted […]

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Students who kept Colorado’s resort-town economies alive during COVID are now headed back to school

A sign outside Butte Bagels advises customers that this popular breakfast stop, in the alley behind the Crested Butte post office, is closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. A gaggle of tourists gathers close to peer at the sign, at the “help wanted” sign next to it, and through the darkened windows before they give up and […]