The Latest: Colorado governor says he’ll push for repayment
DENVER (AP) — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says he will help push for the state to pay back about $1 billion borrowed from education during the recession.
The governor spoke Friday to several thousand teachers gathered at a park near the state Capitol, including several from the Roaring Fork School District, on the second straight day of demonstrations over pay for teachers.
He spoke for less than five minutes and didn’t offer any more funding than has already been proposed for next year.
Some teachers shouted over him, “We want more,” while others applauded him.
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Forest Service investigates Independence Pass snowmobiling case; alleged culprit posted pictures on social media
Numerous people have identified Breckenridge resident David Lesh as one of the men riding snowmobiles on snow-free terrain near Aspen. Lesh has posted several pictures of his illegal activity on social media, including snowmobiling at what he identified as the summit of Mount Elbert.