Beauprez Pins State's Success To Local Control, Hands-Off Government
The erstwhile congressman represented Colorado's seventh U.S. House district for two terms last decade before bidding for the governor's seat in 2006. He lost handily to Bill Ritter and faded from politics somewhat before launching a campaign this year. Read more on CBS Local
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Bill Ritter and Gov. John Hickenlooper. There are funds Planned Parenthood receives from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for breast and cervical cancer screenings. The Governor could reduce that money, but it would need … Read more on The Denver Channel
Unopposed sheriff candidate reflects on past term; six towns and one village …
1, 2011, after defeating incumbent Bill Tompkins. He noted that during his first … In Friendship, Russell Hall, a Republican, and Stephen G. Ritter, running on an independent party line, are vying a town board seat left vacant by Susan Myers, who … Read more on Olean Times Herald
Colorado and Moffat County Elections Guide 2014
"I think we're in much better shape than people have given us credit for," Hickenlooper said. Beauprez was elected to the Colorado District 7 Representative seat in 2002 and re-elected again in 2004. He ran for governor in 2006 but lost to Democrat … Read more on Craig Daily Press
Turnout may determine Williams-Neguse race
Colorado hasn't elected a Democrat for secretary of state since George J. Baker in 1954. (Democrat Bernie Buescher was appointed by a fellow Democrat, Gov. Bill Ritter, in 2008 to serve the final two years of Republican Mike Coffman's term, when … Read more on The Denver Post
In Crisis: Idaho mental health panel agrees that fixing system starts with funding
Bill Roscoe, who works with homeless as president and CEO of Boise Rescue Mission. The panel was an offshoot of the ongoing “In Crisis” series of articles, radio stories and videos produced by the Idaho Statesman's Audrey Dutton and Boise State Public … Read more on The Idaho Statesman
Exactly what Jeannie Ritter did to bring a voice to mental disease by simply because the psychologically sick in Colorado get the level of care and compassion as do individuals with an actual disease, is nothing in short supply of remarkable, as well as for that she was handed the 2014 Hildegard Messenbaugh Award at Third Method Center’s trademark fundraiser, True Grit.
Messenbaugh, a psychiatrist, founded Third Method Center in 1970 as a protection for runaway teenagers. These days it offers a continuum of attention to boys and girls age 14 to 19 who possess experienced real, mental and sexual abuse, neglect and abandonment.
“Jeannie Ritter might be most well-known as our state’s former first lady,” noted singer William Matthews, president associated with Third Way Center board. “but we think the woman best influence is by her continuing attempts to carry a voice to psychological state and act as a champion for all those with psychological infection, including residents of Third Way Center.
“As first lady,” Matthews added, “in her present role as ambassador when it comes to psychological state Center of Denver, through her utilize severely emotionally disturbed kids within the Denver Public institutes so that as a family group recommend, Jeannie has seen firsthand the necessity for greater understanding and knowledge of psychological illness and better accessibility solutions for anyone in need.”
Pete and Marilyn Coors were the honorary chairmen for real Grit, which brought 400 people to the Seawell Ballroom on Saturday-night for a chuckwagon dinner, auction and party.
Matthews joined up with the next Way Center board in 2001 and has now been its president since 2004. “as soon as you’re in and committed, it’s hard not to be,” he said of their longstanding solution. Matthews also recalled he went to their first real Grit 24 years back when it happened “in a horse barn in Littleton with dust floors. Pete and Marilyn were the chairmen that year, too.”
How to Build a Better Boston Sitcom (ie, Not 'The McCarthys')
The pilot clunkily lays out the concept; Ronnie McCarthy (Tyler Ritter) is a 29-year-old guidance counselor, a sports-clueless outlier in his Celtics-loving, stereotypical Southie family. He's gay and erudite, a splash of color on the gray palette laid … Read more on Boston.com
Quick look: New this week at the movies
Forced to work long hours, she has no choice but to leave Oliver in the care of their new neighbor, Vincent, a retired curmudgeon with a penchant for alcohol and gambling. Starring: Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy, Naomi Watts, Chris O'Dowd, Terrence … Read more on East Valley Tribune