Megan Quinn: 'God Loves Uganda' questions anti-gay evangelicals' role

In Uganda, being gay could mean life in prison — and a film screened at the Boulder International Film Festival argues U.S. evangelicals are part of the problem. The documentary "God Loves Uganda" explores the role of the American evangelical Christian movement in Uganda — particularly its influence on Uganda's controversial new law that sentences LGBT Ugandans to life in prison for "homosexual acts."

Megan Quinn: Sacred House finds new home — Shine Restaurant & Gathering Place

More than a year after fostering a new community for people exploring diverse spiritual beliefs, Sacred House has found a new home. Sacred House isn't a church, and there is no strict set of beliefs or values. People are invited to come to the weekly Sunday Gathers to talk about and develop their own diverse spiritual paths and connect with others in a community setting. The idea is to think about and talk about the idea of "something larger."

Judge upholds Broomfield election; fracking ban remains in effect

A Broomfield judge has upheld the results of the embattled Nov. 5 election. Judge Chris Melonakis released his decision Thursday evening. In his decision, he said Broomfield acted in good faith when conducting the election and that the results should not be tossed out. Melonakis pointed to confusing new voter residency requirements and the closeness of the election results as factors that contributed to the election chaos.Though the election was far from perfect, it was not illegal, he said.

Groups call for do-over on Broomfield election

New vote is only way to restore voter confidence, they say OPENING THE 'ANOMALY BOX:' Broomfield elections administrator Michael Susek and election judges Shirley Orr, left, and Barb Sloan, log the contents of a previously unopened box of election materials. The box is the latest in a series of controversies surrounding the Nov. 5 election, ( David R Jennings / Broomfield Enterprise ) After months of controversy surrounding the Broomfield election, a voter advocacy group and a group opposed to

Broomfield nursing home has history of problems

Local, state and federal records show a history of staffing and regulatory problems at the Broomfield nursing facility where an employee is accused of sexually assaulting two patients in the past two months. Records paint a picture of Broomfield Skilled Nursing having high staff turnover and low quality ratings. The recent arrest of the aide accused of sexual assault and a wrongful-death lawsuit filed by the family of well-known Broomfield resident Marlene Politzer are among the concerns. Anto

Broomfield residents urge moratorium on fracking

Residents at a town hall meeting asked the City Council to enact a moratorium on fracking to examine potential health and environmental impacts.Hundreds of residents filled the Broomfield Auditorium on Wednesday night to discuss the impact of oil and gas issues on the community. Broomfield will soon consider a request for four natural gas wells in the North Park neighborhood, which some residents are protesting because of the wells' proximity to homes and charter school Prospect Ridge

Broomfield woman killed Friday at Saab repair shop IDed as Mary McGrath

Mary McGrath, a Saab repair shop employee, was shot to death on Commerce Street on Friday afternoon. Broomfield police and North Metro Fire responded to the scene around 2:30 p.m. after a call of shots fired at East of Sweden Saab repair shop at 155 Commerce St. Police arrested a 62-year-old Broomfield man in connection with the shooting. Police did not identify the victim or the suspect, but family friends confirmed McGrath, an employee at East of Sweden, died in the shooting.
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