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Rabbi Moshe Liberow wears a gas mask in a video showing the damage to the sanctuary at Chabad Colorado Springs.

Fire strikes Colorado Springs shul

A fire early on the first day of Rosh Hashanah last week damaged the synagogue used by Chabad-Lubavitch of Southern Colorado in Colorado Springs. No injuries were...

Shalom Park offers separate kitchen

Shalom Park has designated a segregated OU-certified onsite kitchen to provide kosher food to residents who want it, and uninterrupted service for 20,000 annual kosher...

Morgan Carroll (Tim McClanahan)

Morgan Carroll, District 6 hopeful

By Rabbi Hillel Goldberg & Shana R Goldberg For Morgan Carroll, the state legislature is an excellent blueprint for running the country. A veteran of state politics,...

Shalom Park rescinds kashrut policy

THE Shalom Park board voted to eliminate its bylaw requiring kosher food for every resident at the Jewish continuum of care campus on Monday, Sept. 19. “The votes...

Letters exchanged on Shalom Cares kashrut

Shalom Cares will not meet with the Rocky Mountain Rabbinical Council, the Coalition of Orthodox Synagogue Rabbis or others ahead of the Sept. 19 vote on whether to...

Alison Trachtman Hill

Hill is new CEO at Denver JCC

Alison Trachtman Hill is the new CEO of the Robert E. Loup JCC, its board president, Scott H. Reisch, announced on Sept. 2, 2016. Hill comes to the position with a...

Curtains for kashrut at Shalom Cares?

The creation and evolution of Shalom Park — the Jewish community’s skilled nursing home and continuum of care campus — derive from the Beth Israel Hospital and...

Eric Greitens

Jewish Navy SEAL wins Missouri GOP primary

ST. LOUIS — Eric Greitens, a Jewish former Navy SEAL, won the Republican Party primary for Missouri governor. Greitens, who served in Iraq from 2003 to 2007 and is the...

Jeffrey Klinkel

Work release for Boulder criminal

The man who sent white powder to two Boulder Jewish organizations last year — forcing evacuations and the quarantining of several employees — learned last week that...

IJN wins eight Rockower Awards

The Intermountain Jewish News won eight Simon Rockower Awards for Excellence in Jewish Journalism, including four first-place and four second-place awards, in the 35th...