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Christian congregations around the world are amid Holy Week observances leading up to Easter, which is March 27 this year. “Holy Week and Easter are cornerstones of our Christian faith. The events of Holy Week define who we are and why we … more
The Englewood Historic Preservation Society will meet on March 28 to hear preservation consultant Diane Wray Tomasso speak about “The Flying Saucer Bank and the Communist in the Post Office.” There will be two presentations: 2:30 p.m. at the … more
Photographer David Doubilet began snorkeling at age 8 at summer camp and by 12, he was shooting pictures underwater, using a Brownie Hawkeye camera placed in a rubber anesthesiologist bag supplied by a supportive father — with less than … more
Tying in with the bouncy musical at Littleton's Town Hall Arts Center, “Smoky Joe's Cafe,” opening April 1, the next Stanton Gallery exhibit is named “Artistic Rhythms: A Four Person Show.” It will be in place March 31 to May 18, showing art … more
“The biggest fear of a mother who has lost a child is her child will be forgotten,” said Robin Neelley, whose young son, Hunter, died from cancer during his freshman year at Elizabeth High School in 2014. It is obvious from the participation … more
Planning an outdoor event for the last day of winter can be a risky proposition, and when forecasters predicted snow for most of March 18 and into the morning of March 19, organizers of the Elbert County Community Coalition for Outreach's Annual … more
Terry Neff’s 7-year-old son was diagnosed with bilateral integration disorder — the inability to coordinate the body’s left and right sides — in preschool. Modern technology, specifically a tablet, helped him overcome the challenge. When … more
Dramatic storytelling in a new exhibit at the Denver Art Museum includes exquisite craftsmanship, huge murals created from Japanese woodcuts, fierce-looking armored warriors, war regalia and a sense of pageantry. “At first, it sounds like wild … more
The clocks have been set one hour forward, and many Coloradans are enjoying that extra hour of sunshine during the evening hours, but not everyone likes the idea of changing their clocks each spring and fall. Elbert County News caught up with six … more
Three women who once appeared locally in Littleton have climbed to the top in a highly competitive theater world, and their stories should provide encouragement to young area actors who are now rehearsing for the spring musical or play in their high … more
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