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Clark Wilson, 12, was at summer camp in Massachusetts earlier this month when the new app, Pokémon Go, was released for iPhone and Android. “All the camp counselors were talking about it as soon as it came out,” Wilson said. Though the … more
Brahm Bechtold rides a Harley-Davidson cruiser, a bike he says is made for taking it easy and enjoying the scenery. He and his wife and passenger, Dagmar, say new motorcyclists should wear helmets, but they feel safe without them because they … more
As wishes go, Dick Eason’s would probably not rank very high, but what it lacked in scale, it made up for with effectiveness. His wish, a little rain early in the afternoon to cool things off and clear by 8 p.m., was exactly what happened for … more
Nearly 3,200 filthy philanthropists gathered at Salisbury Equestrian Park in Parker on July 16 to fight multiple sclerosis, raising more than $167,000 for the National MS Society. Temperatures hovered around 95 degrees throughout the day as … more
Paige Fox recognizes that many people don’t understand what she does. “Ten years ago I would have thought all of this was crazy,” Fox said. Fox is a certified classical homeopath with a home and practice in Parker. Born and raised in … more
When Adyson Meyer first picked up a Pokémon game two years ago, she never predicted she would compete in the 2016 Pokémon U.S. National Championships. The 9-year-old from Arvada wanted to play the game because her brothers made it look so fun. … more
Carmen Garcia is enjoying her second year as a caddie. “The opportunity was offered to me... and I thought it was interesting and different,” said Garcia, a sophomore-to-be at St. Mary’s Academy in Cherry Hills Village. “I never played … more
Sisters Brooke and Natalie Holschuh, of Parker, and Hailey and Chayse Coggins, of Sedalia, are among the 150 Douglas County 4-H youths raising animals to go to market at this year’s Douglas County Fair and Rodeo. “It takes a lot of time, … more
The Crested Butte Music Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this summer and brags about its new Mirror Palace venue — it’s a semi-permanent Spiegeltent named “Victoria,” originally built in the 1930s by the Klessens family. They were … more
In late April a call-for-artists went out for the 12th Annual Kaleidoscope Juried Art Exhibition, scheduled for July at the Colorado Gallery of the Arts at Arapahoe Community College. The exhibit was initiated as a cooperative effort between a … more
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