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In a 2-1 vote, the Elbert County Board of County Commissioners approved changes to fee schedules for building-permit applications, which will increase the permit fees for a single-family home by about 18 percent. The changes, due to take effect … more
For Jim Mundle, a Castle Rock entrepreneur, it's all about creating an experience. The self-proclaimed “Disney guy” moved to Colorado in 2004 from Orlando and brought his training of creating experiences he learned while working at Disney's … more
The west wall of floor-to-ceiling windows reveals a glowing purple sunset. As students spread their mats on the floor, the sun drops behind the mountains and dim ambient lighting just keeps the room from becoming completely dark. The instructor … more
After the Paris terrorist attacks that left at least 130 dead and hundreds wounded last November, Centennial Gun Club’s general manager, Dick Abramson, was prompted to act. “I got calls from people saying, `Wow, this could happen in my … more
With the fourth-lowest unemployment rate in the nation, 3 percent, Colorado has made mountainous gains when it comes to economic development following the recession that struck in December 2007 and lingered for years. Businesses are flocking to … more
Art Hughes had no way of knowing when he began tinkering with electronics in the fifth grade that he'd go on to invent a device that would change lives. Hughes' late wife, Linda, suffered from bronchiectasis, a degenerative lung condition. When … more
MillerCoors says it is dedicated to sustainability. Last month, the company officially reached its goal of having all of it's major breweries be landfill-free, including the one in Golden. “As … more
Two industrious Elizabeth High School students, Kristen Jacksonand Autumn Wendler, with their chapter of Future Business Leaders of America, are making a difference in Elizabeth’s business community. FBLA is a national organization for students … more
Jon Garnett spends each day surrounded by the relics of his youth. At Hall of Justice Comics & Collectibles, which opened in November in an industrial area northeast of Dransfeldt Road and Plaza Drive, Garnett is also surrounded by people just … more
Parker residents provided input on a development guide for land that's considered the eastern gateway to downtown. Pine Curve, a 24-acre, town-owned property across from town hall, has been the subject of many discussions for nearly a decade. … more
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