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To paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of our demise are greatly exaggerated. Newspapers have a million ways of being useful and some of them have nothing at all to do with being black and white and read … more
With a sense of wonder still well intact, Shane Roskie thanks his lucky stars for getting to live out his childhood dream everyday. The Parker resident and 30-year veteran at Lockheed Martin admits that he still pinches himself on occasion. … more
The focus was remembering the sacrifices of those who died in service of their country at the May 25 Memorial Day ceremonies at Fort Logan National Cemetery. “I try to come here every year from Colorado Springs,” Vietnam veteran Oliver … more
The Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival June 7 in Castle Rock is the unofficial start to the Colorado cycling season for many. The 28th annual edition of the race will feature the redesigned ERock Century course — a route that connects the … more
After delaying work by a week, the rain took a brief break and the clouds gave way to sunshine long enough for volunteers to complete a second weekend of housekeeping at the Elizabeth Stampede Grounds on May 16. The Elizabeth Stampede runs on … more
For Shannon Henderson, getting a cold or flu could be the difference between putting food on the table and going hungry. As a part-time customer service representative at a Walmart in Sacramento, California, Henderson is one of an estimated 40 … more
Defense attorneys in the Aurora theater shooting trial are trying hard to keep jurors from knowing the worst details of the massacre, fighting to prevent survivors from revealing how badly they were injured and objecting to photos showing even small … more
Colorado's governor has signed into law a crackdown on medical marijuana, one of two measures designed to ferret out people improperly using and selling untaxed marijuana. The law limits caregivers, those who grow pot on behalf of patients, to 99 … more
The Elizabeth School Board presented Elizabeth Middle School's new principal, Pam Eschief, to parents, teachers and staff at a meet-and-greet in the school's library on May 20. Eschief replaces outgoing principal Jodi Elkins, who resigned from … more
Finding a playground outfitted with ramps, teeter-totters and “whale tails” for kids and adults just got easier. Douglas County unveiled the latest addition to its park offerings in late April with a mountain bike skills course at Bayou Gulch … more
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