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Pipers, clans and even the occasional fairy converged in the shade of Casey Jones Park for two full days of celebrations honoring Celtic heritage and tradition at the Elizabeth Celtic Festival on July 16 and 17. Re-enactors treated guests to … more
More than 80 people from all walks of life recently rubbed elbows in a packed conference room at the Parker Valley Hope residential treatment facility, celebrating 20 years of treating individuals battling substance abuse in the Denver area. The … more
A surgery technician pleaded guilty to taking fentanyl, an opiate more powerful than morphine, from Swedish Medical Center — a crime that raised concerns that hundreds of patients might have been exposed to HIV. Rocky Allen, a former Navy medic … more
The Elbert County Board of County Commissioners granted Bridger Wireless Inc. a special-use permit for the construction of a cellular tower along with associated equipment buildings on a 68-acre parcel near the town of Simla at a regularly scheduled … more
William L. Armstrong is remembered as a man of success — in business, politics, family and faith. The theme of his funeral service was a phrase he often recited: “Jesus, Jesus, Jesus.” “There's no more fitting theme to Bill's … more
Mallory Pugh displays a professional, no-frills attitude whether she is scoring a goal or delivering an assist in a soccer match. So her reaction July 12 to being named a forward on the U.S. Women's Olympic Soccer team for the Summer Games in Rio … more
After World War I, 16 members of the American Legion's leadership decided to start an special branch of the organization to recognize their added level of service on the home front and provide a unique opportunity for camaraderie. The group culled … more
Frederick Douglass, the eminent abolitionist, author and social reformer, once said that it is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. For me, that explains why we must expand young Coloradans’ access to early childhood … more
Many Douglas County residents don't realize some of the people closest to them are skipping meals or choosing between paying for medicine, rent or food. Robert Peterson wants them to know that hunger and food insecurity are very real problems, … more
Growing up in Chicago, Whitney Henwood observed how poverty affected families, but going to Haiti in 2011 was unlike anything she had ever seen. “Our love for Haiti grew after the earthquake in 2010,” Henwood said. Henwood and her husband, … more
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