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If release of the inner Rembrandt is only a blank canvas and a few brushstrokes away, Tama Peck and Suzy Sadak of Blondies Art Happy Canvas Gallery on Main Street in Elizabeth can help. They have the blank canvas and will adeptly direct the … more
The focus was on business as the five Republicans fighting for a shot to unseat Sen. Michael Bennet debated May 12 at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce. Denver Business Journal president and publisher Pete Casillas moderated the debate … more
Superheroes of all sizes and ages packed the aisles, lobby and parking lot of Hall of Justice Comics on May 7, as customers and cosplayers came to the event. “It's awesome,” store owner Jon Garnett said of the turnout. The store has been open … more
The Elizabeth Stampede's Community Rodeo returns to Casey Jones Park on the weekend of May 21 and 22, with old and new events to bring more boots to the bash. “It's kind of a `thank you' to the community from the Elizabeth Stampede … more
Jan Wilusz is an occupational therapist and has four young children, twin 7-year-old boys and two girls, ages 6 and 3. “I can’t afford to work,” Wilusz said. “I want to work. I love my career, but it would cost me more to work and put the … more
The Town of Elizabeth held its annual Town Clean Up Day on May 7, but tidying up the town's parks and streets was not the only work carried out on that Saturday. Several other groups in the area got an early start to beat the chilly weather that … more
With the Elizabeth Stampede less than a month away, pounding hammers and buzzing sanders are not the only sounds echoing inside the arena at Casey Jones Park. Each Friday, the beat of hooves, hoots of delight, and the steady, amplified voice of … more
The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce will host a debate featuring the five Republicans challenging Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet on May 12. Candidates Darryl Glenn, Jack Graham, Jon Keyser, Robert Blaha and Ryan Frazier will participate in … more
Most Americans believe that slavery ended with Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. Todd Tueller told students assembled at Rocky Vista University that isn't the case. Tueller was at the Parker school May 2 for an advanced screening of “The … more
When James and Victoria Newcomb built their modest house in 1911, they couldn't picture how the Town of Parker would develop and evolve around it. More than a century later, Parker continues to grow and change around the Newcomb House, but Wayland … more
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