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Health officials are strengthening warnings about the potentially fatal consequences of mixing prescription painkillers and sedatives like Xanax, saying the combination can lead to breathing problems, coma and death. The Food and Drug … more
A blazing sun reflected off the well-polished hoods and fenders of about 70 cars and trucks at the seventh annual car show at Spring Valley Golf Club in Elizabeth on Aug. 28. “I can't believe there's this many cars out here,” said John … more
The 18th Judicial District has become the first in Colorado to go all-digital with the legal process known as “discovery.” District Attorney George H. Brauchler volunteered his district to be the first in the state to go live with a new … more
“Adventure on the High Line Canal, Charting Our Course for the Next Century” Chapter 3: Our Story. Area residents who count the High Line Canal as a part of their lives are again invited to share opinions at several community open houses, … more
Rebekah Leach grew up loving dance, but she really fell in love with the movement when she started training in college in 2003. On the wall in her dance class was a poster for aerial dance. “That image of this girl dancing in rope just looked … more
Republicans and Democrats produced candidates Aug. 25 for this fall’s election to fill a short-notice vacancy on the Elbert County Board of Commissioners. Vacancy committees for both parties met following the Aug. 15 resignation of Commissioner … more
Natalie Holschuh, 8, smiled as she walked her goat, Zoe, around the show ring at the Junior Livestock Sale Aug. 5 at the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo. Zoe outweighed her by 22 pounds and had won second place in her market class earlier in the … more
Churches usually welcome new families into their congregations with open arms and a seat in the pew, but the Parker Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is using black-and-yellow crime scene tape. A family of hawks recently built a nest in … more
A universal health care proposal headed to Colorado ballots this fall has exposed some painful rifts among the state’s liberals. The tension boiled over last week when the left-leaning activist group ProgressNow Colorado held a news conference … more
As Elbert County Democratic chair, Jill Duvall has repeatedly stressed the importance of having her party represented on the ballot in Elbert County. When it was discovered that Marie Soderberg was not eligible to run for the District I county … more
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