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An Arvada resident and her horse took top honors during two recent Colorado Horse Park equestrian competitions in the Olympic disciplines of eventing and dressage. The Colorado Horse Park Horse Trials and the Dressage at High Prairie Shows I, II … more
Fifty years is the big part of a lifetime. But a most vivid memory could pop up just about anywhere in a long, happy span. Rodger and Judy Voelker had just lived in Palmer Lake about six months … more
The majestic, hilltop home is accessible only by taking a winding driveway off a remote county road or jumping a 7-foot fence. “It’s not just a random house,” said Sam Evig, deputy district attorney for the 18th Judicial District … more
The afternoon of June 16, 1965, a tornado struck Palmer Lake on the Palmer Divide, south of Castle Rock. With the ground already soaked from the day before, heavy rain fell, and East and West Plum Creeks filled with water. Kent Brandeberry was a … more
When Elbert County Sheriff Shayne Heap attended a safety fair in Littleton six years ago, he decided that holding a similar event in Elbert County would be a good idea. Since 2011, the sheriff and his staff have done just that. It was estimated … more
A Parker nonprofit shifted its focus in a matter of moments when an earthquake struck Nepal. MountainChild, a 501(c)(3) with offices in Parker, San Antonio and Birmingham, Alabama, typically has about 40 volunteers on the ground in Nepal at any … more
The Colorado Department of Education awarded the Elizabeth School District a Building Excellent Schools Today Grant for $335,353 to assist with the cost of replacing the roof at Singing Hills Elementary School. The award was announced on June 3, and … more
Whether it was the surprising drop from the Super Shot ride, a leap off the Stunt Jump tower or a chance meeting with a celebrity, the faces say it all about Parker Days, which is in its 38th year, … more
For the second year in a row, the Elizabeth School District is hanging a help-wanted sign on its front door to replace 22 percent of its faculty. The number of teachers resigning from the district this year is consistent with last year's resignation … more
Bridgette Yeboah-Spaun had no idea she would fall in love with someone in the United States when she came here from Ghana to study nursing, she said. Four years later, she was elated to take pictures with her husband Ben shortly after becoming a … more
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