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Thomas Westbrook had a feeling something was wrong at ITT Technical Institute earlier this year. “A few of us had an inkling something was fishy because they stopped taking new students in,” the Westminster resident said. He said school … more
The resignation of District II County Commissioner Kelly Dore in August has created an unusual election season in 2016. With two commissioner seats already up for grabs, the addition of a third race for the District II seat has given Elbert County … more
The bodies of two young Americans who died fighting the Islamic State group in Syria were returned to their sobbing families early Sept. 16 in simple, gray caskets that were pulled from an Amtrak train in Denver as throngs of sleepy passengers … more
Mike and Rachael Sundeen have driven past the new Gander MTN store before, but the evening of Sept. 13 was the first time they saw people going in. Though they didn't have an invitation for the exclusive pre-opening event, they said the store's … more
Parents know the frustration of trying to get that gunky pink antibiotic into a tot screaming from an ear infection. A one-time squirt of special ear drops one day might replace that ordeal. It's only been tried in animals so far — chinchillas, … more
Elbert resident Charlene Morgan won the  2016 American Quarter Horse Association’s world championship title in ranch riding at the Adequan Select World, a horse show open exclusively to amateur exhibitors age 50 and older. Morgan, riding a … more
The Eastern Colorado Workforce Center held an open house at its Elizabeth office on Sept. 15 in conjunction with Gov. John Hickenlooper's proclamation declaring September Workforce Development Month in Colorado. “We offer help with résumés, … more
At a central intersection in Highlands Ranch — where South University Boulevard and Highlands Ranch Parkway meet — sits a UCHealth Emergency Room. Less than half a mile north is a Concentra Urgent Care. Three miles to the west, near Town Center, … more
A record turnout of dogs took their humans to O'Brien Park to swim laps, catch Frisbees and sniff everything in sight on Sept. 10. “It's been fun and crazy as always,” Hillary Roemersberger, fitness and wellness coordinator for Parker Parks … more
This year, under a cloudy sky, the Denver metro area's first responders again paid tribute to the memory of those who died, and those who risked their lives in the Sept. 11 terror attacks on New York … more
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