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There are some days, primarily in the summer months between May and September, when Coloradans should re-think partaking in vigorous exercise outside. But that doesn’t mean the air quality here is so concerning that everybody should feel they … more
Representatives from two- and four-year colleges and universities and technical schools in Colorado and surrounding states will be on hand at the Elizabeth High School college fair, from 11 a.m. to 1 … more
Taryn Crookshanks looks ready to tackle anything. Her favorite accessory, a black headband with a Nike swoosh, shows her dedication to athletics, and her recent spelling bee win shows she has the … more
Employers in Colorado added 3,200 nonfarm payroll jobs from June to July for a total of 2,241,500 jobs, according to the survey of business … more
The hard work and determination Roy Halladay brought to his athletics is something Jeff Legault, baseball coach at Dakota Ridge High School, teaches to his players daily. As an assistant coach at Arvada West High School in the early 1990s, … more
Elizabeth firefighters recently performed an old tradition to celebrate placing the department's new fire engines in service. Called a push in, the tradition started from the time of horse-drawn … more
Elbert County residents can earn a high school diploma and credentialed career certificate through a Career Online High School, a program of Pines & Plains Libraries. “Earning a high school diploma is a life-changing achievement,” said Tim … more
A toll adjustment announced Nov. 9 by the E-470 Board of Directors would freeze toll rates for ExpressToll drivers through 2020. That means ExpressToll users driving the 47-mile roadway can lock in the rates they are paying today, according to the … more
Eighth-grader Morgan Fritzler is working to improve her self-awareness. “Sometimes, I have anxiety and perfectionist issues and I expect myself to get everything on the first try,” Fritzler, 12, said. “It makes me feel frustrated.” But … more
Emergency rooms are where many patients are first introduced to powerful opioid painkillers, but what if doctors offered over-the-counter pills instead? A new study tested that approach on patients with broken bones and sprains and found pain … more
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