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While the 2017-18 influenza season officially began Oct. 1, 27 cases of hospitalized influenza had already been reported to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment between Aug. 1 and Sept. 30. That is more than double the typical … more
District Court Judge Jeffrey K. Holmes sentenced Agate resident Shawn Geerdes to 144 years in prison for the death of a former partner in a marijuana business and setting a fire to cover it up. On July 19, an Elbert County jury found Geerdes, 48, … more
On a late summer morning in a gated, golf-course community, a man with brown boots and a trailer is getting his hands dirty. He loads a garage-full of trash, old furniture and electronics into a hulking green trailer — leaving space for his next … more
The migration of animals to their winter habitats can lead to a rise in animal-vehicle collisions in fall and winter. That is one reason the Colorado Department of Transportation, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Colorado State Patrol are … more
When Parker resident Nick French established Frangiosa Farms in 2008, he had two goals in mind—help save the bees, and harvest pure, raw honey to package and sell locally. Nine years later, his … more
Zackari Parrish was the type of deputy who would shield a child's eyes if a parent were being handcuffed, explained Castle Rock Police Chief Jack Cauley. Parrish took the lead in organizing a … more
Cottonwood, catalpa, silver maple, blue spruce and white oak are the fastest-growing tree varietals for Colorado’s Front Range communities, while hawthorn, piñon pine and hackberry are some of the slowest growers, according to a report by the … more
One Coloradan died approximately every 27 hours on average from a prescription opioid-related overdose in 2015, according to Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment data. While that … more
John Voehl lives something of a double life. A retired Lockheed aerospace engineer from Littleton, he’s a devoted husband and grandfather. But to thousands of people across the country, he’s Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president. Voehl is … more
In July 2016, Richard Braden woke up and couldn’t hear his grandfather clock. The 80-year-old Lone Tree resident knew that years of working with “big guns” in the U.S. Army had caught up with him, but it gave him the idea for his first … more
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