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Legal marijuana is giving Colorado a stinky conundrum. Visitors can buy the drug, but they can't use it in public. Or in a rental car. Or in most hotel rooms. The result is something marijuana advocates and opponents feared — people toking up … more
In the days leading up to the July 4 holiday and in the week to follow, Elbert County residents will have plenty to do as summer gears up with events across the county. Independence Day celebrations begin in Elizabeth on July 2, the Saturday … more
Marijuana use among Colorado high schoolers has not increased since legalization, the state health department reported recently in a new batch of youth survey results. The 2015 Healthy Kids Colorado survey of about 17,000 middle and high school … more
Any elementary school teacher who has taken students outside for class will tell you it can be a disaster. For Rocky Vista University students who recently crossed Colorado's northern border for field training, disaster was the whole point. Over … more
It's a sunny summer morning at the shopping center at 18921 Plaza Drive, but the lights are off and the air is tinged with a musky aroma inside Purgatory Cellars Winery. It's winemaking day, and co-owner Gary Tassler sits at a small table covered … more
Who among us hasn’t had one of those moments – we walked into a room and forgot why, we misplaced keys, or forgot an appointment. Is it simple forgetfulness or is it something more? According to Harvard Health, concerns about declining thinking … more
Bill Seagraves’ first career was engineering for a defense contractor. After 12 years, he quit that job to operate his own computer services company. After eight years of “crawling under people’s desks,” he went into financial … more
Castle Rock resident Dean Hargrave, 69, brought his immaculate, orange 1970 Mach 1 Mustang to Wilcox Street last weekend. “I bought this car for my son in 1984 in Fargo, North Dakota, for $400,” he said. “We spent three years getting it … more
Nicole Shultz has two children, ages 5 and 7. Like most parents, she’s endured the task of putting sunscreen on small, squirmy bodies. “You want coverage that you can wipe quick and go,” she said. Shultz, of Highlands Ranch, uses … more
Jordan Stubbings learned last year that he needed to work harder, so he spent a lot of time in the barn at his Elizabeth home. Stubbings, a junior at Legend, hit .230 as a sophomore baseball player. “Last year was first year on varsity, I … more
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