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Elbert County Sheriff's Office: Student arrested for threats, teacher cited for failing to report

A 15-year-old student at Elbert School has been charged with making threats against students, and a staff member has been charged with failing to report the threats, the Elbert County Sheriff's … more

Charter approved for Republican women's club

The National Federation of Republican Women has approved the charter of a new Republican women's club in Colorado. Ranchland Republican Women was chartered April 4, and Marlene Groves will lead the … more

Judge: Colorado electors must follow popular vote

Colorado's presidential electors must vote for the winner of the state's popular vote, a federal appeals judge ruled April 10 in a case filed by three dissident electors who sought to vote for … more

Letter to the Editor: So thankful for STEM story

Thank you for Christy Steadman’s excellent article about girls (and women) in STEM courses and careers in last week’s issue. The American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) 2010 … more

Former NHL referee reflects on 1,629 games

Dave Jackson, the former National Hockey League referee who lives in Highlands Ranch, grew up a fan of the Montreal Canadiens and admits he worshiped players like Guy Lafleur plus a horde of other … more

Deep Space venue selling, showing artwork in Parker

A member show and sale fills exhibit space at Deep Space Gallery Event Center, 11020 S. Pikes Peak Drive, #50, Parker, through May 5 with paintings, sculpture, photography and more in both … more

Finding common ground on issues of mental health

Put six Republicans and three Democrats on the same Denver stage, and you might not expect them to agree on anything. When it comes to improving mental health care, however, you can find common … more

Preparing for change, managing change and accepting change

As a frequent traveler I spend a lot of time on airplanes, in hotels, and in rental cars or Uber/Lyft rides. And I spend a lot of time in different cities around the world. With all of this travel, … more

Looking for things that will keep? Keep looking

When I was 18-19, I thought I wanted a career in hand-drawn illustration, and my goal was album covers. Glad I didn’t. Hand-drawn illustrations are mostly gone, and so are (long playing) album … more

Day of note for record stores

One of the best things about the annual Record Store Day event, where local record stores all over the metro area open their doors to an intense rush of passionate music fans, is meeting people who … more

Springtime brings book events around Denver metro area

Might we say the smell of printers’ ink is in the air? Or, maybe with books online, that’s no longer viable. In any case, April is Poetry Month nationally, Arapahoe Community College holds its … more

Tall Tales Ranch planned for Lone Tree

"Six degrees of separation" is the theory that every person on the planet is six or fewer steps away from each other. In more common terms, it's the concept of “a friend of a friend of a friend.” … more

Numerous Colorado counties looking to CodeRED for emergency alerts

When a gunman opened fire on Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputies in Highlands Ranch on New Year’s Eve, spurring a 90-minute standoff with authorities, many nearby residents received calls, … more

Women to compete for title of Ms. Colorado Senior America

Twelve contestants ages 60-95 will compete May 26 for the title of 2018 Ms. Colorado Senior America at the 24th annual pageant. The women will sing, dance, perform comedy and show off their evening … more

Fashion is in style at Denver Art Museum

Jim Howard became emotional as he looked at the beautifully framed and exhibited fashion illustrations, created during his 40-year career. “Drawn to Glamour: Fashion Illustrations by Jim Howard” … more

Capitol Report: Schools, road funds see gains as budget advances

The Colorado state Senate approved a $28.9 billion state budget — about $2 billion more than last year's — over opposition from only four Republicans and four Democrats. The 26-8 vote on April 5, … more

Young Republican Club invigorated by D.C. trip

The next generation of Elbert County Republicans recently got back from the nation's capital. The small crowd engaged politicians, toured monuments and returned home with a renewed diplomatic vigor. … more

Program offers path from military to civilian careers

Douglas Chimenti guided 650 soldiers and their families across three countries. His annual budget was about $3 million. He knows how to calculate trajectory. Chimenti recently applied to about 90 … more

Cardinals gain experience at Arizona tournament

Baseball was the focus for the members of the Elizabeth High School baseball teams when they spent their spring break playing four games in Arizona. “It is always nice to leave Colorado's chilly … more

Comfort dogs in court irk some lawyers, judges

As dogs and other animals are increasingly used in courts to comfort and calm prosecution witnesses, a few voices are calling for keeping the practice on a short leash, saying they could bias juries. … more
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