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The young, talented athlete with perfect posture maintains remarkable equilibrium after taking control of the prize, never looking back, keeping both eyes trained on the objective. Working in perfect unison with a teammate, the competitor navigates … more
Mike Straka has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and calls himself a “trained scientist.” But his career path changed when he became chair of the Colorado Aviation Business Association about five years ago. “When you're flying,” said Straka, who's … more
The Parker Days festival was the biggest yet for the town, with cooperative weather and a large turnout. “It was a great year,” said Sara Crowe, special events director for the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce. “Watching kids interact with … more
Wayne Connell knew his wife, Sherri, was ill, but nobody else could tell. “We would park in disabled parking and people would yell at us for parking there,” Connell says. “We'd have people follow us all the way into the store, then my wife … more
Knights, tavern wenches, jesters, pirates, fairies and royalty mingled June 11 and 12 at the opening weekend of the 40th anniversary celebration of Colorado Renaissance Festival in Larkspur. Inside the castler walls, sword fights were taking over … more
From inside the drive-thru window at his small coffee shop, Wes Crespi sees too many people these days talking on cell phones and not enough of them sitting on stoops. Growing up in Brooklyn and Queens, New York, Crespi remembers how neighbors … more
In the realm of nerd, one can always go a little deeper. And for area self-proclaimed nerds and fans of the pop culture phenomenon, that’s where the Denver Comic Con comes in. “We’re putting on a show that we’d want to attend,” said … more
“There are so many misconceptions in the public about what we do here,” said Elbert County Election Manager Rhonda Braun. “We don’t do something sinister in some back room. We encourage them to come see us and ask questions.” To help … more
In a unanimous decision, the Elizabeth Board of Trustees voted to continue the town’s Deer Management Program for another season. Initiated in the fall of 2014, the program that allows limited hunting of deer within designated areas inside the … more
For the fourth summer in a row, Elizabeth United Methodist Church is sponsoring Sackit!, a free sack-lunch program. The church, located at 724 E. Kiowa Ave., will offer sack lunches 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays. All visitors are … more
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