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Four people, including a doctor who previously lived in Parker, have been arrested in connection with the deaths of at least two people as a result of unlawful distribution of prescription drugs. A federal grand jury indicted Dr. John Alan … more
Jerky is not just gas station junk food anymore. Premium meat companies all over the country have jumped into the market, selling high-end versions of the dried, cured meats. One of those companies is La Vaca Meat Company on Littleton’s Main … more
While Deb Nabb explains her ways of rehabilitating neglected dogs, Canello sneakily applies a few affectionate licks to her cheek. The boxer mix's face says so much when he looks at his foster mom, namely that he's grateful to have found … more
Fewer Americans are visiting libraries — which means they're missing out on the changes at such institutions, according to results of a Pew Research Center survey released April 7 at the Public Library Association's annual conference in … more
High school students who get too little sleep — or too much — are also more likely to drive drunk or take other risks, according to government researchers. The scientists say they don't know if sleep issues cause teens to take dangerous … more
Elbert County Republicans will now have two options in the District I primary for county commissioner, scheduled for June 28. According to Rhonda Braun, Elbert County elections manager, Republican Jim Whistler successfully petitioned to have his … more
Maybe you have been part of a group discussion before where the initial conversation and topics seem benign and harmless enough. The tone and flow of the early discussion leads you to believe that you can probably enjoy spending time with the group, … more
Tell me if you have heard this one. A snake goes into a bar. The bartender says, “I can’t serve you.” The snake says, “Why not?” “Because you can’t hold your liquor.” My father never told a single joke in my lifetime, … more
Edith Tonnessen grew up in a time before cars and airplanes reached her hometown in Norway. For much of her life she had to walk almost everywhere she went. She may have been onto something. On April 2, Tonnessen turned 102, and she didn't show … more
Alan Lammle's long-awaited to Colorado is almost upon him. After almost a year of anticipation and worry, Lammle successfully received a pancreas transplant on March 15. The surgery went well and Lammle is healing, albeit slowly. He is scheduled … more
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