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After World War I, 16 members of the American Legion's leadership decided to start an special branch of the organization to recognize their added level of service on the home front and provide a unique opportunity for camaraderie. The group culled … more
It’s summer, and high school sports are in a timeout. So it’s a good time for a debate, discussion, examination, argument or whatever you want to call it. The internet is filled these days with the pros and cons of sport specialization, … more
Frederick Douglass, the eminent abolitionist, author and social reformer, once said that it is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. For me, that explains why we must expand young Coloradans’ access to early childhood … more
Many Douglas County residents don't realize some of the people closest to them are skipping meals or choosing between paying for medicine, rent or food. Robert Peterson wants them to know that hunger and food insecurity are very real problems, … more
Growing up in Chicago, Whitney Henwood observed how poverty affected families, but going to Haiti in 2011 was unlike anything she had ever seen. “Our love for Haiti grew after the earthquake in 2010,” Henwood said. Henwood and her husband, … more
“Connor's going to start the whole thing. He's going to start with the twos and go to the threes. Once he gets to the threes, he'll hit the fours,” Chris Albers tells his crew. “Once he's done with the fives, he's going to tell Greg and … more
Peggy Sheahan's rural Otero County, on the plains of southeastern Colorado, is steadily losing population. Middle-class jobs vanished years ago as pickling and packing plants closed. She's had to cut back on her business repairing broken windshields … more
Babies born on and around July 4 at The Birthplace at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital celebrated the nation's independence with red, white and blue thanks to donations from Operation Heartstrings. The group of women from Douglas and Elbert Counties … more
Among believers, the Great Commission is the call from Jesus to his followers to take his teachings around the world. And that’s what Global Connection International — a nonprofit Christian organization— works to do through its various … more
Southglenn Library’s Super Sidewalk Sale will be held July 15-17 at the branch of Arapahoe Libraries, 6972 S. Vine St., Centennial. Books, collectibles, CDs and audio books for all ages will be available. Through the sale of used books, the … more
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