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A record turnout of dogs took their humans to O'Brien Park to swim laps, catch Frisbees and sniff everything in sight on Sept. 10. “It's been fun and crazy as always,” Hillary Roemersberger, fitness and wellness coordinator for Parker Parks … more
As they looked out a fourth-floor window at Parker Adventist Hospital, members of Detective Dan Brite’s family saw a bright blue sky above and a sea of blue below. More than a thousand people stood in the parking lot, dressed in blue, to pray and … more
Corbett and Grace Lunsford live in a tiny house on wheels. The 210-square-foot humble abode is equipped with a mini-kitchen, dining area, master bed, nursery for their baby and a bathroom. From the outside, it resembles a blue rectangular box. … more
Visit Audubon Nature Center at Chatfield, 11280 Waterton Road, Littleton, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sept. 24 for the sixth annual HOOTenanny. Learn about the secret lives of owls and owl conservation with local experts. Investigate owl pellets (aka … more
Four area artists exhibit their work in Town Hall Arts Center's Stanton Gallery through Nov. 8 The show is called “Light and Lively,” in the spirit of the light and whimsical “Once Upon a Mattress” playing on the stage upstairs. Steve … more
While the regional premiere of “Water by the Spoonful” is second in the Elliott Stories by Quiara Alegria Hudes, it is a fully finished piece on its own. If the reader was able to meet ex-Marine Elliott in “A Soldier's Fugue” in the past … more
The Elizabeth School District completed upgrades this summer to three schools, improving radio communication for first responders in the event of an emergency. Running Creek Elementary, Singing Hills Elementary and Elizabeth Middle School … more
Since 2006, Elizabeth has competed and won a case full of state awards in Class 4A gymnastics. This year, the team is moving up to Class 5A. “We are a young team with 23 on our roster but only three are juniors and seniors,” Cardinals coach … more
Kids may get more of a sting from flu vaccination this fall: Doctors are gearing up to give shots only, because U.S. health officials say the easy-to-use nasal spray version of the vaccine isn't working as well as a jab. Needle-phobic adults … more
Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said officers responding to Randall Rodick's residence knew it would be a difficult call. “It was felt early on in the call that this was going to be an unusual response,” Spurlock said. At a news … more
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