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The more than 30 men and women — from Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming and South Dakota — at South Suburban Ice Arena last week weren't wearing ice skates. Instead they were bundled up and stationed in front of a table with slabs of meat and … more
When I was 18, the summer between my freshman and sophomore years in college, I worked at the front desk of a manufacturing plant, and was the only woman on the site. One of my duties was to go into the production area and collect the time cards for … more
About 50 paintings are beautifully installed in the Gallagher Gallery on the first floor of the Denver Art Museum in a new exhibit called “The Glory of Venice: Masterworks of the Renaissance.” Of these, 19 came from the Gallerie dell’Accademia … more
With ballots set to hit the mail on Oct. 17, voters will make choices that will likely have profound effects nationally, statewide, and countywide. In addition to the unusual circumstances of three races for county commissioner seats this fall, … more
The lights in room C311 dim, and the EZTV 3 “TV Tuesday” all-school broadcast from Oct. 4 flashes up on the classroom's wall-mounted whiteboard. Following a brief intro, the six-minute and 46-second broadcast flashes from a humorous public … more
Ballots will be mailed beginning Oct. 17 to Elbert County residents who are registered to vote in the Nov. 8 general election. In order for your vote to count, ballots must be received, whether by mail or at a drop-off location, by 7 p.m. … more
In his first campaign stop in Colorado, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson tried to chart a course for libertarianism as a centrist position rather than one at the fringes of politics. “I think my stance on the issues is actually … more
When most children dream of falling, they awake frightened, relieved to be back in bed on solid ground. Sydney Kennett, 10, dreams of falling when she's awake. And the thought couldn't make her happier. Kennett, a fifth-grade student at … more
Breast cancer, a disease generally associated with women, also impacts the lives of many men: Raymond Mencini, a breast radiologist at St. Anthony Hospital, diagnosed his wife with breast cancer seven years ago. Denver resident John Dye’s … more
Sculptor Madeline Weiner’s new marble “Flower Girl” now resides in the Sensory Garden at Denver Botanic Gardens, 1007 York St. in Denver. It was dedicated on Oct. 1 by Denver Arts and Venues, Denver Botanic Garden and Weiner. “Flower Girl” … more
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