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Water providers taking lack of precipitation in stride

Five years ago, the Denver area got one of its largest February winter storms on record, when 15.9 inches of snow fell between Feb. 2 and 4. Fast-forward to Feb. 26, 2015, and Denver set an all-time … more

People with disabilities have options for fitness

The energy at Pure Barre fitness was running high. Thumping music, grunts of exertion and the smell of sweat filled the air as fitness specialist Briget Russomanno led the workout class. “You can … more

Zoo celebrates birth of Linne’s two-toed sloth

A baby Linne’s two-toed sloth was born Jan. 28 at the Denver Zoo. The baby, whose name has not been chosen nor its gender identified, was born to Charlotte Greenie, the zoo’s 21-year-old female … more

Carlos Fresquez art highlighted in gallery show on Santa Fe Drive

“Sangre Colorado: Carlos Fresquez Mid-Career Survey,” open through March 24 at Metropolitan State University’s Center for Visual Art, (a must-see for those interested in area art) is not only a … more

Lit Fest brings national artists to teach aspiring writers

As a person who started writing for pleasure back in elementary school, I can confirm that while the actual act of writing is a solitary one, the only way to improve your writing is to share it. … more

Renowned Western writers discuss genre with readers

Readers and writers filled the large theater at the Arvada Center on Jan. 27 for “Western Reboot: Authors of the Modern West,” where they listened to a panel of accomplished authors and featured … more

Elizabeth voters will rule on lodging fee

When Elizabeth residents vote in the April 3 municipal election, in addition to choosing a mayor and two members of the town board of trustees, they will be deciding whether a proposed hotel/motel … more

`TV Tuesdays' is a hit

Every other week the student-created, award-winning “TV Tuesdays” program is aired to the whiteboards in every Elizabeth High School classroom. Hundreds of student hours of planning, preparation, … more

Capitol report: A look at what's happening in the state Legislature

Work season for the Colorado state Legislature began in the shadow of sexual-misconduct claims from last fall and amid continued exasperation over rising housing prices and traffic and transportation … more

Funeral procession, services honor Adams County deputy

Adams County police officers were joined by police from across the state and thousands of well-wishers Feb. 2 to say goodbye to Deputy Heath Gumm, a man described as a witty prankster with a promising career in law enforcement. more

Health insurance expected to be on front burner in fall elections

Republicans on the campaign trail this year will be eager to tout the potential benefits of their tax cut plan. Voters like Jeanine Limone Draut, a freelance technical writer in Denver, have … more

With early start this season, flu hammers much of nation

Sick with the flu? You've got a lot of company. The flu has continued to blanket the U.S., with only Hawaii being spared. In late January, one in 15 doctor visits were for symptoms of the flu. That's … more

Schoolhouse on Mainstreet reopening near end of month

After more than three years of work, the historic Schoolhouse on Mainstreet, at 19650 E. Mainstreet in Parker, will reopen Feb. 24 with an open house for the public from 10 a.m. to noon. The … more

Chorale concert will support music programs for children

Voices West will hold a “pay-what-you-are-able” concert at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 at Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton, to support music programs at Littleton’s East and … more

Baseball finally gets much-needed longer season

First off, I have to declare that I believe most professional football, basketball and baseball seasons are too long. I’ve always complained that the baseball regular season drags on and the “dog … more

Program helps preserve Roxborough State Park

Roxborough State Park is a National Natural Landmark, a Colorado Natural Area and a National Archaeological District that has been established to protect the scenic beauty and resource diversity of … more

The right question to ask focuses on how life was lived

We all have known someone who has sadly passed away. And many times we find ourselves answering a very common question when we speak with another person who just found out about someone’s passing, … more

If you consider taking a chance, consider not taking a chance

I have a suggestion: Do not eat laundry pods.However, if you use noodle soup to clean the tub, I may be wasting my time In 2017, there were more than 12,000 calls to U.S. Poison Control because of … more

Castle Rock business brings back ‘sounds of life’

Until recently, John Laitinen didn’t like Christmas. The Castle Rock man suffers from hearing loss, possibly because of his six years as a U.S. Army engineer or his later career working on race … more
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