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It’s a sacrifice bunt it can pay off

In today’s high school baseball, most of the attention is focused on pitch counts, hitting and base running. A key sacrifice bunt often goes unnoticed. But it remains an important part of baseball, … more

Young artists display works in show at high school

Inspired by the natural beauty of their home state, famous artists and supportive teachers, student artists throughout Elizabeth School District put forth their best work, and many walked away with … more

Teens doing the right thing are recognized at banquet

Some kids run fast and punt well. Some kids join every club and ace every test. Some kids simply do the right thing, and those are the kids that the community celebrated in April. The Elizabeth … more

Elizabeth students pitch in to help out

Groups of teens scoured the grounds for trash in Castlewood Canyon State Park one day last week. Sporting royal blue “Big Help” T-shirts, participants happily jumped from boulder to bank to find … more

About letters to the editor

Colorado Community Media welcomes letters to the editor. Please keep in mind the following rules: Submit your letter in a Word document or in the body of an email to … more

Jazz orchestra coming to Lone Tree Arts Center

“I started the CJRO (Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra) out of respect and affection for this art form,” said Lone Tree resident Art Bouton, who is professor of saxophone and co-chair of jazz … more

Broncos visit Casa Bonita for draft picks

It was more than just the typical Saturday rush that brought dozens of people to Casa Bonita on the morning of April 28. The Denver Broncos took over the famous restaurant for the third day of the … more

Elizabeth High rodeo team is no easy ride

Instead of cleats and helmets, a number of young athletes wear Western boots and hats when they compete as members of the Elizabeth High School rodeo team. The team is small and includes … more

Cohrs digs into new role as town manager

Matt Cohrs officially became Elizabeth town manager on April 2. Each work day he is in town, spending time in his office or out attending meetings and gathering of groups like the chamber of … more

More details emerge in teacher murder case

Details are beginning to emerge in the case against Dan Pesch, the man charged with murder in the 2010 death of popular Kiowa High School teacher Randy Wilson. Pesch, 34, was arrested a few days … more

‘All the Rage’ eyes pioneering pain treatment

Boulder physician Mark Strom remembers his time working with fellow physician John Sarno in New York City very clearly. “I almost couldn’t believe the patients he was seeing were getting … more

Poll finds most Americans think teachers are underpaid

Americans overwhelmingly believe teachers don't make enough money, and half say they'd support paying higher taxes to give educators a raise. The findings of the new poll from The Associated … more

Medicare leaves gap in care for patients with opioid addictions

One in three older Americans with Medicare drug coverage is prescribed opioid painkillers, but for those who develop a dangerous addiction there is one treatment Medicare won't cover: methadone. … more

Caliber food drive helps stock shelves for summer

Caliber Collision is collecting donations for its seventh annual Rhythm Restoration Food Drive, continuing through May 11. Customers, business partners and the public are asked to “fill ‘er up” … more

Sisters a winning combination for Ponderosa

Jensen Ellis is a playmaker for the Ponderosa girls soccer team. She controls the Mustangs’ offense and her precise passes often to lead to goals. Jensen’s younger sister Jazlynn has benefited … more

Painter celebrates anniversary with reception at Parker studio

Painter Jay Moore is celebrating five years in his downtown Parker studio location with exhibition of a body of new works. Visitors are welcome to see his new paintings reflecting his love of his … more

Jazz Age classic continues to be assigned of the times

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” was first published 93 years ago today (as this is being written). Fitzgerald was only 29. He would live another 15 years after a short career in both … more

The most important step to success is step one

Have you ever had this incredible urge and surge to take on a big project or massive idea? You probably know what I mean, the kind of project that when we first think about it we get so excited that … more

Mammogram follow-ups can be fraught with fear

It could have been a luxury spa day. Five women sat gathered in a small waiting room, clad in purple smocks with pink trim, listening to soft music and indulging in individual-sized snacks of cookies … more
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