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Sportsman's Warehouse to open in Parker

Sportsman's Warehouse will open in February in Parker in the building that previously housed Gander Mountain. The Alaska-based sports and outdoors retailer will be located at 18420 Cottonwood Drive, … more

Colorado Horse Park says it plans to continue operations

The Colorado Horse Park recently issued a news release in an effort to dispel rumors that it is shutting down for the 2020 season, but the park has yet to find a replacement for its show director and … more

Proposed treatment facility has some neighbors on edge

More than a dozen Elbert County residents gathered at the Elizabeth Library on Dec. 11 to learn more about Healing Pines Recovery, a residential treatment facility being proposed at 5550 County Road … more

Parker Food Network stars dish on food truck show

Brad Brutlag and Mike O'Neill have big plans for their Big Stuff food truck. The Food Network stars of the competition reality show "The Great Food Truck Race" hope to open an “empire” of Big … more

Colorado auto group takes high polluters off road: 5 things to know

In 2007, Colorado's then-Gov. Bill Ritter made a push to tackle climate change. Among the efforts: suggesting that Colorado adopt a policy similar to California's stringent auto-emission regulations. … more

Getting in the spirit of the season at St. Nicks

It's hard to be a “Bah, humbug” type at St. Nicks Christmas and Collectibles. The sprawling store at 5221 S. Santa Fe Drive, topped by a statue of Santa Claus, is perhaps the sole remaining … more

Lone Tree council approves In-N-Out Burger

Executives for In-N-Out Burger aim to open both of its first Colorado locations on the same day — they just won't say when exactly. On Nov. 19, Aaron Anderson, project manager for In-N-Out Burger, … more

Molson Coors closing Denver office, cutting 500 jobs

Molson Coors Brewing Co. is laying off 500 workers worldwide and restructuring its operations as it faces declining beer sales. The company expects to save $150 million by closing offices in Denver … more

Good as gourd: Elizabeth cops decide pumpkin spice doughnuts are perfect ingredient for brew

What happens when you turn Elizabeth police officers loose inside a brewing room at The Elizabeth Brewing Company? With a huge, open tank of bubbling mash just begging for them to add a special … more

Women learn about ways to improve their health at expo

Women of all ages enjoyed a day of health, education and beauty during Colorado Community Media's second annual Women's Health and Beauty Expo on Oct. 5. Along with Gold Sponsor Swedish Medical … more

Hammering out troubles is boon for military vets

Nic Meyer, owner of Rhino and Ravens Forge in Elizabeth, served his country for 22 years in special operations, deploying to Afghanistan three times alone. He and his company spent most of their time … more

Lockheed wins contract for moon spacecraft

The spacecraft that could return astronauts to the moon got one step closer to liftoff in September, as NASA announced it finalized a contract to order up to 12 Orion space capsules from aerospace … more

Kaiser Permanente, unions reach agreement, likely averting October strike

Facing down the possibility of a strike by tens of thousands of workers nationwide, Kaiser Permanente and the coalition of Kaiser workers' unions reached a tentative deal that the coalition called a … more

Eatery is place to spend unhurried time with friends

The Naked Goat Cafe and the Naked Goat Farm have neither a farm nor a goat au naturale. What the Elbert cafe does have is Mark and Gina Dunham’s vision of friends gathering to enjoy each other’s … more

Pending Kaiser Permanente strike: 5 things to know

A few thousand Kaiser Permanente workers in Colorado may join tens of thousands nationwide in an October strike that a union says is a push for fair negotiation and wage increases that keep up with … more

Elizabeth community seeks clarity on comprehensive plan

More than two dozen community members gathered at the Elizabeth Library the morning of Sept. 12 to speak with Elizabeth Mayor Megan Vasquez and community leaders to discuss the town’s comprehensive … more

Temple Grandin urges workforce inclusion, trade skills

Local community leaders recently heard from renowned autism advocate Temple Grandin on employing people with disabilities and workplace inclusion. Developmental Pathways serves individuals with … more

Holly Acres Nursery gives to nature

The warm summer breeze awakens the slumbering nursery, rustling though the tree branches that gently nudge the birds and squirrels awake. The breeze continues its journey through the nursery and … more

Wicked Rooster Farm breeds unusual hens

When a farm is named Wicked Rooster Farm, there is the natural assumption that roosters are the main attraction and all else is secondary. Granted, roosters can be mean, domineering, … more

Oil and gas defenders, critics test Colorado's new law

Colorado has just begun rewriting its oil and gas rules under a new law that flips the state's priorities from producing energy to protecting the public, but industry defenders and critics are … more
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