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History and nature were on display July 27 as Jefferson County celebrated 100 years of Beottcher Mansion on Lookout Mountain in Golden. The mansion originally served as the Boettcher family summer home and seasonal hunting lodge when it was built … more
Mayors and staff from Centennial, Bow Mar, Wheat Ridge and more got a window seat into the lives of communities in west Denver, Lakewood and Golden during the recent Metro Mayor Caucus’ transportation event. Lakewood Mayor Adam Paul and Golden … more
Beth Whyman had words of wisdom for her golf group — “putting is from the neck up” and “train your husband to do the housework.” Whyman is one of 48 women in the Indian Tree 18-Hole Ladies Golf Club that meets at the Indian Tree Gold … more
This year’s annual Buffalo Bill Days included a special detail compared to previous years — it was the 100th anniversary of William F. Cody’s burial on Lookout Mountain. (Cody was better known as Buffalo Bill.) Buffalo Bill Days, which took … more
Coworkers describe Valerie Carberry as someone who has a special ability to meet patients exactly where they are — literally and figuratively. Sometimes that means caring for patients at a home, hospital or park. Other times it means meeting … more
From density to spaciousness I grew up in a densely populated area on the east coast. When I came west, I was astounded with the beauty, particularly Clear Creek Canyon. I’ve lived on Lookout Mountain for 46 years. My husband and I met out … more
Travis Carey, sports director at Red Rocks Church, will tell you that athletics have greatly improved his life. He met his wife while on a Red Rocks Church sporting teamteam and has grown lasting friendships through various other athletic … more
Part of the reason Alexis Munoz-Kubitsch and her daughter Neveah spent two weeks in Nicaragua this past month had to do with water - but not the beach. Instead they were members of the Casa Unida Foundation team working on projects seeking to … more
Glass artist Corey Silverman, is used to creating special items at the request of his clients. But when Rich Neumann, marketing and outreach supervisor for Westminster’s Parks and Recreation department, walked into the studio last year, … more
The emotion that Nancy Rynes remembers most when she woke up on that January day in 2014 was anger. It wasn’t anger at the texting driver that had hit her while she bicycled around the Lafayette roundabout. It wasn’t anger about the injuries … more
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