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During their years participating in competitive cycling events the world over, Lea and Sabra Davison saw plenty of little girls standing on the side of the track. “We’d see them there, but they were never all that engaged,” Sabra said. … more
When it comes to protecting their lives and property, citizens want to know their police officers are the best they can be. Many ways exist to ensure police departments are operating at top levels, but one of the most highly acclaimed is to … more
In the spring of 2002, Ken Wiig’s 17-year-old daughter died by suicide. The teen had musical talents, was organized and got good grades. But she took her life just days after she had enrolled in classes at the Community College of Denver. Wiig … more
About me … I was born in Salt Lake City, and since my father worked for the government, we lived in a lot of places like Idaho and Grand Junction. We moved to Golden when I was in high school, and my dad worked at the Federal Center for … more
The mornings are perhaps the most important time of day in Faye Doverspike’s classroom. That’s when the sixth-grade reading and writing teacher at Pleasant View Elementary School gets to know her 30 students simply as kids. “We bond … more
Staff from the Keystone Policy Center came away from the first meeting on the best way to increase blended learning opportunities — using a digital component for some or all of the instruction — with good and bad news. The good news — there … more
The 40 West Arts District hosted its first district-wide art walk of 2017 on March 3, with hundreds of art lovers checking out galleries and art exhibitions in the district. more
Imagine looking out your backyard window at night to see a sea of flames heading toward your home. For Diane Rhodus and other residents on Green Mountain, not only has this been a reality, but a constant fear. “Many of the houses in this … more
From the size of the crowds, and the lack of parking, one could be forgiven for thinking it was some kind of club or restaurant that was opening off Alameda on Feb. 25. But the hundreds of people who showed up were there for someone entirely … more
While mayors around the metro area are backing a state legislative effort restricting construction defects lawsuits that they say discourage the building of attainable housing — such as condominiums and townhomes — critics say it would take away … more
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