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Lots to learn about and experience at RMNP this summer

Front Range Colorado has one of the most expansive outdoors laboratories in the nation. We enjoy thousands of acres, a short driving distance from the east side urban center, offering a massive … more

Harry Potter, Nikola Jockic and Kim Kardashian walk into a Twitter thread...

A couple of days ago, the video game “NBA 2K20” released its player ratings. As I understand it, (I don’t have a lot of time for video games) these ratings are used within the game to determine … more

Teacher survey results provide ‘opportunity to learn from each other’

“This school is led by an effective team.” “I would recommend this school as a good place to work.” “I would recommend this school as a good place for students to learn.” For some … more

Renaissance Festival offers an escape

When Christopher Baker wanted to propose to his wife, Rosie, he knew exactly where to buy the ring. Both he and Rosie attended the Colorado Renaissance Festival in their childhood and teenage years. … more

Mixing business with friendship can work

Like me, you have probably heard this saying repeatedly, “Never mix business with friendship.” You may have even had an experience that didn’t turn out so well when you tried to partner with a … more

Place of shelter shouldn’t become place to swelter

Former talk show host Dick Cavett said he saw Groucho Marx on the streets of New York, and told him he was a big fan. Marx said, “If it gets any hotter, I’m going to need a big fan.” After 22 … more

Photography exhibit at Higher Grounds to benefit Nepalese school children

Dawa Sherpa starting taking professional photos in 2013 while studying at the School of Creative Communications in Nepal. Today, he is selling his photography to benefit school children in Nepalese … more

Golden councilman recognized for public service

Golden City Councilman Jim Dale says there’s a saying in the Air Force that goes: “Service Before Self.” Through everything he’s done, from his military career to now serving as a Golden City … more

Speed, stubbornness lead to wins at Mile High Nationals

Greg Anderson is very fond of Bandimere Speedway. Anderson, the 58-year-old from Mooresville, North Carolina, drove his Summit Racing Chevrolet Camaro to a first-place Pro Stock finish for his second … more

Moms grieving loss of a child invited to retreat

Moms who are grieving the loss of a child are invited to a three-day conference in September at the YMCA of the Rockies Conference Center in Estes Park. Hosted by the nonprofit Umbrella Ministries, … more

Local historian, journalist Irma Wyhs dies

Editor’s note: This story is ongoing, and will be updated as more information is available. Irma Wyhs, a local historian and accomplished writer, died on June 29 in Iowa. A former Jefferson … more

Two drowning deaths in Jeffco over wet weekend

It was a deadly weekend for Jefferson County, with water runoff likely causing two deaths. Lakewood resident Jeannette Reynolds, 38, died over the weekend due to a possible drowning, according to the … more

Dinosaur dig wraps up near C-470 and Santa Fe

Picture the scene: a muggy afternoon, 66 million years ago, on a mucky river delta. Crocodiles and turtles crawl among flowers and ferns beneath towering sycamores. On the river bank, a 30-foot … more

.5K race `for all ages' will help stop child abuse

Wheat Ridge resident Halley Gruber may “not be running a real 5K any time soon,” she said, but she's fully prepared for Ralston House's .5K Endurance Challenge coming up in August. “I've been … more

Survivors of Nazi horrors to give talks

Two people with ties to the Holocaust will share their experiences in the Littleton area in the first week of August in unrelated events. On Aug. 6, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema at the Aspen Grove … more

Research eyes women’s higher Alzheimer’s risk

New research gives some biological clues to why women may be more likely than men to develop Alzheimer’s disease and how this most common form of dementia varies by sex. At the Alzheimer’s … more

RTD’s 50-year history builds path to future

A lot can happen in 50 years, and that is definitely the case in the world of transit. In the Denver area, the Regional Transpiration District — which launched in 1969 — has seen its share of new … more

Free, call-in meditation service program offered through library

Every Wednesday morning, Littleton resident Steve Cohen looks forward to calling the Jefferson County Public Library. He's not calling to look for a book, find a movie, or other services libraries … more

G Line flaggers removed

After years at their posts, those flaggers at G Line train crossings are finally headed home. The Regional Transportation District (RTD) obtained initial approval from the Federal Railroad … more

MOPAR speeds into Golden

MOPAR fans filled the streets of downtown Golden July 18 for the 18th annual block party. The event acts as a kick-off each year for the Dodge Mile-High National Hot Rod Association Nationals held at … more
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