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USA Cycling team member Cari Higgins knows how to lean into curves on a bicycle; perfecting her form in a wind tunnel didn't come quite as naturally. “Coordinating your body was hard,” said Higgins, who flew with her teammates at Lone Tree's … more
As it turns out, there are about 15 different streams in Alaska that are called ‘Cripple Creek,’ but as usual, the one most remembered — is the one where the gold was. That one, first … more
Lovers of the horse, as well as horsepower, gathered the evening of Aug. 8 at Centennial Airport to rein in hope — and funds — for the SaddleUp! Foundation, an Elizabeth-based organization that provides equine-assisted therapy to special needs … more
Western Welcome Week 2014 started off with a bang Aug. 8 with fireworks at Sterne Park, where visitors also enjoyed the Lion's Club annual barbecue. Events throughout the weekend included trivia at Platte River Bar and Grill, the pancake breakfast … more
Matt Nichol and the rest of Castle Rock Boy Scout Troop 261 spent their time at the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo selling popcorn and soda to raise money for their troop. Pulling wagons full of drinks in the hot sun can be tiring work, but a free … more
Scattered rain showers weren't enough to keep the crowds away from the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo on Aug. 10. Carnival rides were churning out screams and games were turning out winners, including a few who went home with a goldfish. The indoor … more
People lined Wilcox Street in downtown Castle Rock to watch the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo Parade the morning of Aug. 9. Horses, classic cars and floats of all kinds made their way through the town as families watched and cheered from camped-out … more
Just five years after it started, the Highlands Ranch-based South Metro Out of the Darkness Walk is among the largest and most successful in the nation. The fifth annual event aimed at suicide prevention and awareness is at 10 a.m. Sept. 6 at … more
Dr. Tovah Klein, author of “How Toddlers Thrive,” adviser for “Sesame Street” and director of the Barnard Center for Toddler Development, will speak and answer questions from parents and caregivers at Smoky Hill Library, 5430 Biscay Circle, … more
New York Eater, the national website that has a Denver version (www.denver.eater.com), has tracked the culinary trek of Colorado chefs who have packed their knives and migrated to The Big Apple. more
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