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The Gold Award is the highest honor Girl Scouts can earn. And they must truly earn it, said Girl Scouts spokeswoman AnneMarie Harper. “It asks girls to look at themselves and find out what their interests are,” Harper said. Then, “how … more
It has been much more than 100 years, but good health and lunch has always been important in Palmer Lake. Former car conductor John Reed Judd, and his wife Annie, came to Colorado on advice of … more
As 7-year-old Mayson Bader got ready to lift her closest buddy, Taylor Hoffman, 8, into the air, she snickered and looked out into the crowd of hundreds sprawled out on the lawn. She wasn’t breaking a sweat in the 85-degree weather, her confidence … more
South Suburban Parks and Recreation District board member Sue Rosser described the May 23 re-opening of Willow Creek Park playground as “a madhouse of excited kids and parents.” Months delayed by winter snow and heavy spring rain, … more
With 62 Colorado breweries and more than 2,500 people, the 10 annual Highlands Ranch Beer Festival helped raise more than $21,000 for Highlands Ranch students who are planning to attend college. Since 2003, the Highlands Ranch Community … more
If interested in supporting those with neurological disorders, come out to the local unite@night walk at 6 p.m. on June 20 at Redstone Park. Disorders like Chiari malformation, syringomyelia and related disorders such as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, … more
Wheat Ridge resident Chris Mangold’s first service dog saved her life when she fell into a coma. “That dog was eventually retired but I missed it so much because the dog is like a life partner,” said the former nurse, who is legally blind … more
Blast from the past Born in 1910, I grew up on a farm in Traverse City, Michigan. My dad would have to walk four miles to get groceries or visit family. It was such a different time and everything was hard. We didn't always have fun. We had to go … more
Millions of people in the United States struggle to do something that could save them money and, in some cases, save their lives. “Americans are burning candles at both ends and not making sleep a priority,” said Dr. Stephen Duntley, medical … more
With the arrival of summer, it's time for gleaming beauties to roll out of the garage and onto the roadways.Whether it's a car, truck or motorcycle, revelers at Parker Days will be struck by the … more
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