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Gone and just about forgotten. That description accurately characterizes the town of Edlowe in Teller County. At one time, its post office was the only one between Manitou Springs and Florissant, … more
Controversial as Thanksgiving Day shopping may be, some retailers based at the consumer-friendly Park Meadows shopping center are betting consumers will gobble up holiday sales. About 30 percent of the 160 stores at Lone Tree's Park Meadows mall … more
Sixty-six students at an elementary school in Denver will be bundled up in warm coats this winter, thanks to the efforts of SkyView Academy students and their Warm Coats, Warm Hearts Donation Drive. Johnson Elementary, located near Jewell Avenue … more
To everyone else, they are family members, friends and co-workers. To 200 Douglas County seniors, they are knights in shining armor. The Neighbor Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping seniors stay in their homes, made recent news … more
About 200 people attended a Nov. 11 event honoring military veterans at the James H. LaRue Library. Attendees enjoyed a presentation of colors by American Legion Post 1260, poetry from area students, a speech from veteran Phil Waters and a … more
When Jill Pechacek refers to her village of support, she means the one that extends well past Highlands Ranch and Colorado. It hits all 50 states and spans across oceans, reaching 13 countries. Pechacek, 46, a single mother and doctor in … more
Russian Garry Kasparov, hailed by many as the world's greatest chess player, can no longer return to Moscow to visit his mother because his political activism against the government makes it dangerous to do so. more
The CBCA released its biennial report on the arts and economy — the last report was in 2011: Total economic activity: $1.85 billion in 2013, up 5.1 percent Total economic impact: $520.8 million, down only 1.2 percent Jobs and payroll: … more
Ana Martinez, 17, rarely gets to use scissors, let alone scalpels and forceps. But on Nov. 14, she and a couple dozen other blind people got to use all of the above to dissect some sharks. “I like exploring the shark and touching it,” said … more
The city's planning board agreed with some Oakbrook residents who feel an assisted-living facility proposed for the Oakbrook Shopping Center is just simply too tall. “It's just the mammoth size of it in their face that they're upset about,” … more
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