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If Joseph Gutierrez could give thanks this holiday season for the best gift he ever got, this is what he would say: “Thanks for having a son or daughter who was selfless in becoming a donor, because it helped save my life and my arm.” And … more
The Legend High School band was among the thousands of travelers stranded by a winter storm that slammed the East Coast. More than 70 teens and chaperones were scheduled to return home from Florida on Jan. 2 when the cold, snowy conditions put a … more
It took a series of above-and-beyond actions for Devin Reeder to set his sights on a prize bull elk. The recent high school graduate from West Virginia even had to make the difficult switch to lefty before firing a .306 rifle at an elk during a … more
After hauling away 22 awards from December’s International Robot Olympiad, the volunteers behind the Ameribotics team only have eyes for the future. “For the number of kids we brought to competition, statistically these were huge wins,” … more
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He was working his way through his first year of college at a Greeley sugar beet plant, when the tower he was standing on collapsed and he fell about 20 feet onto concrete and broke his back. Larry Shriner, 74, of Highlands Ranch, who wasn’t … more
Going into this year’s legislative session, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle insist that their next 120 days of work will focus on jobs and the economy. But the reality is that Democrats and Republicans will spend a good portion of their … more
Changes became effective Jan. 1 on about 80 Regional Transportation District bus and light rail routes. The district makes adjustments to bus and light rail service three times a year to meet changes ridership or bus travel times. On Jan. 1, the … more
Three Douglas County residents who believe the Douglas County Educational Foundation violated its nonprofit status say a Denver judge’s recent ruling against the school district adds teeth to their allegations. An attorney for the DCEF says the … more
A Castle Rock woman, knowing some local families were struggling financially, started collecting items in her garage to distribute to people who needed them. Mela Rudolph knew the families well enough that she often knew just what they needed and … more
Going into this year's legislative session, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle insist that their next 120 days of work will focus on jobs and the economy. But the reality is that Democrats and … more
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