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Jordan Stubbings learned last year that he needed to work harder, so he spent a lot of time in the barn at his Elizabeth home. Stubbings, a junior at Legend, hit .230 as a sophomore baseball player. “Last year was first year on varsity, I … more
Emily Sloan reached her goals this season in an impressive way. The Rock Canyon sophomore won her second consecutive individual title in the 100-meter hurdles and also captured the 300-meter hurdles championship at the Class 5A State Track Meet, … more
Crave Real Burger, which launched in Castle Rock in 2010, unveiled a new burger this month that has earned it a top 5 spot in the James Beard Foundation's Blended Burger Project, a nationwide contest to make a blended burger from ground meat and … more
Mike Straka has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and calls himself a “trained scientist.” But his career path changed when he became chair of the Colorado Aviation Business Association about five years ago. “When you're flying,” said Straka, who's … more
Douglas County Sheriff's Office has a message for residents: “Lock It or lose It.” The campaign is an effort to reduce crime trends through education, social media posts and strategic enforcement efforts, a media release says. From January … more
Former ThunderRidge High School math teacher Jeffrey Falk was sentenced to 21 years in prison on June 15 after he agreed to plead guilty to three counts of sexual exploitation of a child, Class 3 felonies, according to a media release from the 18th … more
Robin Handy planted her vegetable seeds in March and, just weeks ago, her tomatoes, zucchinis and cucumbers came to life. But golf ball-sized hail during the June 7 storm left her garden in shambles, her trees stripped bare and about 3 inches of … more
About me I was born and raised in Wheat Ridge. My dad was the manager of the northwest district for City of Denver parks, where he worked for more than 35 years before retiring. At that time he was responsible for the operation and maintenance of … more
Kristen Lowden bought her 1968 Volkswagen Microbus in California, where she’s originally from. She and her husband moved to Highlands Ranch from Oregon about four years ago, and she still has her baby-blue bus. “It’s lived many places over … more
Wayne Connell knew his wife, Sherri, was ill, but nobody else could tell. “We would park in disabled parking and people would yell at us for parking there,” Connell says. “We'd have people follow us all the way into the store, then my wife … more
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