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When I was 18, the summer between my freshman and sophomore years in college, I worked at the front desk of a manufacturing plant, and was the only woman on the site. One of my duties was to go into the production area and collect the time cards for … more
As an elementary school teacher in New Mexico, Nick Mischel had to keep a certain appearance. “In teaching, you have to be relatively conservative,” Mischel said. “I was able to have a goatee, but not a full-on beard.” Three years ago, … more
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“Archetype Revival” explores ways in which traditional archetypes can be reinvented — the theme for the 2016 class of nine Design and Build students at Museum Outdoor Arts this summer. Traditional archetypes can indeed be reinvented — and a … more
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Cindy Barnard, 59, has lived in Highlands Ranch for 28 years. She and her husband, Andy, have been married for 26 years and have two children. She enjoys the outdoor lifestyle and entrepreneurial business culture of Colorado. Barnard has a … more
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While the audience continues to find seats at Lakewood's The Edge Theater, four actors begin a slow game of pool in the Manhattan bar that takes up the entire stage space. They move slowly, carefully and gracefully around the table, which almost … more
A suspect has been arrested in a pair of daytime Littleton carjackings over the weekend. Tremaine Speer, 32, of Aurora, was arrested late Tuesday night in Denver, according to Littleton Police Chief Doug Stephens. The first incident occurred … more
Small business owner Janelle Sullivan believes Colorado’s minimum wage should be raised but says a proposed increase on this year’s ballot goes too far. “It’s too much, too fast,” said Sullivan, who has owned Hot Pots Studio on Main … more
Years of back and forth between the reform-minded majority of the Douglas County School Board and members of the community in opposition boiled over last month. The June 21 school board meeting began with protests outside the school district … more
For Centennial resident Skylar Ferentz, attending the May 21 Shooter Jennings concert in Castle Rock was a no-brainer. She and her husband are huge fans of the southern rock outlaw, so much so that “The Deed and the Dollar” was the first dance … more
Summer is in full swing, which means most Coloradans are spending more time outdoors. Whether it's a hike through Chatfield State Park, a bike ride along the High Line Canal, or a barbecue out back, wildlife encounters are inevitable. And snakes … more
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