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Time to Talk: ‘If people are in crisis, they shouldn’t have to wait’

Jo Ann Mahoney, 34, used to be insured by Medicaid, the federal public health insurance program for low-income people. It allowed her to see a therapist for depression and anxiety. Therapy, she said, … more

CHSAA will soon end mysteries of 'next year’

“Wait until next year” is a familiar catchphrase for many sports fans. The next year is approaching and Colorado high school enthusiasts are waiting for the Colorado High School Activities … more

Stock show touts near-record attendance

The recently concluded 112th National Western Stock Show boasted the second highest attendance in the show's history, with 705,574 visitors, according to a stock show news release. The largest stock … more

Rockies explore idea of moving Blackmon in lineup

Charlie Blackmon was historically good as a leadoff hitter last season. So good that the Colorado Rockies might try to move that production into a more productive spot in the lineup. As spring … more

Gala shines light on sheriff’s office’s work with homeless youths

Kyle Gallup, 20, played football, worked part-time and made lasting friends when he attended Chaparral High School. But he also paid for gas, rent, groceries, electrical bills, and anything needed to help support himself, his mother and his … more

Outdoor ice rinks offer recreation, family fun

Finding something to do outdoors in the cold winter months can be a tricky proposition, especially if it doesn’t include heading to the mountains for skiing or snowboarding. But in every part of … more

Littleton artist to show her dazzling work in Boulder

Littleton artist Sue Blosten opened an exhibit of her exuberant assemblages, “Reckless Abandon,” on Jan. 5 at Bricolage Gallery, 2870 Bluff St., Boulder (inside Art Parts). A logical outcome for … more

MW Golden builds ACC expansion

MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS recently started construction on the 7,100 square foot Arapahoe Community College Tenant Improvement project for the … more

Girl Scout cookies on sale in metro area

The wait for popular once-a-year sweet treats is over — Girl Scout cookies are available through March 11. Residents looking for cookies can use the “Cookie Locator” online at … more

Time to Talk: Connecting the dots for treatment proves challenging

Knowing whom to call or where to go for mental health care can be daunting and overwhelming. “When you are mentally ill,” said William Henricks, CEO of AllHealth Network, which provides mental … more

My Name Is... Sonya Ellingboe

About me I was born in Columbus, Ohio, in 1930. My mother was an art teacher and my dad taught economics. We moved to Pittsburgh, and my dad taught at the university there for the rest of his career. … more

Endangered African wild dog puppies born at zoo

Denver Zoo visitors have a chance to see four endangered African wild dog puppies born in November and released into the Benson Predator Ridge yard Feb. 16. The puppies were in their private … more

Globetrotting around the world

Whether you’re a basketball fan or not, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve encountered the Harlem Globetrotters at some point. The team has been entertaining basketball fans and wider … more

Douglas County: Standout Performers

Kieran McMullen, Rock Canyon He fashioned a 1-under-par on Sept. 18 at Plum Creek Golf Course and the senior tied for individual medalist honors at the Class 5A Central Regional golf … more

Schomp aids in hurricane relief

Located in Highlands Ranch, Schomp Honda teamed up with other Honda dealers in the Rocky Mountain region to fill more than 2,500 backpacks with new school supplies for children affected by hurricanes that wreaked havoc on areas of Texas and Florida. … more

Times are tough, but options exist for first-time homebuyers

Lacy Franks makes being a first-time homebuyer sound easy. Franks, who grew up in Black Hawk, bought her first home last September, a two-bedroom townhome just off I-225 in Aurora, for $220,000 after three months of searching throughout the metro … more

Time to Talk: Campaigns fight stigma that follows mental illness

Dan Jackson was at dinner with a colleague when he felt the onset of a panic attack. So he took a Xanax, prescribed by his psychiatrist to calm him. When his colleague’s tone of voice and facial … more

Red Rocks’ first New Year’s Eve concert moved due to the cold

In 2017, the year of “resist,” no genre of music embraced the fractured culture like rap and hip-hop. The genre’s artists were all over the place, some delving into the political and … more

Durango Pete is a dog with some stories

“My eyes were immediately drawn to the one who was off-white, with chocolate brown spots and chocolate brown ears … his eyes were a striking amber color — like a wolf or coyote.” Thus is … more

Live deliciously at Red Rocks’ Local Sets

During summer months, it’s not difficult at all to get people to spend an evening at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. During the much colder off-months, which are November through March, it gets a little … more
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