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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

HRCA complaint response alarms some residents

Some community members have used social media to voice concerns regarding the Highlands Ranch Community Association’s response to complaints on residential property. One resident was alarmed when her neighbor informed her that someone thought … more

Time to Talk: A shared story

Growing up in Highlands Ranch, Sydney Chapin, 19, had everything she needed: a nice home where she lived with her parents and younger sister, good schools, close friends, money to pay for a tutor or … more

National Western Stock Show prepares for January events

Each January for the past 112 years, Western has been the preferred fashion in Denver during the run of the National Western Stock Show. This year’s festivities kick off Jan. 6 and the schedule of … more

Icescapes class teaches cool photography

Nature photographers may find themselves bummed by the muted pallets and bleak landscapes of winter, but South Platte Park interpreter Victoria Sutton has a remedy: ice photography. “Photography … more

Schmitz earns job at advertizing agency

Advertising agency Cactus, Denver, has hired Kate Schmitz as Interactive Director, on all accounts. Previously Schmitz was Interactive Director at … more

Castle Rock businessman urges congressional panel to monitor regulatory bureau

Congressman Mike Coffman (R-CO), chairman of the Investigations, Oversight, and Regulations Subcommittee for the Small Business Committee of the U.S. … more

Holiday spirit hits Highlands Ranch

Town Center South radiated Christmas spirit on Dec. 1 for Hometown Holiday. Hosted by the Highlands Ranch Community Association, the annual event offers something for everyone: trolley rides, … more

High school athletes take time to help team of fourth-grade girls

It’s easy to notice Makena Prey’s talents on the basketball court or the golf course. However, the Golden High School senior has also been an influence in the classroom with a 4.66 weighed … more

To get the best answers, make sure you ask the best questions

Here we are back in full swing of the new school year. My guess would be that many of you reading this column have already asked the question, “Did you do your homework?” And you probably heard something like a short and muffled, “No.” Or a … more

Dr. Dave Verebely to host open house, show new procedure

Dr. Dave Verebelyi at the Colorado Center for Photomedicine in Highlands Ranch has a new device and is hosting an open house event Oct. 27. Verebelyi … more

Rock Canyon students leave their mark downtown

On a recent December afternoon, a handful of Rock Canyon High School students traveled to downtown Denver to transform a gray concrete wall into a colorful Colorado landscape. The students, along … more

‘Under Five Flags’ stretches from Korea to America

In “Under Five Flags” by Hackchan Rhee and Marta L. Tullis: From a small farm town in what is now North Korea, an ambitious 13-year-old boy named Sungchun started out in winter to walk “through … more

Former Valor football coach excited about his new job

Rod Sherman is excited about the upcoming high school football season. I know because he used the word “excited” several times in a brief conversation. Yes, I know, that statement might sound … more

What could possibly be wrong about wanting a perfect world?

My therapist asked me to describe my perfect world. “No one goes hungry, for one thing,” I said. “Very admirable.” “Affordable health care options for everyone.” “Very admirable.” “No one wears a baseball cap … more

Gathering for Gumm, thousands honor fallen deputy

Adams County deputies were joined by law enforcement officers from across the state and thousands of well-wishers Feb. 2 to say goodbye to Sheriff’s Deputy Heath Gumm, a man described as a witty … more
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