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My Name is Rev. Annie Arnoldy

About me I was born and raised in Greenwood Village — not too far from here. I went to Hope United Methodist Church. I attended Colorado State University and have a BA in English. I then went to … 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

Letter to the editor: Laydon for commissioner

Laydon for commissioner Abe Laydon has the experience to responsibly represent the citizens of Douglas, County. Many Douglas County residents are concerned about government spending. Abe knows that … more

Grabbing that low-hanging fruit can help you reach mountaintop

One of my favorite quotes is this, “The fruit we eat on the mountaintop was grown in the valley.” I have heard this quote many times and it is usually attributed to either Fred Smith or Billy … more

Redbarre plans groundbreaking but has no home

Parker remains “at or near the top of the list” of the possible new home of Redbarre, a movie and television media production company, according to a Redbarre spokesman. Redbarre originally … more

The rise of cornhole: no pain, just grain

You can find Keilan Wilbanks playing cornhole three or four nights a week — he practices almost daily. “It’s a social thing. You can do it outside or inside,” he said. “It’s kind of like … more

Letter to the editor: CDOT takes a toll

CDOT takes a toll We should take a peak at the leaders of CDOT, who get paid to construct and maintain our state roadways. Why did we construct a new exit and exchange at the north end of Castle Rock … more

There’s a lot to be said for a moment of silence

Man goes to see his doctor and says, “Doc, every time I hit my hand with a hammer it hurts.” Doctor says, “Stop hitting your hand with a hammer.” That’s one of the oldest jokes I’ve ever … more

Expect annual boom in lowbrow behavior

It doesn’t hurt to ask, but I know what you’re going to say. Wouldn’t it be nice if the Fourth of July came and went without any residential explosions? They’re illegal. They’re annoying. … more

PoloFest gallops into Sedalia this month

An event rolls into Sedalia this month that aims to make people believe in polo, while also serving up first-class music entertainment. PoloFest, which as the name suggests is both a music festival … more

Mistrial declared after surprise testimony in case of trucker accused of killing trooper in I-25 collision

In an unexpected turn of events, a Douglas County judge has declared a mistrial in the case of a man accused of killing a Colorado state trooper after hitting him with his vehicle in 2016. Noe … more

Front Range Ski Bus now open

The Front Range Ski Bus, Denver's newest option for transportation to the slopes, is now officially open. The bus will take skiers and snowboarders … more

My Name Is ... Jesse Padilla

About me I was born in Louisiana because my dad was in the Army. I graduated from Lincoln High School in Denver. I worked at McDonald's for nine years and six months. I left four years ago because I … more

American Museum of Western Art is one of Colorado’s treasures

A visit to the American Museum of Western Art at 1727 Tremont Place in Denver is a pleasant excursion for area art lovers — as well as a good spot to take visitors to the area. Check the website … more

Five-day state baseball tourneys left big impressions

After five days of scrutinizing the state baseball tournaments at All-City Field, I have a few observations. The facility is one of the best for high school baseball and it sure has changed since I … more

Vista’s Flanigan named AD after years in tennis

Jim Flanigan has a new job at Mountain Vista. He is now a maintenance man. No, not that kind of maintenance man. Flanigan, the tennis coach for the past 13 years at Vista, is the school’s new … more

Entertainment center expected to open late this year

By the end of this year, Highlands Ranch will be home to Colorado’s first Main Event Entertainment. The 50,000-square-foot center will offer 22 bowling lanes, more than 130 arcade games, a ropes … more

Jazz festival returns with new bands, returning favorites

Evergreen is about 1,400 miles from New Orleans. But July 27-29, the scenic mountain community will become “Bourbon Street with Altitude” as it hosts the 17th annual Evergreen Jazz Festival. … more

Letter to the editor: Good point on pay

Good point on pay I second Smith Young’s letter to the editor printed in last week’s edition. I do not begrudge the pretty good pay and all the vacation breaks teachers get. Teaching is … more

Letter to the editor: More needed on transportation

More needed on transportation Nice job by Ellis Arnold summarizing this year’s legislative accomplishments in the recent article “Session delivers bills on transportation, pension reform.” … more
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