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Whether it’s gewgaws, gadgets or gigabytes, the less the merrier

“My echo, my shadow, and me.” If you were to walk into my house right now, that’s about all you would see. “We three, we’re all alone, living in a memory.” I am not going anywhere, and my … more

Newly released footage sheds more light on fatal shooting of deputy

Douglas County deputies were attempting to place the man who killed Deputy Zackari Parrish on a mental health hold while he reportedly was going through a "manic episode," according to a newly … more

New businesses - September 2011

A comprehensive list of monthly business openings in the South Metro Denver area. Information provided from participating communities including … more

A family in disarray — what really happened?

A family in disarray — what really happened? more

By any name, there’s no substitute for their support

They are the players who rarely hear their names over the public address system despite their hard work in practices. They are the players who have some of the most difficult jobs on the team. They see limited varsity playing time but have to … more

Time to talk: Community members form unique mental health partnership

Several Douglas County administrators sat on one side of a large rectangular table. The deputy county attorney was a few seats down, near a deputy from the sheriff’s office. Representatives from … more

Oil, gas pipeline rules get final OK in response to tragedy

Colorado regulators approved new rules for thousands of oil and gas pipelines Feb. 13, 10 months after investigators blamed a leaking pipeline for a fatal gas explosion. The regulations set … more

EDC, Town team up to keep growing Castle Rock business in town

What began as a one-man show about five years ago has blossomed to nine full-time employees with more on the way. Thanks in part to the Town of … more

The big cheese

Chef John Wu and his wife Hong came to the United States to pursue their dreams. John’s was to be a chemist. Hong’s was to run a restaurant. After finishing his master’s degree in chemistry at the University of Texas El Paso, Wu opted … more

Musician, Wonderbound collaborate on performance

Wonderbound, Colorado’s contemporary ballet company, launches into space this season as it performs the new “Celestial Navigation” to “The Flight I Flew,” a fourth album by the Ian Cooke Band (released Oct. 20). Cellist, singer, songwriter … more

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

Shopping for a cause

The Outlets at Castle Rock held its biggest event of the year on Sept. 16: the 12 Annual Shopping Extravaganza. The annual charity fundraiser was expected to raise approximately $35,000 and gather more than 2,500 attendees throughout the day. For … more
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