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An initiative that may appear on Colorado’s November’s ballot would, if adopted, nearly triple the state’s current cigarette excise tax. This, we believe the evidence shows, will usher in a wave of cigarette smuggling and other undesirable … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, has become the first House Republican to expressly distance himself from Donald Trump in a campaign ad. Coffman — who is seeking a fifth term representing the 6th Congressional District — faces a competitive … more
As an author, I’m supposed to have a “platform.” That is, I’m supposed to have a website, a blog or two, and a social media base that numbers in the tens of thousands … more
Do you have an elevator pitch? Is it any good? Do people want to engage you afterward to learn more? If you can’t answer yes to these three questions then read on. With the increasing … more
For 40 years, Larkspur has transcended time and space, taking guests back centuries with its annual Colorado Renaissance Festival. “The atmosphere just exudes fun,” said Wayne Keller, who has been coming to the festival for the past 10 years. … more
The annual Buffalo Bill Days takes place July 29-31 in downtown Golden. A complete schedule of Buffalo Bill Days activities can be found at www.buffalobilldays.com.Test your knowledge with Buffalo … more
Clark Wilson, 12, was at summer camp in Massachusetts earlier this month when the new app, Pokémon Go, was released for iPhone and Android. “All the camp counselors were talking about it as soon as it came out,” Wilson said. Though the … more
Brahm Bechtold rides a Harley-Davidson cruiser, a bike he says is made for taking it easy and enjoying the scenery. He and his wife and passenger, Dagmar, say new motorcyclists should wear helmets, but they feel safe without them because they … more
Paige Fox recognizes that many people don’t understand what she does. “Ten years ago I would have thought all of this was crazy,” Fox said. Fox is a certified classical homeopath with a home and practice in Parker. Born and raised in … more
When Adyson Meyer first picked up a Pokémon game two years ago, she never predicted she would compete in the 2016 Pokémon U.S. National Championships. The 9-year-old from Arvada wanted to play the game because her brothers made it look so fun. … more
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