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Colorado new car and truck sales increased 9.1 percent in April 2014 v. 2013 and, for the first four months of this year, increased 5.8 percent compared to a year earlier. Those results were included in the April 2014  released last week by the … more
Most World War II veterans are in their 90s and the number of them living is dwindling. According to the U.S. Veterans Administration, 555 veterans die each day. “With each death goes another story of courage and valor,” said Scott Maher, … more
Loyalty seems to have gotten run over by a Mack truck over the years. What is loyalty anyway? It is a quality or state of being faithful to your country, a person, an institution, a belief, a cause, a business etc. There is an adherence to the … more
The other day I opened up the patio door and out flew several miller moths. During the course of the next days they became more prevalent. Now they are swarming around the intersections and we now will have to put up with those pesky creatures for … more
With warmer weather and longer days officially here, we asked a group of people at the Golden Skate Park what they were most looking forward to this season. more
For years Miss Jo saw each student at Warder Elementary School, welcoming them with a smile and a hug. Prior to the start of the school year, Miss Jo, who had been suffering from cancer, passed away, to the shock and sadness of her family, … more
A random idea during the recession sparked the idea for a small business that helps people around the world, through a morning cup of coffee. In April, 2013, donor-based nongovernmental organization (NGO), Global Refuge, opened Global Goods and … more
Rocky Flats stopped producing nuclear weapons in 1989 after the FBI and Environmental Protection Agency raided the facility. It has been 25 years, yet there is still ongoing community dialogue about the land and facility — the health impact on … more
Terumo BCT is making waves in the science community with its developments in the blood component technologies area and in the local business community, as a recent award shows. David Perez, president and chief executive officer of Terumo BCT, was … more
During the hot summer months people are always looking for a way to escape the heat, and the Lakewood Heritage Center is offering military service members a free way to learn about the city in somewhere cool as a 2014 Blue Star Museum. The … more
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