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Feathers will start ruffling in Westminster this fall; residents of the city will soon be legally allowed to keep backyard chickens and bees. The ordinance that will allow keeping chicken and bees was passed with a 5-2 vote on Aug. 10 at a city … more
Arvada-based film company Novel Motion Pictures announced the release of “Muted.” In this movie, filmmakers seek to increase public awareness of child abuse and encourage audiences to speak … more
Despite some heated political rhetoric from around the country, Colorado seniors know that the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit is affordable and is working, even for older men and women in the lowest income bracket. At the Colorado … more
I’m not kidding: April is National Humor Month. I’m ready. I have a brand new set of “A something walks into a bar jokes.” I plan to watch as many “Seinfeld” reruns as possible. I hear that Adam Sandler, quite simply America’s … more
What are you listening to these days? Better yet, who are you listening to? Have you ever noticed that when we fill our minds with positive thoughts, productive ideas and upbeat music, we tend to feel better and perform better in all areas of our … more
Eliminating strokes from a golf scorecard could start with workouts in the gym. Improving overall fitness and adding some golf-specific resistance training are factors that can help lower a handicap, experts say. “Any golf professional can … more
Mike Brookhart was a three-sport standout who graduated in 1979 from Cherry Creek High School. Despite his talent, Brookhart wouldn’t have become a four-year baseball letterman and team captain at the University of Northern Colorado if not for … more
It can be expensive for athletes to catch the attention of college recruiters at a summer camp, recruiting event or national tournament. Ponderosa senior-to-be quarterback Nick Wilson went to the Boston College camp along with tight end Matt … more
Recruiting websites have become one of the most popular tools for many high school athletes aspiring to play college sports. The sites allow athletes to create profiles for databases used by college coaches seeking a specific type of athlete. … more
Starting in 2010, Denver Botanic Gardens launched the first Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program at a U.S. botanic garden, with regular weekly seasonal distributions to members in Denver and Littleton — about 265 members in 2015, … more
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