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Town officials will soon decide whether to approve the first step for a development that could change Parker's western landscape. Stroh Ranch Development is asking to amend its planning documents so it can use 1,536 acres of land south of Stroh … more
In Denver, craft coffee is almost as common as craft beer. That trend is trickling into the south suburbs as well. “Littleton is a different demographic than the city. Rather than having a bunch of coffee-educated people come through the door, … more
Don’t know much about history. Don’t know much biology. I know what a slide rule is for, but you can have it. It’s looking like I am going to exit with some serious gaps. I am in the wading pool of scholarship. I am still learning, mind … 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
The Green Mountain team successfully defended its Class 4A baseball title as they accepted their second championship trophy in a row by besting Lewis Palmer 4-0 in the May 27 playoff … more
As a busy autumn season kicks off at the Denver Art Museum, three new curators have joined the museum staff. Each brings special skills to share with area arts lovers and each position is endowed by special donations. ● Tianlong Jiao is the … 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
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
With 12 candidates vying for five seats after a successful recall signature drive, this year's Jefferson County school board race is considered a very important election, determining the political direction of the state's second biggest school district. more
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
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