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Attorney Ken Geddes grew up in Victor during the ‘30s and ‘40s. His parents owned and published the Time Record from 1941 to 1951. Talking with Geddes a few years ago, the conversation … more
As a seemingly non-stop wave of court rulings that favor marriage equality continues to make headlines, it has come as no surprise that Democrats have been quick to praise decisions that are moving Colorado closer to the reality of same-sex … more
A recent court decision on hydraulic fracturing is leaving supporters of the big-money drilling practice hopeful that the momentum of the contentious debate is now in their favor. A Boulder County District Court judge on July 24 struck down … more
A Houston family adopted a black Labrador three years ago, knowing he had terminal cancer. The Roberts family gave Duke the best three years a dog could have. And they made his final day a dog's … more
So 2,000 miles, 28 hours of driving time, more than 200 songs, a couple of bags of Big League Chew bubble gum, a bag of sunflower seeds, several waters, a few milkshakes and fast food burgers, and at … more
The City of Denver could become "one big farmers' market" after the city council recently approved an ordinance that allows Denver residents to sell from their homes fresh produce they have … more
The Village Bandstand — the Highlands Ranch Concert Band's outdoor summer concert series — will present its annual free program especially planned for the younger area residents. “Playin' in the Park” will be held at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 2 at … more
Phamaly Theatre Company has chosen “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” as its 25th-anniversary musical, and delivers a well-directed, imaginative production through Aug. 10 at the Space Theatre in the Denver Performing Arts … more
Through a watery scrim, we see a stormy sea and a ship's passengers in serious trouble — they've got our attention. Quickly, the scene shifts to a jungle, with a variety of interesting sounds and a house on stilts where the storm survivors — … more
“I believe we all have stories to tell. I believe we are all writers,” said Eleanor Brown. Her first novel, “The Weird Sisters,” was on The New York Times best-seller list and was also a Colorado Book Award winner. She also has published … more
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