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Littleton resident Scott Norby and his wife, Joie, along with their three children, are just one family trying to make a difference on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. “I always have faith that I’m supposed to go there,” … more
Cafe Valet, a St. Louis-based coffee service company for hotel rooms, has deemed Denver the fourth most pretentious city in the U.S. Is it our obsession with outdoor activities? Pilates? Yoga … more
A new exhibit, “Searching for Home: Homelessness in Colorado History,” at History Colorado Center explores the state’s long history of economic struggle and the complexities of an issue often reduced to simplistic stereotypes. The … more
Have I ever felt entitled? You bet I have. Have I ever felt like I deserved more than I had, or better than I was getting? Absolutely. Have I ever come across as arrogant and entitled? Sadly, at times, yes. Thankfully, much of that has been in my … more
Investing has become a lot more complicated than in my grandmother’s time. One of her favorite sayings was “five ways from Sunday.” Building wealth is a daunting task any day of the week, especially now with zero interest rates and low stock … more
Following a recent designation as a Level-2 trauma center, Parker Adventist Hospital is poised to save more lives of critically-injured patients. The jump from Level 3 to 2 means Parker Adventist can now treat patients with major spinal cord and … more
A mountain lion was seen at Black Bear Golf Club Nov. 16. It's among the first reported sightings this year in the Parker area. The golf course is in Canterberry Crossing on the east end of Parker. more
While a majority of B-17s made their way to Europe during World War II, one hit the U.S. Army Air Corps inventory too late to ever see military action. However, thanks to a compelling love story and a tenacious Colorado filmmaker, the Aluminum … more
Benjamin Wann was 9 years old when he went into status epilepticus, a constant state of seizing. He was taken to the hospital and prescribed Valium, a sedative drug, to reset his brain's activity. “He could hardly pronounce Ben, the short … more
National signing day for the early signing period was Nov. 11. The following schools reported to Colorado Community Media athletes who signed letters of intent. Arapahoe - Julia Hall, track, Michigan; Charlie Leonard, lacrosse, Notre Dame; … more
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