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Art specific to the Western United States often depicts horses saddled and herding cattle, or harnessed, working the soil, but for centuries, they have drawn artists' attention in many visions. The Arts Gallery at the PACE Center in Parker … more
As we mentioned last week, we added a spot to our all-star basketball teams this year. You learned our seven selections for the All-South Metro Girls Basketball Team last week. In this edition, it's the boys' turn. Any coach given the chance to … more
Supporters of the Applewood Golf Course were given a way to keep the course from being turned into a housing development, if they can cover the bill. Scott Carlson, of the development company … more
About 100 prairie dogs were confiscated from a Castle Rock woman's garage April 7 by Colorado Parks and Wildlife after relocation plans for the animals fell through. The prairie dogs in question … more
Floyd Morris, a financial services leader from Fort Lupton, began homebrewing when he lived in Georgia 14 years ago. “To be honest ... there was lousy beer where I was living,” he … more
Flags go to half-staff on Wednesday at the Air Force Academy in memory of Cadet 1st Class Alexandre Quiros. Cadet Quiros died Thursday at the Academy. Quiros was a senior cadet assigned to Cadet … more
A visitor favorite since she first appeared in 1984, “Linda,” by Denver sculptor John DeAndrea, is kept in a dark, climate-controlled storage area at Denver Art Museum when not on display. DeAndrea’s hyperrealist human figure sculptures … more
On April 13, get a sneak peak of the highly acclaimed golf movie “The Squeeze” with producer/director and producer/actress days before the national theater release. The event is a benefit for The First Tee of Denver. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. … more
In October 2013, Congress shut down the federal government for 16 days, putting the U.S. economy at risk and leaving 800,000 people out of work nationwide — 40,000 in Colorado. Estes Park sales tax revenue alone dropped 18.2 percent, two of our … more
No doubt there is some heavy-duty competition taking place these days. Many businesses are fighting for a little bigger piece of the pie each and every day. And this holds true for the single entrepreneur, the small and medium-size business, and the … more
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