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Incoming Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, wants to create laws that help families make decisions at the dinner table. For Neville, this means passing legislation aimed at reducing health care costs, defining parental rights, protecting the Bill of … more
“rePOPulated: contemporary perspectives on pop art” opens Jan. 22 in the Main Gallery at the Arvada Center and runs through March 29. At the same time, the Upper Gallery will host a collection of work by Phil Bender, Colorado's Pop master, … more
Writer John English has spent untold hours gathering historic photographs of the West from the Library of Congress and museums all across the country, and his newly published “A History of Colorado in Photographs” includes several this reader … more
On a fine summer's day in June 1914, Inspector Ian Rutledge is focused on proposing to his dear Jean and their subsequent wedding plans. News comes to him from his office at Scotland Yard of a murder to the north, which will soon be followed by a … more
With much fanfare, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce moved into the Highway 105 location in 1985, but the building itself has quite a storied history. It’s been a bit transient. According to a … more
Beginning in February, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce will be relocated to 166 Second Street in Monument, in what was once the town hall, and recently served as Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection … more
Outstanding performances abounded from some of the nation’s most talented young pianists at the 56th annual Jefferson Symphony Orchestra International Young Artists Competition on Saturday, Jan. 10. Twelve finalists were selected to compete for … more
Colorado is among the more than 40 states that have been hit hard by the flu this fall and winter, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The south metro area has not been spared, with area hospitals seeing a rise in cases, … more
Final numbers aren't yet in, but shopping center managers in the south metro area believe full parking lots, full shopping bags and smiling consumers point to an economically merry holiday season. “We believe the holidays were very strong for … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper's administration wants to help people who have been unemployed at least 26 weeks find jobs with a $3 million initiative aimed at connecting them with interested employers. Hickenlooper on Jan. 8 announced the plan, which … more
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