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Guest column: Civil dialogue is needed on Colorado’s energy future

They say you shouldn’t talk politics, religion or money in polite company. We disagree. We believe that controversial issues deserve collaborative and innovative problem solving working to keep … more

Letter to the editor: Bill would bring a boost

As the president of the Cutthroat Chapter of Trout Unlimited in Littleton, I strongly support the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Future Generations Act (SB18-143), a bill that will provide critical … more

Looking for and finding simplicity is the fastest pathway to success

I don’t know about you, but there have been so many times, too many times, where I have done things the hard way. Looking back, I can clearly see the path that would have been much simpler, so much … more

Let’s roll back the years for look at gender-bias history

This one is for Emily Davison. Davison died June 8, 1913, four days after she was run over by a horse. If you have heard of her, raise your hand. I don’t see many hands. Back to her in a minute. … more

Homeless in Jeffco: One day on the streets

Every year in January, a small army of volunteers from churches, human services departments, nonprofits and law enforcement fan out into communities across the nation and conduct a point-in-time … more

Denver Restaurant Week spotlights growing dining scene

The Denver metro area has been growing at an unparalleled rate over the last few years, and all those new people have a few things in common — one of those things is, they’ve all got to eat. … more

Lanes will be abuzz with titles on the line

Three classifications of the state high school girls swimming and diving championships will be Feb. 8-10 in Thornton and Fort Collins. But swimmers and divers will not be alone in being crowned … more

Photographer to give tips on outdoor composition

Perhaps viewing a sweeping stretch of the great outdoors causes puzzlement over how to capture the essence of a scene. Author and photographer Nasim Mansurov, founder of Photography Life, will offer … more

Divers navigate twists and turns

Most high schools and colleges combine swimming and diving into one sport, and they are part of the same meets. But in reality, the two are more different than the same. “Truly, the only thing we … more

People with disabilities have options for fitness

The energy at Pure Barre fitness was running high. Thumping music, grunts of exertion and the smell of sweat filled the air as fitness specialist Briget Russomanno led the workout class. “You can … more

Zoo celebrates birth of Linne’s two-toed sloth

A baby Linne’s two-toed sloth was born Jan. 28 at the Denver Zoo. The baby, whose name has not been chosen nor its gender identified, was born to Charlotte Greenie, the zoo’s 21-year-old female … more

Carlos Fresquez art highlighted in gallery show on Santa Fe Drive

“Sangre Colorado: Carlos Fresquez Mid-Career Survey,” open through March 24 at Metropolitan State University’s Center for Visual Art, (a must-see for those interested in area art) is not only a … more

Lit Fest brings national artists to teach aspiring writers

As a person who started writing for pleasure back in elementary school, I can confirm that while the actual act of writing is a solitary one, the only way to improve your writing is to share it. … more

Former Bronco McCaffrey takes over Valor program

Ed McCaffrey's bonds to Valor Christian go back a long way, and now the former Denver Broncos wide receiver has been named the new Eagles football coach. Valor Christian Athletic Director Jamie … more

Renowned Western writers discuss genre with readers

Readers and writers filled the large theater at the Arvada Center on Jan. 27 for “Western Reboot: Authors of the Modern West,” where they listened to a panel of accomplished authors and featured … more

Capitol report: A look at what's happening in the state Legislature

Work season for the Colorado state Legislature began in the shadow of sexual-misconduct claims from last fall and amid continued exasperation over rising housing prices and traffic and transportation … more

Funeral procession, services honor Adams County deputy

Adams County police officers were joined by police from across the state and thousands of well-wishers Feb. 2 to say goodbye to Deputy Heath Gumm, a man described as a witty prankster with a promising career in law enforcement. more

With early start this season, flu hammers much of nation

Sick with the flu? You've got a lot of company. The flu has continued to blanket the U.S., with only Hawaii being spared. In late January, one in 15 doctor visits were for symptoms of the flu. That's … more
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