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An armed man thought to be holding a juvenile hostage in the Canterberry Crossing subdivision surrendered Jan. 6 The Parker Police Department took the suspect into custody without incident. … more
Dr. Richard Kurin will speak about his new book, “The Smithsonian's History of America in 101 Objects,” at 1 and 7 p.m. on Jan. 11 at the History Colorado Center. He is the institution's undersecretary for history, art and culture, and he offers … more
Nancy Begley was familiar with the P.L. Travers book and with the movie, but of her lead role in PACE Center's Jan. 15-31 production of “Mary Poppins” she said, “It's a dream I didn't know I had — it's really exciting. Two months prior to … more
Winners of the 2016 Commissioner's Choice Award at Lone Tree Arts Center have been announced: Diane Cornish and Cindy Welch. The two painters will present a show called “Explosion of Color” at LTAC from Jan. 8 through March 4, with art … more
In 2015, the Plains Conservation Center engaged more than 10,000 students in its mission of educating as many people as possible about the endangered grasslands here and throughout the world. In 2016, that number should expand as the Denver Botanic … more
Four local area painters will collaborate in an exhibit called “Forever Florals,” scheduled to counter the winter blahs in Town Hall's Stanton Gallery from Jan. 14 to Feb. 17. It also complements the name of a new musical that starts on Feb. 15: … more
How many times in our lives have we uttered the word “If?” “If only I would have…” “I could have made it if only I didn’t …” “If the sun wasn’t in my eyes.” “I would have been on time if I didn’t run into … more
Just like they do each year, the Ataderos celebrated little Jaryd’s birthday on Jan. 2. The difference between this party and others is the boy wasn’t there to enjoy it. “Every year, we buy him a birthday cake and put candles on it and my … more
It’s true that many times the most valuable player on a basketball team doesn’t have gaudy statistics, but it’s still meaningful to highlight a few of the state individual leaders from games played before the holiday break. Kolton Peterson … more
One of two 16-year-old female students accused of making a violent threat against Mountain Vista High School has been charged as an adult with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder with extreme … more
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