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From the Editor: Going to 5

Recently, State Rep. Bob Marshall did exactly what he said he was going to do when he ran for office — he introduced a bill that would require large counties to expand from three- to five-member … more

Finance Column: An economy in flux

We survived 2022, but will 2023 be better? One could hope but some of the same economic issues still haunt us. Therefore, volatile financial markets may continue for a bit. Many investors may recall … more

Column: We cannot manage what we do not know

As a partner and potential sales channel to the enterprise selling team, they were faced with a decision to make about an interaction they had with a new account executive they had just started … more

Guest Column: 2023 is off to a fast, exciting start

The excitement of the new year has yielded busy calendars for many of us, particularly those of us in Arapahoe county government. Despite the freezing temperatures, 2023 is off to a fast start with … more

A story ‘Hotter Than Egypt’ at the DCPA

No matter where people find themselves, marriage is a complicated bond. There are always going to be challenges — nobody is immune. The all-important marriage vows are put to the test in “Hotter … more

From the Editor: Heart of the matter

We are fully emerged into February, the month each year when medical professionals and healthcare organizations try to bring more awareness to heart health. While it should be a year-round priority … more

Column: Rising above the noise

Starting in 1996 I began living in Highlands Ranch and in 2001 bought a small a condo in Edwards, Colorado. The elevation in Highlands Ranch is about 5,800 feet, and Edwards is just over 7,500 feet. … more

Peak winter brings top entertainment

Once every couple months, I get completely bowled over by how much there is to do in the metro area and have to dedicate a column to celebrating the wonderful variety we all have in our backyards. … more

Business Corner: The complicated space between capitalism, life and death

If Damar Hamlin had died, would you be less likely to watch the Super Bowl? The National Football League is a $18-billion per year industry, so a lot was riding on that question. Fortunately, the … more

From the Editor: Average is OK

Being average is OK. I will say that again. Being average is OK. I recently started listening to the book “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F#@@.” I have to admit my husband recommended it a couple … more

Column: Playing through the pain

The game was close, there was less than two minutes to go, and the field was a mix of snow and slush. On the previous play, his hand had been caught between two helmets as he attempted to make the … more

Y/OUR Denver Photography highlights city in flux

Even though many of us see the Denver skyline daily, there are all kinds of new perspectives and little touches that we may never notice. But the Y/OUR Denver 2022 photography exhibit, the fifth … more

Column: Sell the sizzle and buy the sizzle

Recently I went back and reread the book “Sizzlemanship” by Elmer Wheeler. Elmer Wheeler is credited with being one of the original pioneers of sales skills training and motivation industry. … more

From the Editor: Housing in-depth

In recent weeks, Colorado Community Media unveiled the long-time-coming series — The Long Way Home. Throughout most of 2022, all our reporters from all regions worked on developing an in-depth look … more

Take a visit to ‘The Great American Trailer Park’

Musicals have taken place in all kinds of magical and far-flung locations and still managed to capture elemental human truths. But as “The Great American Trailer Park Musical,” Miners Alley Playhouse’s latest production, hilariously demonstrates, you can access those same truths in places a little closer to home. more

Column: Our focus controls our balance

As a part of his workout, he included time standing on inflatable balance discs in between sets of weightlifting. His goal was to maintain his balance on the disc for 45 seconds while standing on … more

Column: A new year, a clean slate

As we usher in 2023, we say “good riddance” to the market mayhem of 2022. “A year to forget” is how one of our research partners dubbed 2022. Despite a modest rebound for many asset classes … more

From the Editor: Enough already

Earlier this month the news dropped that President Joe Biden was not so perfect in handling classified documents. Same as his predecessor Donald Trump. As the story unfolded throughout the week, it … more

Northglenn celebrates Betty grace Gibson

For the late Betty grace Gibson, being a self-taught artist didn’t mean never taking an art class or workshop. As her daughter, Linda Drumm, recalls, being self-taught meant was taking things she … more

Parker Chamber Corner: Feeling optimistic in new business opening

Mike German’s new business has been open less than a month, and he’s feeling optimistic. While many Americans are searching for safe ground in the face of bear-market retirement balances and … more
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