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More than 50 million adults in the United States suffer from a sleep-related disorder, according to the National Institutes of Health. A business opening its flagship store at Park Meadows shopping center Nov. 1 wants to help knock that number … more
While Oct. 19-25 is national Teen Driver Safety Week, experts say every week should be dedicated to making better drivers out of young people. “We’re working with teen drivers all the time,” said Ben Baron, owner of DriveSafe Driving … more
The League of Women Voters held a well-attended forum at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce in Centennial on Oct. 15, with panelists representing both sides of each of the four statewide ballot issues. Voters will decide the fates of … more
The inaugural Farm2Table Trading Post event took place Oct. 18 at the CALF, Lowell Ranch in Castle Rock with people from around the Front Range coming to meet and sample goods from local farmers and ranchers. The Trading Post describes itself as a … more
Two Douglas County School Board members have expressed public concern about the new Advanced Placement U.S. History course that sparked a firestorm in Jefferson County. Jim Geddes and Judi Reynolds said their interest is not about promoting or … more
An ambitious dream to bring a 230-acre park, field house complex and regional attraction to Castle Rock culminates Oct. 25 with the grand opening of the new Philip S. Miller Park. The park, located at 375 W. Plum Creek Parkway, west of Interstate … more
The government's response to the Ebola virus became a new focal point in Colorado's U.S. Senate race last week. During an Oct. 15 debate in Denver, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and his Republican challenger, Congressman Cory Gardner, sparred over … more
Right now, there are a few things for Mark Udall to worry about. Recent public polling has indicated a coalescing of majority support for the Democratic senator's challenger to his re-election bid, Republican Congressman Cory Gardner. Then … more
The Rotary Club of Castle Pines hosted its sixth annual Chili Cook off Oct. 18 at the Village Shops. Competitors, prepped, prepared, tasted and served their own special chili recipes. Green, red, beans or no beans, there was chili served up just … more
With ballots now having been mailed to every registered voter in Colorado, political campaigns and advocacy groups are ramping up efforts aimed at mobilizing a coveted voting bloc — Latinos. Democratic leaders last week urged Latino voters to … more
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