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Arvada Center has the good Sense to sit down

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once had a simple explanation for his success. “Never stand up when you can sit down.” In that spirit, the Arvada Center, 6901 Wadsworth Boulevard, is … more

Series: Time to talk about mental illness

It’s time to talk: Don’t we all know someone who is struggling with some form of mental illness or mental health challenge? Colorado Community Media has launched a series of articles … more

School voucher program case dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

The Colorado Supreme Court has ordered a controversial school voucher program case to be dismissed, according to a news release from the Douglas County School District. The decision was made Jan. 25, … more

Deputy killed in Thornton shooting

Law enforcement agencies continued to hunt Thursday morning for two suspects in the shooting death of an Adams County Deputy at about 7 p.m. Jan. 24. more

Denver Art Museum changes get underway

On Jan. 10, a groundbreaking and blessing ceremony at Denver Art Museum began a new chapter for the North (Ponti) Building, where a new welcome center, designed by Mario Silvetti and Fentress … more

Keeping students, schools safe

In Colorado, where eight school shootings have occurred since 1982 — leaving 19 dead and 29 wounded — keeping students safe is a reality that has spurred Denver metro area districts to lead the … more

My Name Is... Wendy Hernandez

About me I’m originally from Michigan but have lived in Castle Rock for nearly 11 years! I’m a mother to four amazing kids and wife to my best friend, Dan. I’m incredibly passionate about the … more

New aerospace attraction to open at Centennial Airport

Aviation and space enthusiasts in the metro area may have been to the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum — which boasts a collection of aircraft housed in a hangar at the former Lowry … more

Tongue-in-cheek play provides theater magic

As the audience is seated, they find the suggestion of the ornate, carved, gilded frame around the stage, such as one finds in a turn-of-the-century opera house or theater. A closer look finds an … more

Metro area offers recording options

Working in a recording studio is all about capturing sound in the best and highest quality possible. So, it’s no surprise that the best way for engineers and producers to first get to know from … more

Community encouraged to cheer on participants of Parrish 5K

The first Zackari Parrish 5K run or walk will be held at the Douglas County Event Center, 500 Fairgrounds Road, Castle Rock, from 9 a.m. to noon on Feb. 3. The run is capped at 3,000 participants, … more

Pinery deer reignite concerns

Once again, a wounded deer running loose in The Pinery neighborhood has sparked concern with homeowners about the legalities and safety of hunting in the neighborhood. Neighbors recently reported … more

The romantic habits of rattlesnakes and dinosaurs

When it comes to Valentine’s Day, there are some date ideas that have been done to death — fancy dinner, movie for two, going out dancing. While all fun, none of these are particularly unique. … more

Economic forecast: Fair to partly cloudy

Colorado's roaring economy, though still a national leader, may be beginning to calm somewhat, while pressures in the state — such as stagnant wages and skyrocketing housing prices — as well as … more

Tens of thousands attend 2018 Denver Women’s March at Civic Center Park

The 2018 Women's March in Denver brought crowds and signs on the morning of Jan. 20 to Civic Center Park. more

Town prepares to call special election in at-large mayor issue

Castle Rock's town council knows the town will hold a special election asking voters to approve changes to the town charter, which it says are necessary in order for Castle Rock to move to an … more

Putting passion into practice

There were no sports for girls at the middle school Caryn Jarocki attended in the Chicago area, so she kept the scorebook for the boys. That didn’t sit well with Jarocki. “That made me angry … more

What you see is what you get — so carefully create what you see

I was talking with a husband and wife a few years ago. They were from Kansas and for years came to Colorado every winter for a ski vacation. As they drove in from I-70 heading west, they would always … more

If we’re lucky, we’ll evolve until we’re as good as dogs

Should anyone who impersonates an impersonator be allowed to vote? There’s an impressionist in Branson who impersonates Rich Little. Should anyone who can’t remember when to put their trash out be … more

Parker woman is ‘Face’ of medical nonprofit

If you ask Parker resident Maddie Teagarden what happened to her legs, and why she’s in a wheelchair, you might get the answer “shark attack.” The good-natured 20-year-old, who had both of her … more
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