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Brenda Shepard stood in the gymnasium at The Rising Church in Olde Town Arvada. She was freshly showered, had a warm cup of coffee and folded clothes she recently picked out of the church’s racks, available to area homeless people and those living … more
In September 2013, it rained in Colorado. And it kept raining. So much so that some areas of the foothills received an entire annual precipitation accumulation average in 10 days, according to a paper written by Steven E. Yochum, a hydrologist … more
It only took sharing a few moments with Trevor Kling to understand he was a special child. During his swearing in as a Lakewood Police officer at just 13 years old on Aug. 9, he smiled excitedly and couldn't wait to spend the day with his fellow … more
Belmar Elementary knows how to throw a party, and on Oct. 4 students, parents, and staff gathered at nearby Addenbrooke Park for International Walk and Bike to School Day.  "It's all about being healthy," said Principal Meredith … more
West Colfax Avenue has been in the midst of a much trumpeted renaissance for several years now, but the east end of the avenue, near Sheridan Boulevard, hasn't seen the same attention. Chad Mitchell, executive vice president west of FirstBank, … more
A man died on Oct. 7 after he was bitten by a rattlesnake while hiking Mt. Galbraith in Golden. A female hiking with Daniel Hohs, 31, placed the call at about 12:40 p.m., said Jenny Fulton, a spokesperson Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, and … more
Five months after a major hail storm shattered skylights and triggered severe flooding of its interior, Colorado Mills is now approaching a reopen date. Simon Property Group, the owner of Colorado Mills, released a statement on Oct. 9 saying the … more
When Patricia Graziano was growing up, her local library was her favorite place to be. “I used to live at the library,” she remembers fondly. “I’ll never forget how much that children’s area in the library meant to me.” Which … more
It was a special homecoming for about 18 of Alameda International Junior/Senior High School’s students, who received all the primping they needed thanks to donations from the community. Several hours before the dance started on the evening of … more
There are a lot of challenges that come from being one of the oldest cities in the Denver metro region. Not oldest in the sense of been around the longest, but one with the oldest population. A population that is growing. According to … more
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