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If you ask Bert Hargrave, it’s a good sign that his employees really like talking about their work. It means they’re enjoying what they do. Which is what a boss wants when their employees are responsible for something as important as numerous … more
A good way to measure a project’s success is to check in with those who opposed it in the beginning and see what they think at the end. By that measure, Red Rocks Community College’s newly opened student recreation center is already a … more
About me I was born and raised in a small town south of Buffalo, New York. When I was finished with high school, I had a great offer to go to school at the University of Denver. I thought I would pursue a career in environmental science, but … more
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner's constituents had a lot of questions for him at his first Denver metro area town hall in more than a year on Aug. 14 at Colorado Christian University's event center in Lakewood. But it was difficult for most to hear the … more
A lot goes into making a school a positive place for students to be, but one that many may not think about is pride. “We’re always looking for opportunities to give out students a sense of pride in their school,” said Jeffrey Gomez, … more
Rain was part of the reason the City of Lakewood pushed back the opening of Carmody Park’s new universal playground from the beginning of the summer to July 28 — so when dark skies rolled in that afternoon, no one was going to let it dampen the … more
If you play poker long enough, sooner or later you will have to show your hand. That’s what I learned recently when I went to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker. No, I didn’t play in the WSOP, but my friend John had earned a seat through … more
When Brent Combs first started visiting the Chanda Plan Foundation in 2013, it was to receive massage and acupuncture to help him with his pain. But it wasn’t long before he found a new community to grow with there. “At the Chanda Plan, … more
An acute case of bronchitis is no fun for anyone, but when Grace Lamb, a 91-year-old resident at Lakewood’s Eaton Senior Communities, came down with a case of it, it was debilitating. “I was too sick to even go to the doctor,” Lamb … more
After his address to AmeriCorps graduates in Lone Tree on July 14, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet granted an exclusive interview to Colorado Community Media to talk about food insecurity, healthcare, Russian election interference and how he feels … more
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