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Colorado native I'm a fifth-generation Colorado native. One great-grandfather used to ride shotgun on Meeker Rifle mail stage and another great-grandfather operated the newspaper in Alma, Colorado, in the 1870s and 1880s. I graduated from The … more
Ann Macari Healey’s award-winning column about people, places and issues of everyday life appears every other week. She can be reached at or 303-566-4109. more
Pam Lavene, of Highlands Ranch, isn't an avid “Wheel of Fortune” watcher. But last December she was offered a spot on the game show and took it. She won $10,500, which she will donate to her church. “Going on the show, I thought, `Please … more
As a child in a military family, Tina Gilbert, 16, moved around a lot growing up. But in every town her family moved to, she always found a Girl Scout troop. “Girl Scouts was one of the biggest continuities throughout my childhood,” said … more
Englewood Arts Presents, which now handles booking for Hampden Hall, will present one of its popular Saturday afternoon concerts at 2 p.m. April 16 in Hampden Hall in the Englewood Civic Center, 1000 Englewood Parkway. It will feature Colorado … more
Hundreds of children ages 12 and under scattered throughout the Family Sports Dome for the fourth annual Egg Scramble despite dreary weekend weather. Colorful, plastic Easter eggs covered the inside of the South Suburban Parks and Recreation … more
As a journalist, you’re never supposed to make the story about you. You’re just the eyes and ears for the community. That’s not always an easy task, especially when you have to report an event that hits close to home. I lost a close … more
For many deaf men and women, communication barriers make living in a suburb difficult. Lack of public transit and non-communication jobs push those in the deaf community away from the suburbs and into more urban areas. But that is changing in … more
“Gods and Goddesses, Mythical and Magical” is the intriguing title for the 90-member Denver Concert Band's final formal performance of this season at Lone Tree Arts Center, set for 2:30 p.m. April 10. Jacinda Bouton of Lone Tree is conductor of … more
The Colorado Wind Ensemble, with new conductor David Kish, a Metro State University faculty member, will perform with and alongside the Queen City Jazz Band in a program titled “Playing With Fire” on April 2 and 3. The program includes: … more
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