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Eighth-grader Liz Reifsteck and other students from Parker Core Knowledge Charter School gathered around the High Impact booth to watch as data was transformed into a computer-animated model of an accident scene. “We try and take digital … more
Not everyone crowds into a big-box store on the day after Thanksgiving to find holiday deals. Some spend their dollars on local businesses, an idea promoted by American Express Small Business Saturday, which has taken place the Saturday after … more
Sarah Neuscheler said members of her church would not believe that in the past nine weeks she had learned to shoot a gun, drive a patrol car and investigate a crime scene. Neuscheler, a retired school teacher and Lone Tree resident, was afraid of … more
In 2009, Kelly Kaliszewski lost her dog, Cain, to cancer. “He was my heart dog,” she said. “It sucked.” Kaliszewski spent the next several years traveling the country with two other dogs, Zoey and Eddie, raising awareness of canine … more
Doctors are warning about vitamin D again, and it’s not the “we need more” news you might expect. Instead, they say there’s too much needless testing and too many people taking too many pills for a problem that few people truly have. The … more
Flight For Life Colorado and Children’s Hospital Colorado have announced a new addition to their emergency services — a helicopter uniquely designed to transport pediatric patients and newborns within a 120-mile service area of metro … more
Vern Hammond sat in the front row and quietly watched the scene around him. People were eating bakery goods and mingling before the morning's Veterans Day commemoration outside "The Castle" on Cherokee Ranch in Douglas County. Hammond, a ball … more
Colorado's state Legislature isn't changing hands between parties — but both the House and Senate have elected new bosses because of term limits. House Democrats chose Rep. Crisanta Duran of Denver to be speaker on Nov. 10, and Senate … more
The book, resting on the stairs, stopped me in my tracks as I walked up to my bedroom: “Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be,” 176 pages of stories about why big-name, high-cost colleges don’t necessarily guarantee success any more than a … more
Like many other veterans from across the Denver metro area, Army veteran Latseen Benson is a regular at Takoda Tavern, a bar and restaurant in a nondescript shopping strip in southern Parker. But inside, theportraits of men in uniform, flags and … more
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