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St. Anthony Hospital is kicking off 2016 with a gala celebration that honors the life-changing work that itl provides the community. The third annual gala begins at 6 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Hyatt Regency Denver, 650 15th St., and … more
Jefferson County produced some forward-looking news in 2015, deciding on ways to improve the county fair and approving a tax increase to support the library. As the news continues into the New Year, here are some of the hot topics that began in … more
There are many different approaches to building teamwork, but there’s nothing like adding a little pressure to intensify the proceedings. Arvada’s first escape room, Conundrum Escape Room, offers a chance for colleagues, teams, couples and … more
None of Wheat Ridge Cyclery’s employees are named Dasher, or Dancer, or Prancer, or Vixen. But 18 of them did load up “sleighs” full of warm clothes, food and toys, and took off — on bicycles — over snow-covered streets to deliver them to … more
Lance Wright is a meticulous planner: He has a line ready for when his hands shake during work presentations, and for his life's final days, an audacious plan to let people with incurable illnesses choose when they die. The 63-year-old energy … more
Students and teachers knew all was not lost when the rocket carrying the red wiggler worm project exploded last summer—now, as freshmen in high school, they’re at it again. And another rocket, scheduled for launch in June, may take their … more
Chabad of NW Metro Denver hosted its fifth annual Chanukah menorah lighting in Olde Town Arvada on Dec. 9. “We will not tolerate religious persecution, and must stand with others who are being persecuted because of their beliefs,” said Benjy Brackman, with the Chabad. “We don’t just practice religious freedom. We stand for it.” Photos by Clarke Reader more
The Teter family of Genesee worries because their children are always the new kids in school. Michael Teter is active-duty military, so the family moves around a lot. But this school year, their children — who are in first, third and sixth … more
More than 100 organizations and governments in the metro area — from the Adams County commissioners, Jefferson County Cultural Council, Lakewood City Council and South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce — have come out in support of the Scientific … more
After the news this week of two classmates accused of plotting to kill students and staff at Mountain Vista High School, senior Katie Pickrell said classmates are coming together to raise awareness … more
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