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Roasted pork mole pupusas, carne asada tacos, red velvet cake and baklava. These dishes were among the winners at the Colorado Department of Human Services’ third annual Great CDHS Cook-Off on July 19 at the Wheat Ridge Regional Center, 6225 … more
Building the perfect farmers market requires endless fine-tuning to get the right mix of vendors, location and atmosphere. Every year, Edgewater’s summer Market and Music program finds a way to change things up a little, and with a new location … more
It’s a difficult time for everyone when children are getting ready to go out on their own into the world for the first time. That’s the dilemma facing the Jerome family, as sons Eugene and Stanley get ready to leave their parents’ home for … more
Mike Pondell is number 59. The red number counter above the Wheat Ridge Building Permit Department desk has been stuck at 58 for more than an hour after a credit card machine broke down and brought the line to a halt. Pondell arrived at Wheat … more
Neither Joe Sleevi nor Donald Emmot spoke much about their time in the service during the Vietnam War to their families. There was the unwelcoming reception they received upon their return, as well as some unhappy memories. But, mainly, they just … more
Like many high school students, Lakewood graduate Robert Reese was looking forward to saving some money with a summer job before starting college in the fall. But his plans changed on May 8, when a hailstorm pummeled the West Jefferson County … more
In speaking with church groups, social workers and homelessness experts, a common refrain is that no one solution exists to homelessness, because there is no one cause. Each person facing homelessness often deals with multiple … more
Colorado is one of those places that really shows its best self in the summertime. Outdoor enthusiasts, from the casual to the fanatic, can check off practically every box here in the state: Camping, climbing, hiking, biking, fishing, running, … more
There are times when air travel is an extremely frustrating and even dangerous prospect. And so often, the recipients of travelers’ ire are people who are in the same situation as they are — flight attendants. In Marisa Wegrzyn’s “Mud … more
The Rocky Mountain Deaf School celebrated its third graduation on May 31, with four graduates - Juan Carlos Perez, Victoria Ponce de Leon, Daisy VanMeter and Melissa Zambrano Campos - preparing to … more
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