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On a fine summer's day in June 1914, Inspector Ian Rutledge is focused on proposing to his dear Jean and their subsequent wedding plans. News comes to him from his office at Scotland Yard of a murder to the north, which will soon be followed by a … more
With much fanfare, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce moved into the Highway 105 location in 1985, but the building itself has quite a storied history. It’s been a bit transient. According to a … more
Beginning in February, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce will be relocated to 166 Second Street in Monument, in what was once the town hall, and recently served as Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection … more
Outstanding performances abounded from some of the nation’s most talented young pianists at the 56th annual Jefferson Symphony Orchestra International Young Artists Competition on Saturday, Jan. 10. Twelve finalists were selected to compete for … more
A mere six months after releasing the Four Seasons drama “Jersey Boys,'' Clint Eastwood has again lapped his younger directing colleagues with his second film of 2014 and his best movie in years. “American Sniper'' is quintessentially Eastwood: … more
For a temporary escape from winter, enter the gates at Denver Botanic Gardens on York Street and walk straight ahead to the Orangery and the next-door Marnie's Pavilion, where you will find hundreds of orchids in bloom starting Jan. 9. This is … more
The Colorado Symphony and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Colorado Holiday Commission invite you to a free annual celebration of Dr. King’s life and legacy as a leader, visionary and pillar of … more
Families still have time to experience the Butterfly Pavilion’s Living Lights exhibit, which takes people through the pavilion’s indoor tropical rainforest and outside through glowing gardens.  On display are lifesized sculptures made from … more
Remodeling never ends. That’s a fact when you’re a homeowner. There’s always something to do, something to upgrade, some way to make a house your own. New flooring, paint, move the fixtures, add another room, and, well, you know where … more
The Ute Pass Courier announced the winners of the Man of the Year Contest in the Jan. 7. 1965 edition of the paper. "We were rather dubious about anyone taking it seriously," wrote then publisher … more
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