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Colorado’s cannabis industry is really not like any other, to hear three industry experts tell it. On one hand, hard workers are in high demand. There is plenty of room for professionals with skills in just about any expertise — human … more
Daniel Hyde use to be an avid mountain biker, but he now prefers road biking. He logs between 1,500 and 2,000 miles a year and hits the pavement throughout the Denver metro, he said. His biggest annual venture is a 250-mile, three-day ride that he … more
Jefferson County voters will elect three out of five members for the Board of Education, which is the policy-making body of the Jefferson County School District. Five members serve alternating four-year terms on the board, and all members are … more
Plans to build the Jefferson Parkway may once again be stalled for an undetermined time while stakeholders work out a resolution concerning airport runways and highway alignment. A July 5 letter from John Bauer, manager of the Denver Airports … more
First responders see a lot of tragedy in their line of work, but Eric Hurst, who recently returned from assisting local emergency services in Orlando, Florida, after Hurricane Irma, described the experience as “especially eye-opening.” “As … more
Ciclovia may not be a word many people in Westminster know — yet. But the City of Westminster wants to change that, and sponsored its first annual Ciclovia event Sept. 23 in the soon-to-be developed downtown area. “Ciclovia literally … more
The intricatly designed attire and the dances on display at Northglenn’s Stonehocker Park Sept. 22 and 23 were the public display of something much deeper - a sense of community. The Lakota Way Healing Center sponored it’s third annual … more
Paint and sip studio benefits hurricane victims A chain of nationally franchised painting and wine studios based in Houston is planning events to benefit victims of the 2017 hurricane season. Pinot’s Palette, a network of 137 studios across … more
Two of the three candidates vying for the mayor’s chair in November’s municipal election had vastly different views of Westminster, its government and the way city councilors have acted during the last two years, and another candidate took a … more
About me I was born in Rechovot, Israel, we came to the U.S. in 1964, to California where my Father’s family was, and I moved to Colorado in August of 2001 for a Rabbi job at Temple Shalom in Colorado Springs, where I met my husband (he grew up … more
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