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My big challenge these days is not just a basement with water coming in, it’s what to do about me. I have been diagnosed with mild early dementia, and it has changed our whole world. I attribute it to that period of time last summer when Bob … more
Using a sports metaphor, “strike three” usually means the batter is out. However, the City of Westminster’ s third unsuccessful attempt in reaching a development agreement for its acclaimed “downtown” is not the end of the game. It was … more
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, Kachina Southwestern Grill in Westminster hosted a cooking demonstration with Executive Chef Jeff Bolton. The cooking class included instruction and a tastings of molcajete guacamole, pork adovado Tamales, queso fundido … more
It’s over, done, kaput, finished and sine die. You can breathe a sigh of relief! Our State Legislature has once again run out of time in its 120 day session. Like most other past sessions, our Legislators purposely left the tough issues to the end … more
Colorado's world-class universities, highly educated workforce, excellent quality of life and pioneering spirit have made the state a hub for inventors, entrepreneurs and innovators. The state's diverse bioscience industry in particular is thriving, … more
The greater Denver metropolitan area has recently achieved a very dubious status pertaining to rental housing rates along with the sizable acceleration of housing market values. As Svenja Gudell, senior director of economic research with Zillow … more
Sullivan’s, the LoDo steak house owned by Texas-based Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, will close May 30 at the end of its lease, according to a story last week on The Denver Business Journal’swebsite. The restaurant, popular for its nightly … more
As a teacher at Standley Lake High School, it’s typical for Ben Reed to come across students with pretty high ambitions. But none compare to senior Chaye Gutierrez. “I have kids with hopes and dreams, but Chaye has something more than those … more
Northglenn residents looking for financial information on their city will now have a much easier experience. Instead of searching through hundreds of documents online, people will have access to a new website, which will transform volumes of raw … more
April was National Poetry Month and you’ve probably read about poetry in this space before. Poetry enlightens, inspires, challenges … and also provides a way for people living with Alzheimer’s to reconnect with their memories. The arts – … more
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