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Starting in 2010, Denver Botanic Gardens launched the first Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program at a U.S. botanic garden, with regular weekly seasonal distributions to members in Denver and Littleton — about 265 members in 2015, … more
Before she donned her light blue helmet to go compete in the Junior Dragster event at Bandimere Speedway, the 11-year-old Cali Neff from Westminster talked about competing in drag racing. “My dad and my granddad competed in drag racing. It was … more
Recruiting websites have become one of the most popular tools for many high school athletes aspiring to play college sports. The sites allow athletes to create profiles for databases used by college coaches seeking a specific type of athlete. … more
Mike Brookhart was a three-sport standout who graduated in 1979 from Cherry Creek High School. Despite his talent, Brookhart wouldn’t have become a four-year baseball letterman and team captain at the University of Northern Colorado if not for … more
It can be expensive for athletes to catch the attention of college recruiters at a summer camp, recruiting event or national tournament. Ponderosa senior-to-be quarterback Nick Wilson went to the Boston College camp along with tight end Matt … more
By 2018, residents in the northeast metro area will see commuter rail running on the North Metro Rail Line: The first 13-mile segment of the 18.5-mile project operating from Denver Union Station to Highway 7 in Thornton is under construction. The … more
For a few hours last year in Washington, D.C., I was Eva Levine, born July 6, 1916. I saw what she must have seen, and I understood — like a punch in the gut – what she must have experienced as she was being transported first to Ravensbreuk, a … more
As we approach the celebration of our country’s Independence Day, I cannot help but have various patriotic song lyrics running through my head. Music is such a wonderful way to express ourselves and how we feel. Let me share just a few snippets of … more
Adams 12 Five Star School District recently contracted with Denver-based SunShare to provide solar energy to its buildings beginning this summer. In just one year of utilizing solar energy, the district could save $250,000 in utility costs. The … more
Since construction closed parts of 72nd Avenue in front of his Westminster business a few months ago, owner Bill Steele said sales have dropped 30 percent. Customers have difficulty finding his store, B & M’s Motorheadz at 7102 Raleigh St., and … more
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