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Three-for-three is not the situation in golf that Legacy’s Li Chen is looking for in the Class 5A state golf tournament. Chen has been the runner-up the past two seasons and he would like nothing better than to close out his high school career … more
1) In 2012, Texas’ Yu Darvish became the fourth first-year pitcher to win at least 16 games and strike out 220 batters in a season. Name two of the first three. 2) Of three Yankee managers who guided the club at least 10 seasons, who had the … more
Let’s start at the beginning! According to the Agape Hospice Service “Hospice is a concept of care for those who are experiencing life-threatening illness. Hospice views dying as a normal process and seeks neither to hasten nor to postpone … more
Ah, technology. The wonders that we can do with these marvelous little devices we all haul around in our pockets. Of course, if you’re a teenage girl, they’re not really in your pocket, are they? They’re more like protruding out your back … more
During a time of uncertainty, victim advocates can sometimes be the one stable aspect in a person’s life while dealing with trauma. Not only do the advocates provide support for a victim of crime, but also do it on their own time as … more
Ever since being elected to the North Washington Fire Protection District Board of Directors 20 years ago, Joseph Domenico has been interested in running for a county position. “I think I can make a difference,” said the Welby … more
The Regional Transportation District is reaching milestones as it increases commuting options for residents around the Denver metropolitan region. In my district, for instance, RTD broke ground March 20 on the North Metro Rail Line, and I was … more
As Colorado continues to pull out ahead of the country in economic recovery including job growth, it is a real pleasant experience to see the north metro Denver area enjoying its share of this economic rebound. While I cannot cite all of the … more
George, 75, a retired psychiatrist, admits he has always been gullible, even before his Alzheimer’s diagnosis. But recent events have caused him to seek the advice of his family before being tricked into a situation that could leave his pocket … more
Adams County Board of Commissioners continued a request for a new public dance hall license at the former Knights of Columbus facility, 6910 York St. in Denver. The decision came during the board’s Aug. 5 regular board meeting. County staff … more
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