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Open letter to a Younger Me (magically mailed 20 years into the past): Hi. Me, again. Er . . . you, again. I’m writing to explain something to you, maybe to impart a little wisdom, in the hopes that you approach life smarter.  First of all, … more
Much like the handful of other stands that dot the map in Colorado, this stand on Federal and 92nd sells Hatch Green Chile in the fall. The air around the stand has a subtle aroma of Chile when the roasting process is not in motion, but even the … more
The second annual Denver American Indian Festival entertained Thornton Residents on Sept. 26 and 27 with non-stop dancers and music, native vendors and authentic American Indian foods. more
In this political campaign season (which I use to call the “Silly Season” when I was city manager), it is all too easy for voters to be seduced by promises made by the candidates or their respective “pedigrees”/resume’s or their … more
I am a library associate at the College Hill Library in Westminster, and I love everything about my job. I get to work with kids a lot and tweens, too. I like doing the tween stuff because we can paint and use scissors — they really get … more
When you think about exercise, what part of the body do you think about? Most people might think of their waistline, arms, legs or back. What about the brain? That might be the last part of the body that many people associate with exercise — but … more
In a million years I never would have believed I would spend my 80s in a retirement home. I had planned to stay in my home, grow old there and eventually die in my own bed. My children’s insistence that I was lonely, couldn’t bathe safely, … more
The city of Northglenn let residents walk the plank and jump into Pirate Fest at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park for the first time this year. Adults enjoyed a Pirate Ball Friday night with a pirate ship bar and live music, and families came for a … more
It’s typical to be surrounded by books while in a library, but for two weeks now at Irving Street Library in Westminster, the lobby was full of a special kind of books. Two tables and one shelving unit are filled with used books for sale. A … more
Almost 400 Thornton community members filled the Rocky Top Middle School cafeteria to let Synergy Resource Corp. know their worries about possible well contamination, safety and increased truck traffic that could arise if the company installs up to … more
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