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Luke McCulloch considers himself a competitive person. So when it the opportunity arose to compete in the SkillsUSA program, the 16-year-old Broomfield resident jumped at the opportunity to take the skills he learned in class at Bollman Technical … more
Tommy Johnson Jr. smiled as he talked about his return as a full-time driver of a top fuel funny car. “I drove part time for about five years as a result of a lack of sponsorship,” the former Littleton-area resident said. “This year, I am … more
It was a vow you took very seriously. Friends forever, you said in school. Til death do you part, you uttered in front of an altar. Semper fi, on my honor, read my lips, it’ll get done, I’ll be there. It’s easy to make a pledge to … more
For all those frustrated people who’ve dropped their cell phone in the water, TekDry is the answer. Founders Adam Cookson of Broomfield, Eric Jones of Westminster and Craig Beinecke of Lakewood use a patented drying technology to quickly and … more
There’s little doubt that Lakewood’s Anthony Stark wanted to bring home a championship in last week’s Mellow Yellow Mopar Mile High National Drag Races at Bandimere Speedway. After all, the side of the mountain has been like home since his … more
Water World in Federal Heights employs almost 1,000 teens and adults in the north and west metro area. With a variety of jobs at the park, we asked employees their thoughts on working at Water World. 'I really like working with fun and easy going … more
Thank you Judge Chris Melonakis for your logical decision in the Adams 12 School District Board seat debacle which festered for the past 8 months. Last November, in the school district’s board of directors election, incumbent Rico Figueroa was … more
Ten years ago, Doug Ideker decided to create an event to introduce his friends and colleagues to an empowering cause while playing a game of golf. Today, the 10th annual Golfing for Good Hope House Classic celebrates more than a decade of … more
Tucked away in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains sits an attraction that was almost a Disney amusement park. “I guess California has better weather so as a result of that they decided that it would be in their best interest to focus on … more
The Board of County Commissioners approved plans for the school site at the Midtown development to be relocated. The board unanimously approved an amendment to the preliminary development plan (PDP) for Midtown during its July 8 regular … more
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