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It seems that we can find a top 10 list or the top 10 reasons to do just about anything these days. I mean, everything from places to live, cars to purchase, gadgets to own, rationale to drink coffee or tea, favorite vacation spots, and so many … more
Whales: Giants of the Deep Denver Museum of Nature and Science 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver Through Feb. 16 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily $9.95 to $14.95 www.dmns.org/whales more
Your mom and dad take their jobs very seriously. They get to work on time and they do a good job. Sometimes, they might even stay late to finish a project because it’s important to be responsible. That’s a lesson they’ve taught you … more
Look for a couple of life-sized Bactrian camels and perhaps several enactors in exotic costumes (Kang Baobi, Ma Amri, Shi Dara and more) … You’ll know you have arrived at the “Traveling the Silk Road” exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature & … more
It was an up-and-down night for Standley Lake when the Gators took on Erie in their first round basketball game in the Boulder Valley Invitational Basketball Tournament. Unfortunately, it ended on a downer. Erie defeated Standley Lake, 76-62, in … more
Slow starts in any sport are not conducive to producing victories. And it’s certainly slow starts that have hindered the Westminster boys basketball team this early in the season. Boulder defeated visiting Westminster, 72-42, last Thursday and … more
Westminster 9 12 10 11 — 42 Boulder 25 17 14 16 — 72 more
Honoring her father in what she believes is the most perfect way, Susan Schaffner made a monetary donation in her father Mike Schaffner’s name to the Rotary Club of Westminster. The money will go toward scholarships for future high school … more
After a deadly shooting at a Westminster park, Israel Maestas, 16, will be charged as an adult with second degree murder. The shooting happened around 3 p.m. on Dec. 5 at England Park, 3950 W. 72nd Ave. Police found Hector Manuel Castillo, 21, … more
Standley Lake is looking to take a big bite out of its wrestling foes this season. No doubt the Gators, coached by Rich Talmich, have some fine talent that can help accomplish their quest for a high state finish in the Class 4A ranks. “We just … more
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