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With every step closer to Standley Lake, the sounds of the city recede farther and farther away. The breeze glides through tall grass and the leaves of trees shimmer in the sunlight. Birds sing their summer songs as butterflies float above the … more
Tabor is still alive Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) is still kicking. The U.S. Supreme Court sent the constitutionality case back to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. This means that the lower court will need to take a … more
The free ride in the U.S. 36 express lanes is almost over. Tolling begins July 22 in the express lanes from Federal Boulevard to 88th Street in Louisville/Superior, the first completed phase of the U.S. 36 Express Lanes project. The tolling … more
“NOW!” is the prevailing theme of the Biennial of the Americas, the international festival kicking off July 14 in Denver to celebrate ideas, art and culture. Planning and cultural exchanges have been in process for the past year with artists … more
On a prestigious national holiday, the 2015 Independence Day, Louisville Slugger Girls Softball Tournament certainly had a national atmosphere. And when you get down to it, there were a lot of “explosions” on the diamonds from the outstanding … more
The Arvada City Council voted unanimously Monday night to approve an operating agreement between the city and the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. Now, the center, officially a nonprofit organization rather than city department, can … more
About six months ago, I chose my word for the year, an activity I do annually instead of making New Year’s resolutions. My word for 2015 actually chose me on Christmas night, when I sat down to the piano after what must be 40 years. I was … more
Applause and excitement from the crowd grew as the Flatiron Flyer bus rapid transit (BRT) vehicle rounded the curve at the Broomfield Park-n-Ride. It was the first public view of the bus, which was filled with officials from Boulder, Louisville, … more
Walking into Northglenn’s Crossroads Church in mid-June, the building is almost unrecognizable. Orange, green and blue streamers hang from the ceiling. Photos of famous inventors cover hallway walls. In the center of the sanctuary is a huge, … more
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
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