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With 32 of the 70 residents voting in favor of incorporation, Federal Heights became a town on June 6, 1940. Now, 75 years later to the day, the city is hosting an anniversary celebration. The vote took place on May 28, 1940, nine days before the … more
When it comes to college prep, students at Mapleton Early College (MEC) are getting a head start. The school focuses on independent project-based and real-world learning, while also teaching teens how to balance their class schedules. Students … more
The legislative session wrapped up on May 6. I was busy in the Capitol fighting for Colorado’s middle class. This session we had a split legislature, with Democrats controlling the House and Republicans controlling the Senate, but I was able to … more
Yes, I have interviewed national celebrities including and during my many years as a journalist. But nothing thrills me more than to be recognized by our local notables. So the May 20 cocktail reception for the Invitational Golf Tournament, a … more
In honor of Memorial Day, residents at Greenridge Place, a memory care community in Westminster, put together care packages for Colorado men and women serving in Kuwait. The May 19 activity offered residents the opportunity to give back in a real … more
Ouch, those U.S. 36 highway tolls seem high. While it is exciting that the first segment of the expanded U.S. 36 will open this summer, the recently approved toll rates seems like a bit of a bite. The High Performance Transportation Enterprise (a … more
First we had the wonderful Chihuly Show and now we make a one-eighty to “Deborah Butterfield: The Nature of Horses.” Through Oct. 18, the artist’s 15 stunning life-sized sculptures will occupy the beautiful outdoor grounds at the Denver … more
Nestled in the southeast corner of Colorado is Springfield, home to just 1,400 people. Highway 287 runs through the middle of the small town that has no stoplights and just a few restaurants. Springfield is also home to the Class 1A high school … more
My big challenge these days is not just a basement with water coming in, it’s what to do about me. I have been diagnosed with mild early dementia, and it has changed our whole world. I attribute it to that period of time last summer when Bob … more
Using a sports metaphor, “strike three” usually means the batter is out. However, the City of Westminster’ s third unsuccessful attempt in reaching a development agreement for its acclaimed “downtown” is not the end of the game. It was … more
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