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Calming worries about anxiety and panic attacks

Dear Ask A Therapist How can I tell when anxiety and panic attacks are at concerning levels? Dear reader, I can give you a quick view of what is good to know about anxiety and panic. Anxiety and … more

News in a Hurry

Justice Center West Park Open House Northglenn city officials are looking for ideas from residents about what kind of park should be built in the shadow of the city’s new Justice Center. The city … more

Butterfly Pavilion has a fiscal mountain to climb

Ever since Butterfly Pavilion officials announced their plans to pursue a larger facility and campus in Broomfield, I have had numerous people ask me when the Butterfly Pavilion will be leaving … more

Police memorial looks to past as it honors fallen

When it comes right down to it, police have always put their lives on the line, according to Adams County Sheriff Mike McIntosh. “There are usually between 130 and 200 names that are added to the … more

No dog leashes, no attitude, just friendly assistance

Back in 2012 when Westminster’s Bicycle Trail Host program first started, the hosts carried inexpensive dog leashes that they could hand out, according to Open Space Supervisor Patti Wright. “It … more

Session delivers bills on transportation, pension reform

In a work season buoyed up by unforeseen revenue, Colorado lawmakers passed a deal to put more money toward the state's deep transportation needs, gave the green light to a last-minute compromise on … more

Yesterday’s achievement is tomorrow’s success

One of the greatest pieces of advice that I ever received came from a great friend and mentor earlier in my life. He actually gave me two pieces of advice wrapped up in one life-changing … more

The funny thing about humor is how often it isn’t funny

An ice cream truck used to appear every day at the parks where I played when I was a kid. Its infectious little tune made my mouth water. I think now it would drive me to distraction. On each side of … more

Golfer demonstrates unpredictability of game

It’s been said many times that golf is an unpredictable sport that requires plenty of mental grit. For myself, golf has always been pretty predictably bad, with a few good shots and holes but very … more

Proud to offer proof: This age-old American system gets the job done

The system works. Granted, it’s not perfect. It doesn’t satisfy 100 percent of the people all the time. But it works. I’m talking, of course, about our political system, offering as example the … more

Jeffco BOE puts value on employees in proposed budget

The Jefferson County Board of Education is putting value on its educators in its proposed 2018-19 budget with increased pay and cost of living increases for teachers and an increase to long-term … more

Student stress can spike in May

Remember the feeling of freedom on the last day of school? Not every student feels it. Children’s mental health care providers see a spike in visits from teens in May, said Emily Laux, a licensed … more

Denver Comic Con survival guide

For first-timers or the uninitiated in the world of comic conventions, Denver’s annual Comic Con can be an intimidating experience. The sprawling event, which is June 15-17 this year, brings upward … more

SPARK wins awards from Society of Professional Journalists

Anythink Libraries earned awards April 20 at the Colorado Society of Professional Journalists Top of the Rockies contest for its magazine SPARK. The annual judged contest highlights excellence in … more

Morsels galore at Food Truck Carnival

Northglenn’s third annual Food Truck Carnival kicked off to a sunny start May 11 in the area surrounding the city’s Community Center, with steady crowds showing up to sample the fare at more than … more

Baseball tournament raises money for Komen Colorado

More than 225 baseball teams decked out in pink will converge on Clapper Field to support Komen Colorado. Thunder Baseball League presents its seventh annual CABA Colorado baseball tournament June … more

As the legislative clock runs out, the devil is in the details

Last week our State Legislature finished its 2018 legislative session. Whether they wanted to stop or not, midnight on May 9 was the bewitching hour!! As usual, our coy legislators waited until the … more

No sweat: You don’t need a gym to get your exercise

Something clicked when I woke up this morning and I remembered this is my favorite time of the year. I love this time of year because some of my favorite foods are arriving at the peak of ripeness in … more

Hospital grounds bearing fruit

Some of the green space around St. Anthony North Health Campus has been converted to community gardens, giving residents with a lack of space a chance to practice their green thumb. “The reason … more

Honoring the volunteers

Former Mayor Vi June was not going to pass up a live microphone. The former Westminster City Councilor, newspaper publisher and state legislator, now retired and living in Westminster’s San Marino … more
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