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In a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood just off of 38th Avenue in Wheat Ridge, live two women, Phyllis and Jody, who have been organizing one to two garage sales annually for the past 40 years. A mix of neighbors and extended family provide the items. … more
Earlier this year in June, guest columnist Nick Boehm, a member of the staff at Community Reach Center, had a most interesting topic connecting mood and emotion with the peacefulness of the outdoors. As Boehm suggested in his writing, “there are … more
As Colorado continues to expand its free summer meal program for the state’s poorest students, school districts and advocacy groups are increasingly focusing attention on suburbs that are seeing a greater concentration of low-income … more
Jay Pathak takes the crease for batting practice at Cornerstone Park. He taps the ground with his bat to gain his rhythm and stares down the pitch. Pathak leans forward, drops to one knee and smacks the bouncing ball away with an elegant … more
Colorado officials say homicides increased by nearly 15 percent statewide last year while rapes increased by almost 11 percent. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s annual crime report released July 5 said overall reported crimes rose more … more
Join me as I sit down each week for a cup of Joe with somebody who helps shape Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster. This week, I sat down with Westminster’s Lisa Steven, the Hope House co-founder who has helped empower more than 600 metro area teen moms and their kids in the 13 years since launching the nonprofit in 2003. more
Let me set the stage by asking: What is wrong with a picture that shows increasing population and more vehicle miles driven on Colorado highways, roads and bridges each year, while the state’s investment in new road building capacity is on the … more
Even if you never drive E-470, it's likely saving you drive time. That assumption is in keeping with a study released Thursday, June 9, to the board of directors of the E-470 Public Highway Authority. The study calculates that if there were no E-470 … more
It’s summer, and high school sports are in a timeout. So it’s a good time for a debate, discussion, examination, argument or whatever you want to call it. The internet is filled these days with the pros and cons of sport specialization, … more
Frederick Douglass, the eminent abolitionist, author and social reformer, once said that it is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. For me, that explains why we must expand young Coloradans’ access to early childhood … more
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