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Parker Pals started meeting nearly 20 years ago to offer people with multiple sclerosis a chance to share their experiences and give each other support. Just don’t call them a “support group.” “A support group is led by a professional … more
Sports are not solely reliant on athletic ability. That’s what Sterling Joseph believes. Owner of Sterling’s Team Speed and a coach for more than 20 years, he trains his athletes in a different way. “Physically, we do the same thing as … more
A couple of years ago, skilled actors — and good friends — Haley Johnson and Rachel Bouchard “wanted to do a project together,” they said as we sat down before rehearsal time to chat. What? They thought of producing, writing a play together … more
“Divisions,” is a new production by Wonderbound contemporary ballet company and nationally known hip-hop band the Flobots — both involved in community activism through the arts. It will play in three metro Denver venues between April 14 and … more
About me I moved to Colorado from Florida when I was 12 years old, which was about 10 years ago. I work at Dirt Coffee, which employs people with autism. I’ve worked at Dirt for about three years now, and I was employee of the year last year. I … more
Arapahoe County saw 60 overdose deaths from prescription opioid drugs in 2015, up from just 11 in 2010. During that time, heroin overdose deaths increased from four to 12. “We certainly are seeing a worrisome epidemic,” said Dr. John … more
The Castle Rock History Museum, 420 Elbert St., will open an exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 8. On display: artifacts and information about Douglas County’s contribution … more
It may have been April Fools day but Bigfoot researchers who recently visited Castle Rock to display their evidence supporting the legendary creature’s existence weren’t kidding. Bigfoot isn’t just real, they said. He’s out there — and … more
After Cori Barker earned his degree from the Colorado School of Mines, he landed a job with an engineering firm. He enjoyed the job, but the work was stressful, often finding it difficult to meet a client’s expectations. And his off time was … more
Kids will be scrambling to scoop up as many plastic eggs and goodies as possible during Englewood’s annual Great Egg Scramble on April 8 at Denny Miller Field, 3600 S. Elati St. The event is held for 1- to 8-year-olds. The cost is $1 per child … more
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