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When asked this week about any specific areas of concern as it pertains to the threat of wildfire, Pikes Peak District Ranger Oscar Martinez tabbed the Upper Monument Creek landscape. “We are … more
Some people love him. Others, not so much. But pretty much everyone in Littleton has come across Charlie Blosten at one time or another. “My backyard is Jackass Hill open space, and some people think it’s very appropriate for me to live … more
It is one thing to have an idea in theory and quite another to test it out in the real world. Students in Red Rocks Community College's Innovations in STEM Education (RISE) program have a new lab in which to work its ideas thanks to Xcel … more
Restoring resiliency to the “Wildland Urban Interface” by thinning out dense forest, reducing fuels and collaboratively managing resources like land, water and providing for travel management … more
In 1992, Severance Kelley hung up his skis and resigned himself to the fact he would never ski again. The symptoms of post-polio syndrome — a paralysis that had spread to both legs —forced him to give up the only sport he enjoyed. Until … more
Six Arapahoe County elected officials, including a new sheriff, began new terms Jan. 12. With 18th Judicial District Chief Judge Carlos A. Samour presiding over the swearing in ceremony, Walcher, county commissioners Nancy Sharpe and Nancy … more
Mary Bradford served countless causes with grace and generosity in her life, but one of them was more personal than others. His name is Scott, and he's her son. In 1957, at the age of 6, he literally became a poster child for polio. “The … more
The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce kicked off an entire day devoted to immigration issues with a discussion led by Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum. “We want to have a creative cultural conversation that … more
Roger Dean was grateful for Diane Peirce's presence after he nearly lost his life in 2012. Peirce, a victim and witness advocate for the 18 Judicial District Attorney's Office for nearly 30 years, was there every step of the way after Dean … more
State Senate President Bill Cadman, R-Colorado Springs, filed a bill that would mend some of the tax-refunding mechanisms outlined in the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights by shifting more monies in excess of state revenues to the middle class. It's an … more
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