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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
George Brauchler is seeking to trade his 18th Judicial District Attorney's office for one in the state Capitol. Brauchler, a Republican, is campaigning to replace term-limited Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper in the 2018 election. more
Nancy Levenson moved into a home on Greensborough Drive, near the Highlands Ranch Golf Club, about five years ago. Ben Franklin Academy, a nearby charter school, opened around the same time, and Levenson immediately noticed an increase in traffic in … more
Dan McMinimee, will be the next Superintendent for New American School Colorado. “I am thankful to the Board of NAS – CO for affording me this opportunity,” McMinimee said in an email … more
Hikers who planned on flocking to Douglas County to hike Wildcat Mountain this spring should probably leave it to the birds: A nest of golden eagles is closing down a one-mile section of the East-West Regional Trail and the Wildcat Mountain … more
Like many service organizations, Rotary International is mainly composed of an aging membership. Rotary Club of Littleton is hoping to engage young veterans, including offering a pair of scholarships to join. Dues for the evening Rotary club run … 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
While Littleton Fire Rescue is in the early stages of considering a merger with South Metro Fire Rescue, the department is also looking at contracting its dispatch services to the larger department. Littleton Chief Chris Armstrong is asking city … more
Marriese “Mo” Jones opened Anointed BBQ & Soul Food in Sheridan in August 2016 and it has been booming ever since. The recipes are inspired by the deep south and Mo’s grandmother who taught him how to cook starting at age 8. He also credits … more
Colorado will push ahead to develop more affordable renewable energy despite President Donald Trump's order eliminating many restrictions on fossil fuels production, Gov. John Hickenlooper said. Hickenlooper said Colorado has already met carbon … more
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