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Just six years after its inception and four years after hiring staff, the South Metro Health Alliance has had to go staffless. “It is with great sadness then that I need to let you know that SMHA's general operating funding has come to an … more
Colorado’s recovery from the worst recession since the Great Depression is as strong as any state’s in the nation, but for many middle-class families, decades of flat paychecks are leaving them with impossible decisions. Should they leave the … more
In January 2013, two young men bumped into each other in a doorway at a Houston college, sparking a confrontation that ended when one fired at least 10 shots, wounding two students and a maintenance worker. A year later, at a Tennessee high … more
While supermarket chains and even some breweries across Colorado are hopped up about the idea of allowing all grocery stores to sell full-strength alcoholic beverages, some neighborhood liquor stores have a case of sour grapes about the whole … more
While the owner of Blueberrie's bakery was not sad to leave Woodlawn shopping center to focus on his other business, two others are far from celebrating. “I had a long meeting with the owners,” said Gary Arras, who has been operating the … more
Rachel Gutierrez’s reason for enrolling her 3-year-old daughter in a dual-language program where she splits her day between Spanish and English was simple: “I wish I had learned a second language, and I figure this is a way we can give our … more
Veterans Day gives us the chance to honor and support all who have served this country. We commend them for their bravery and loyalty, often taking notice of the physical scars they have returned home with. But what about the mental and emotional … more
Stories connect with people. They provide humanity and empathy in situations that would normally be easier for many to ignore. That’s why, during the Lakewood stop on One Colorado’s new statewide tour, executive director Dave Montez opened … more
Sandra Blythe-Perry grew up in Paterson, New Jersey, years after it was known as “Silk City” for its abundance of textile plants. She grew up after the city's glory days, as manufacturing declined and “white flight” saw a rush to the … more
Breckenridge Brewery will welcome a new neighbor if Littleton City Council agrees with the Oct. 27 recommendation by the planning board to approve Angelo's Taverna, an Italian restaurant and winery. “Everything I've ever worked for in my entire … more
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