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With 76 trombones in the big parade and 110 cornets right behind, “The Music Man” Ralston Valley High School’s band director Ken Sawyer is marching his way through his final year of teaching and into retirement. “You mention Ken Sawyer, … more
Westminster City Councilman Bruce Baker, saying he offers an “alternative to cardboard politicians,” is running on the GOP ticket against popular Congressman Ed Perlumutter in the 7th Congressional District race this November. “Elections … more
Dear readers: Brian Granley is a father of three, ages 17, 14 and 10, who wants to teach his children the value of helping others. “However, even with church and other activities,” he said, “it is difficult to find something that is a … more
Every newspaper has three critical components: readers, advertisers and employees. But it all begins with readers — and we want to learn more about you. We are in the middle of our first reader survey in many years, and your input is very … more
Lakewood High School senior MacKenzie Forrest, 17, a popular student and college-bound basketball player, died March 13 after sustaining injuries in a single vehicle crash on Interstate 70 near Frisco. more
Receiving a vehicle recall notice on your car is about as exciting as getting another bill in the mail. But, the Carfax guys warn, it's something you don't want to miss. “Recalls are good things,” said Chris Basso, public relations … more
People camping near Denver's homeless shelters packed up their belongings March 8 before city workers started removing bags, tarps, shopping carts and other items left on sidewalks. The Mile High City is another fast-growing metropolis struggling … more
A bill that would have eliminated training requirements and permits for concealed carry of firearms was defeated by the House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee March 7 by a 5-4 vote. Senate Bill 16-017 was sponsored by state Sen. Tim … more
With the wind in your face, the neighborhood rushes by as you — an exhilarated 4- or 5-year-old — ride down the sidewalk on your first bike ride. Imagine having that same experience, but as a family, in a safe, controlled area with other kids … more
Cars filled every parking space in the Golden High School parking lot — those who showed up near 6:30 p.m. had to park across South Golden Road. Others who lived nearby walked. But the crowd for the March 1 caucus leaned Democratic, with the … more
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