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House of Dior gets display in Denver

Fashion fans need wait no longer for the Denver Art Museum’s latest showcase of high fashion and its place in the art world. “Dior: From Paris to the World” opened Nov. 19 and runs through … more

The Thanksgiving habit is something to stick with

You may be asking yourself why you are reading a Thanksgiving article the week after Thanksgiving. The reason is that too often, the minute after we say goodbye to family and friends with whom we … more

When products are sealed, there’s a failure to yield

I admit there were no witnesses. I hope by now, however, you can trust me, even though I did steer a lot of investors in the wrong direction on that chicken-flavored chewing gum project of mine. … more

Here are seven Jefferson County nonprofits to remember for Colorado Gives Day

Colorado Gives Day — Dec. 4 this year — is an annual, statewide event that dedicates one day to increasing philanthropy through online giving. Community First Foundation and FirstBank each … more

Parkour creates caring community

Ken Arrington, founder of parkour gym Path Movement, knows that parkour — in which athletes often scale walls, make 9-foot leaps and traverse rails 10 feet off the ground — has a bad reputation … more

As shopping season starts, so do new sales tax rules

The Colorado Department of Revenue enacted an emergency rule Sept. 26 that makes it mandatory for retailers in Colorado who ship goods out of their own jurisdiction to collect sales tax on the … more

Applewood Our House finalist for BBB award

Applewood Our House was recently honored as a finalist for the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics for medium-sized businesses. The Torch Award is given to businesses that … more

Colorado finalizes tougher emission standards

Colorado is joining 13 other states and the District of Columbia in adopting Low Emission Vehicle Standards, requiring new vehicles starting with the 2022 model year to meet strict standards for fuel … more

Drive-through light show opens at Water World

The parking lot Hyland Hills Water World will be lit up for the holiday season with a mile-long drive-through light and music display. The display features millions of LED lights synchronized to … more

Pomona’s string of state title game trips comes to an end

LAKEWOOD — There will not be a fourth straight Class 5A football state championship appearance for the Pomona Panthers. Pomona enjoyed a pair of state runner-up finishes in 2015 and 2016 before the … more

Faith Christian football ends season in state semis

There is no good way to end a season if it doesn't end in a championship. The Faith Christian Eagles (9-3) season ended on a cold and icy day with a loss to the La Junta Tigers (12-0) in the 2A State … more

American Legion Thanksgiving meal serving companionship

Mary Lu Garcia lost her husband in 2009. Since then, holidays have been difficult. The couple didn’t have any children, so Garcia’s Thanksgivings were spent waiting to go to her niece’s house. … more

Fracking fears mount after Standley Lake permit withdrawn

The threat of a natural gas drilling operation under Standley Lake and Rocky Flats might have gone away for now, but neighbors of the proposed projects said they're nervous they came up in first … more

Low-cost Westminster health clinic prepares for new patients, equipment

As executive director of Clinica Colorado, a nonprofit low-cost health clinic, Jill Schneider spends every day assisting Westminster’s uninsured residents as they seek healthcare. “In our … more

Jeffco students, staff honored as heroes in overcoming adversity

When Adrena Rocha was a freshman at Arvada High School she was more interested in partying than coming to school. She described herself as a “lost child,” her lowest point being when she ran away … more

Letter to the editor: Midterm election lessons

Here are a few lessons and questions from the midterms that we can begin discussing prior to the 2020 election season: 1) The problems with democracy are once again uncovered. How many races … more

A new form of depression treatment has made its way to Lakewood

For a patient at the depression treatment center TMS Solutions, depression controlled every aspect of his life since his teenage years. The patient, who prefers to be unnamed due to the sensitivity … more

Gold Crown treats children from military families to day of fun

For Bill Hanzlik, the former Denver Nuggets player-turned-anchor for Altitude Sports, supporting the military is personal. He proudly hangs a U.S. flag inside the gym of Gold Crown Enrichment, a … more

What I’m giving thanks for this year

If I could talk to my mother who passed away in 2010 this is what I would say. “Mom, I think about you every day and miss our conversations. I wonder if you are in heaven and if so what it’s like … more

What do we want to be grateful for in coming year?

Respect, integrity, honesty. Kindness, compassion, patience, wisdom. The Golden Rule. Oh, and someone to shovel our driveways. At this time of year, we often talk about what we are thankful for, but … more
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