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Degas exhibit is gem at Denver Art Museum

Why a Degas exhibit now? “It’s a celebration of the centenary of Degas’ death in 1917,” said Dr. Timothy Standring, Gates Family Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Denver Art Museum, as … more

After race to the finish, Local Foods opens

Westminster’s Local Food Market was two years in the planning and four months in the making: they weren’t about let a little thing like a shelf tag glitch stop their grand opening. The … more

A site for sharing your sporting goods

With a background in running track and camping, Justine Barone thought she might like snowshoeing - but she wasn’t sure. New gear cost up to $200 and renting snow shoes and poles for $30 a day … more

Risks, rewards abound in the future

From artificial intelligence to sensors everywhere, members of the Metro North Chamber of Commerce got a look at technological trends that will upend our economy and shape our lives in the future. … more

Get the skills to soar at women’s leadership conference

Colorado’s speaker of the House of Representatives will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Women and Leadership Conference: Skills to Soar, presented by the Workforce, Ethics and Lifelong … more

Green Mountain grad's helmet speaks volumes

Nicole Hensley, a 23-year-old graduate of Green Mountain High School and one of three goaltenders on the United States Olympic women's ice hockey team, can never be accused of not representing … more

Bill would prohibit incentives for taking standardized tests

It’s already illegal in Colorado for schools to penalize students who don’t take state assessments. Now a bill before the Legislature would make it illegal to reward students who take the tests … more

Parties look for front-runners to emerge in crowded gubernatorial race

Former Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo — known for his hardline stance against illegal immigration — was shaping up to be the GOP front-runner for this year’s governor’s race, some … more

Bringing Malcolm X to life for a new generation

When future national Chautauqua scholar Charles Everett Pace was a young man, he read a book that changed his life, “The Autobiography of Malcolm X.” Malcolm X’s passionate pursuit of … more

Mix of local, national issues loom large in race for governor

Affordable housing. Crowded highways. Crumbling roads. More money for schools. A safe retirement for public employees. The fate of young immigrants. The issues stretch across rural and urban lines, … more

Rockies explore idea of moving Blackmon in lineup

Charlie Blackmon was historically good as a leadoff hitter last season. So good that the Colorado Rockies might try to move that production into a more productive spot in the lineup. As spring … more

Oil, gas pipeline rules get final OK in response to tragedy

Colorado regulators approved new rules for thousands of oil and gas pipelines Feb. 13, 10 months after investigators blamed a leaking pipeline for a fatal gas explosion. The regulations set … more

Endangered African wild dog puppies born at zoo

Denver Zoo visitors have a chance to see four endangered African wild dog puppies born in November and released into the Benson Predator Ridge yard Feb. 16. The puppies were in their private … more

Girl Scout cookies on sale in metro area

The wait for popular once-a-year sweet treats is over — Girl Scout cookies are available through March 11. Residents looking for cookies can use the “Cookie Locator” online at … more

Working on fulfilling dreams with hope and encouragement

“I’m working on a dream, though it can feel so far away, I’m working on a dream, our love will make it real someday, I’m working on a dream though it can feel so far away, I’m working on a … more

When death took a stranger, it claimed a much-needed friend

I didn’t know Zackari Parrish. Not at all. I know I have needed men and women like him my entire life. Not because of the fact that he was a good deputy, but because he was someone with a good … more

Seven ingredients to be memorable

We all know memorable people. There’s something about them that makes you take notice and want to spend more time with them. While they don’t wear a sign or a special shirt, you know these people … more

A world tour of troubling events

We’re going to approach this column as a perusal of the latest ‘Annals of Insanity.’ Normally, this is the sort of survey that covers a period of weeks, or even months; sadly, this particular … more

Arvada man headed to jail for a year for trying to mail marijuana

(AP) — Prosecutors say a Colorado man has been sentenced to one year and a day in federal prison after investigators found 123 marijuana plants at his home. According to a statement issued Thursday … more
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