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Arapahoe County saw 60 overdose deaths from prescription opioid drugs in 2015, up from just 11 in 2010. During that time, heroin overdose deaths increased from four to 12. “We certainly are seeing a worrisome epidemic,” said Dr. John … more
The Castle Rock History Museum, 420 Elbert St., will open an exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 8. On display: artifacts and information about Douglas County’s contribution … 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
After Cori Barker earned his degree from the Colorado School of Mines, he landed a job with an engineering firm. He enjoyed the job, but the work was stressful, often finding it difficult to meet a client’s expectations. And his off time was … more
“You’re welcome to sit in cars, pop the hoods, inspect the trunk and kick the tires,” said Tim Jackson, president and CEO of the Colorado Automobile Dealers. At the Denver Auto Show, through 6 p.m. on April 9, you can admire — in some … more
Legend “Evita” by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice plays April 13 to 29 at Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St., Lone Tree. The story about Argentina’s Eva Peron is directed by Gina Rattan, with choreography by Sarah O’Gleby and … more
Denver Zoo, coordinating with zoos across the country, has successfully bred a rare species of bird, the kea. Denver zookeepers are hand-raising the hatchling, Scarlet, at the zoo's avian propagation center and she is expected to make a public debut … more
Former Parker resident Allen Duke was five weeks from graduating from Fort Lewis College and only a block from his job at the Adobe Inn in Durango, when he was struck and killed by an SUV on March 18. He had just celebrated his 23rd birthday on … more
With its sung-through narrative and distinctive Latin-based score, “Evita” by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice demands “very specific vocal and musical restraints — a really excellent singer,” said Gina Rattan, director of the musical that … more
“Welcome to the secret world of mathematicians … Mathematicians play. They come up with interesting questions and investigate possible solutions,” say authors Rebecca Rapoport and J.A. Yoder about their recently published book, “Math Lab,” … more
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