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There is a saying chefs often use that goes, “We can take a sow’s ear and turn it into a silk purse.” “We’re craftsmen,” Certified Master Chef Bill Franklin said. “We know how to take the ingredients and work them into something … more
An Interstate 25 frontage road and part of an existing on-ramp will be demolished as part of the Colorado Department of Transportation's lane-balancing project that begins this month. A portion of San Luis Street running north from Lincoln Avenue … more
South Metro Fire Rescue didn't hesitate when it was offered the opportunity to use the vacant King Soopers building in Parker's Cottonwood subdivision for training. The abandoned space — scheduled for demolition this fall — is the perfect … more
USA Cycling team member Cari Higgins knows how to lean into curves on a bicycle; perfecting her form in a wind tunnel didn't come quite as naturally. “Coordinating your body was hard,” said Higgins, who flew with her teammates at Lone Tree's … more
Lovers of the horse, as well as horsepower, gathered the evening of Aug. 8 at Centennial Airport to rein in hope — and funds — for the SaddleUp! Foundation, an Elizabeth-based organization that provides equine-assisted therapy to special needs … more
Standing in the Arapahoe High School library with the students who have been working since January to restore its soul is a study in contrasts. On one hand, it's impossible not to think about the young life that ended inside that space on Dec. … more
Commuters and residents alike are invited to attend a town hall meeting Aug. 19 in Highlands Ranch to learn more about the project to expand C-470. Attendees will “learn about the new innovative era of transportation and share thoughts on … more
The reorganization of a school violence hotline was among a handful of new safety laws that took effect last week. The Safe2Tell Act moves an existing anonymous tip line from the nonprofit sector to a state-run program that is operated through … more
Paint prices will eventually go up under a new law aimed at promoting recycling. The law, parts of which took effect last week, tacks on a fee for household paint purchases. The fee will go toward the creation of a paint recycling drop-off … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper said last week that he will be the one who selects the members of a task force that will be charged with finding a compromise on issues surrounding hydraulic fracturing. The governor also addressed concerns on the part of … more
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