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Molly Maskrey’s excitement grows when talking about “sports-performance quantification” and how MovementTek will help golfers perfect their swing or teach dancers to achieve perfect … more
Molly and Jennifer Maskrey don’t just believe their wearable technology can save lives. They know it will. With their startup, QBLabs, the Parker residents have developed MovementTek, a wearable device that alerts medical professionals and … more
Wendy Aiello first met Penny Parker when Parker was working at the Rocky Mountain News covering retail, tourism, restaurants and advertising. They became fast friends. “She was smart and funny,” said Aiello, a public relations executive in … more
South Suburban Park and Recreation District’s department of finance was recently awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the Unites States and Canada, for its … more
Arapahoe Community College Senior Recruitment Specialist Liliana Diaz has been named to a three-year term as president-elect of the Colorado Council on High School/College Relations. The CCHS/CR is a 290-member, statewide volunteer organization … more
The Optimist Club of Littleton is again involved in the annual Optimist International Clubs Essay Contest. The topic for the 2016 contest is “Lead by Example — Reality or Fiction?” First place wins $100, second place gets $75 and third … more
The Community Emergency Response Team educates citizens about disaster preparedness, and trains them in basic response skills such as fire safety, search and rescue, team organization and disaster medical operations. The Littleton and Englewood … more
The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office is looking for volunteers to join its Volunteer Victim Assistance Program. The deadline to apply is Feb. 2. Academy training for volunteer victim advocates will begin in March 2016. Training is held on … more
The Broadway Assistance Center spent 40 years serving the homeless in downtown Denver, but in September 2014, its leaders realized it might be able to do more good farther south. “In Denver, there is a great amount of need, but a lot more … more
The InSight launch to Mars that was supposed to happen in March hit a snag, and the spacecraft is now on its way back Lockheed Martin's Waterton Canyon campus. “We push the boundaries of space technology with our missions to enable science, but … more
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