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If a cold snap last November wasn't enough, Mother's Day really took a toll on trees across Douglas County, experts say. Just as hackberries, honey locust and ash trees were trying to leaf out for spring, a drastic freeze set them back. “We are … more
More than 7,500 riders took part in the 2015 Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling festival June 7 in Castle Rock. Racers rode through Castle Rock and the Front Range on rides ranging from an eight-mile family ride to the 100-mile century haul. Riders … more
The sky may have had the lightning, but the evening of June 5, Casey Jones Park in Elizabeth definitely had the thunder. Fifty of the nation's top bull riders came to even scores with the annual … more
Colorado voters will be asked in November whether the state should stand by the decision to use marijuana tax profits for school construction and other programs, under legislation signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on June 4. Quirky … more
The newly legal hemp industry is entering its second growing season with some big questions for producers experimenting with marijuana's non-intoxicating cousin. The federal government has allowed limited imports of hemp seed — in Colorado's … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper has vetoed a bill that sought to ban red-light and speeding cameras in Colorado and another measure that would have required voters to approve use of the devices. The proposals had bipartisan support from lawmakers who … more
Swirling, twirling carnival rides. Goopy, gloppy science experiments. Dance-inducing tunes. Food on a stick. That's merely a fraction of the fun at the Parker Days Festival, the beloved annual summer kickoff that's now in its 38th year. There is … more
The Valor Christian High School Commencement at Cherry Hills Community Church on May 29 was filled with honor, faith and joy. The 2015 class of 221 walked into a filled sanctuary, where their families and friends held giant photo cut-outs of … more
Although Southwest Adams County Fire Rescue is no more, having merged with North Washington Fire Rescue this year, Garry Aranda is keeping its sirens blaring. Aranda, a founding member of Mile High Hook and Ladder, was SACFR's fleet-maintenance … more
“Rowdy” Ronda Rousey, the consensus No. 1 female pound-for-pound fighter in the world, signed copies of her book for about 400 customers at the Tattered Cover at Aspen Grove in Littleton on May 29. The event was to promote her recently … more
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