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Northglenn celebrates Betty grace Gibson

For the late Betty grace Gibson, being a self-taught artist didn’t mean never taking an art class or workshop. As her daughter, Linda Drumm, recalls, being self-taught meant was taking things she … more

Column: Saying it and praying it

By now most of us have heard what happened to the Buffalo Bills safety, Damar Hamlin, during a Monday Night Football game on Jan. 2. Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest after making a tackle against a … more

From the Editor: Love, support and sports

About two weeks ago I was thinking about writing a column about organized sports and our youth. Then, I watched the NFL game between the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals and decided it was a good … more

A musical reflection of 2022

I don’t know about y’all, but I’m extremely glad this year is over. 2022 may well go down as the most challenging of my life, and since we’re still living through the aftershocks of a global … more

Column: New year, new plans, new attitudes

No matter where you are in the world, this week offers us all the opportunity to enter the new year with a new plan and a new attitude. Even if we believe we have the right plan and a great attitude, … more

From the Editor: The good and bad

This month marks the one-year anniversary of me taking over as the south metro editor for Colorado Community Media. These are 11 newspapers spanning over Arapahoe and Douglas counties and, to some … more

Column: Behind every door is opportunity for change

Last week I was speaking with the CEO of one of our customers and he shared with me that although he has been in his role for almost two years, he feels like every door he opens presents itself with … more

From of the Editor: Time for resolutions

It’s that time of year again when the New Year’s resolution topic comes up. What can we do better in 2023? How can we improve ourselves? Should I really have a resolution? I’ve heard a lot of … more

Column: Take part in lifetime learning

At the Douglas County Seniors’ Council Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 2, you’ll be introduced to a program that anyone of a certain age will appreciate. It is called OLLI at DU, Osher Lifelong … more

NYE options for every kind of partier

Celebrating the new year can be a tricky proposition — some people really love going out and doing a big party with lots of folks, music and lights. For others, it’s a quiet night in with a few … more

Go deep sea diving at the DMNS

Despite all the oceanic exploration humans have done over the years, it remains a largely unknown and mysterious place. But visitors to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science’s new exhibit, … more

Column: Lawns require special care in winter

Winter lawn care for a wide variety of turfgrasses slightly differs from that of spring, summer and fall. Your lawn is no longer in the active growing season. In fact, most warm season lawns go dormant around this time. more

Column: The spirit and reality of Santa Claus

Last week I happened to catch an article about our Generation Z population regarding Santa Claus. The Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary defines Generation Z as “The generation of people born in the … more

From the Editor: So much stuff

The true holiday season is here. I say that because one might be confused, since we start seeing stores with holiday decorations everywhere in September these days. It’s one of my pet peeves that I … more

Vail Film Festival brings the world into viewers’ homes

For those who have never attended a film festival, the prospect of navigating all the screenings and events can be a little daunting. Plus, there’s the added challenges of finding time to eat … more

From the Editor: It finally happened - I got COVID

It took nearly three years, but I finally “officially” came down with COVID. Like many, I had plenty of discussions with people saying I might have had it before we knew about COVID. I still … more

Column: Some unspoken words need to be said

One of the more difficult things about the holiday season is something that impacts so many people is grieving the loss of someone who is no longer with us. And for those of us who have lost someone … more

Column: Last chance this year to make a difference

I would bet that everyone likes to help others, and no one likes to pay taxes. Well now is your chance to do both. There are only a few more days left to leave an impact of those in need and reduce … more

‘A Christmas Story’ for everyone at Miners Alley

There are some stories that you can’t even remember when you first encountered them — they just seem to have always been around. For countless families, the immortal film “A Christmas Story” … more

Column: Lighten the load and brighten the mood

She had gone out for a run, and it wasn’t until she was more than a half mile away before she realized that she had left her phone at home. The reason she became aware of the missing phone was … more
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